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3-Rho Interruptores Automotivos Ltda. Rodovia Ivo Silveira, 5520 Bairro Bateas CEP 88352-970 Brusque (SC), Brazil image
AAM do Brasil Ltda. (Araucaria Manufacturing Facility) Avenida dos Nacoes, 2051, Bairro Estacao, Araucaria, 83705-335, Brazil image
AAM do Brasil Ltda. (Sao Paulo Business Office & Engineering Center) Av. dos Nacoes 2051, Estacao, Araucaria, Parana 83706-630, Brasil image
ABC Group do Brasil Ltda Av. Dante Marostica, 581, Distrito Industrial Ii, Araras, Sao Paulo, Cep: 13600-000, Brazil image
Abr Industria e Comercio de Autopecas Ltda. Rua Professor Aprigio Gonzaga, 78 – conjunto 75 São Paulo – SP – CEP 04303-000 São Paulo – Brasil image
Acome do Brasil Ltda Rua Vereador Francóis Abib, 400 - CEP:84500-000 - Irati-PR - Brasil image
Acoplast Industria E Comercio Ltda. Rua Angelo Negri, 95, Parque Industrial Juvenal Leite, 13977-000 / Itapira / Sp, Brazil image
Acumuladores Moura S/A. Rua Edson Mororó Moura, 65, Piedade, Jaboatão dos Guararapes - PE, CEP: 54400-235 Brazil image
Adient Sao Bernardo do Campo Av. Robert Kennedy, 925 Sao Bernardo do Campo SP 09895-003, Brazil image
Adler Pelzer Gravataí BR290 - Km 67, Complexo Ind. Automotivo General Motors, 94198-900, Gravataí, Brazil image
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Oct 15, 2021

On October 8, Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus (VWCO) presented the new Volksbus 10.160 OD minibus developed to meet the challenges of passenger transport and needs of operators amidst the pandemic in partnership with bodybuilders.
The Volksbus 10.160 OD has a 162 hp engine, five-speed ZF S5 420 transmission, and the capacity to transport up to 36 passengers.
VWCO has made possible, in partnership with a network of bus dealers and manufacturers, standardized conversion facilities that speed up the acquisition of the new minibus of the Volksbus family.

(VWCO press release on October 8, 2021)

Oct 15, 2021

On October 11, Plascar, a maker of plastic parts for automobiles, confirmed it is going to set up a factory in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.
The new plant will occupy an area of more than 22,000 square meters and will initially produce car bumpers for OEMs in the Vale do Paraíba region.
With production expected to start in the first half of 2022, Paulo Silvestri, President of Plascar said, “We will start operations with injection machines, an automatic paint booth and bumper assembly and sequencing devices.”
The new plant will be Plascar's fourth factory in Brazil, following units in Jundiaí, Betim and Varginha.
The company's portfolio includes plastic components such as bumpers, door sides, instrument panels, taillights and headlights.
(multiple sources on October 11, 2021)

Oct 14, 2021

On October 7, Volkswagen Caminhoes e Onibus (VWCO) announced the launch of the Volksbus 22.280 ODS.
The Volksbus 22.280 is equipped with pneumatic suspension, a 277 hp MAN D08 engine, and a six-speed ZF transmission.
The bus chassis can carry 22 tons, approximately 115 passengers, and its bodywork can reach 15 meters long.
The Volksbus 22.280 ODS aims to compete with traditional urban buses, reducing operating costs when compared to larger vehicles, such as articulated buses, including the fact that the vehicle consumes less fuel.

(VWCO press release on October 7, 2021)