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Akebono Brake Slovakia s.r.o. Bratislavska 581 911 05 Trencin, Slovakia image
AKUTRADE sro Antolska 55, 969 01 Banska Stiavnica, Slovakia image
AOKI Slovakia s.r.o. Elektrarenska 1748/20, Dubnica nad Vahom, Slovakia image
AU Optronics (Slovakia) s.r.o. Bratislavska 517, 911 05 Trencin, Slovakia image
AVC Rakova, a.s. Rakova 50, 023 51 Rakova, Slovakia image
BAZ-NASKOM as Mly nske Nivy 51, 82105 Bratislav a image
Bollig & Kemper Slovakia, s.r.o. Pluhová 49 Bratislava 83103, Slovakia image
Bourbon Automotive Plastics Nitra s.r.o. Cab 280, 951 24 Cab, Slovakia image
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Apr 22, 2019

On April 17, Opel informed that it is further developing its business strategy in selected European markets to become more agile, flexible and efficient as outlined in the PACE! strategic plan.
In a further step to foster growth, Opel is planning to run the business in the Czech Republic and Slovakia through the highly recognised and successful Emil Frey Group as the local independent import partner.
A corresponding contract has now been signed. Upon the closing of the planned transaction, the Emil Frey Group will become the wholesale importer for above markets by acquiring the Opel business in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The current Opel employees covering the related Opel businesses will be transferred according to the applicable laws (to be communicated separately), latest at the date when the transaction is completed.
This transaction (and the launch of the new business model) is primarily subject to the official antitrust approval of the respective authorities.

Opel Press Release

Apr 08, 2019

On April 4, Groupe PSA informed that four months after the start of production of the new generation of the Peugeot 208, the first ever car with electric motorization e-208 was produced in the Groupe PSA Slovakia car manufacturer in Trnava.
The customer will therefore be able to choose between electric, petrol and diesel as part of the new Peugeot 208 range.
Overall, it is the fifth model of the Trnava plant in less than 13 years since its launch.
The Group's total investment in Slovakia has already exceeded EUR 1 billion.
Serial production began in June 2006 with the Peugeot 207 model.
The second model was the Citroen C3 Picasso.
So far, the fourth model, the Citroen C3, has been produced in Trnava, its third model, the Peugeot 208 and from September 2016, exclusively in Slovakia.

Groupe PSA Press Release

Feb 27, 2019

On February 26, Auria announced opening of its new Vráble, Slovakia manufacturing facility.
The facility will produce automotive flooring systems and fiber-based decorative trim components for Jaguar Land Rover and other premium OEM customers.
he new facility spans more than 92,000 square feet (8,500 square meters) and houses both manufacturing and administrative space. The facility will initially be home to more than 100 employees and will increase to a workforce of 150 with the launch of new business expected over the next two years.
The company invested approximately USD 10 million in the facility to date. The location selection was strategic due to its proximity to OEM customer manufacturing facilities in the growing Eastern European region and the highly skilled, educated workforce in the immediate area.

Auria press release