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Opel Might Manufacture Next-Gen Zafira at PSA Sochaux Plant in France


Les Echos newspaper reported today that Opel plans to manufacture the new Zafira minivan at Peugeot's Sochaux plant located in France. The Zafira minivan is currently manufactured at Peugeot's Bochum plant in Germany, which is to be closed by the end of 2014. The newspaper said that the production at the Sochaux plant is part of a deal signed between Opel ...
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Opel Moves Zafira Production to the Ruesselsheim plant
Opel announced it will transfer production of the Zafira model to Ruesselsheim in Germany, as it plans to close the Bochum plant. "This will make Ruesselsheim the site to exclusively build ...
Opel Rejects the Idea of Second Vote for Bochum Workers on Restructuring Deal
Opel will not offer its Bochum plant workers another vote on its proposed restructuring agreement. Bob King, the head of UAW union, has suggested in a recent interview that Bochum plant ...
UAW Head Advises Bochum Workers to Vote Again on the Restructuring Deal
Bob King, the head of UAW union, advises Opel’s Bochum workers to accept the agreement they had previously rejected if they want to keep their jobs. Bob King, who is also ...
Opel Confirms Bochum Plant Will Be Closed at the End of 2014
GM’s Opel executives decided today that the Bochum plant will be closed at the end of 2014, the first German facility to be closed since World War II. Opel announced today ...
Opel Executives Meet to Approve Bochum Plant Closure
GM’s Opel executives meet today, April 17th, to approve the closure of the Bochum plant, the first German factory to be closed in decades. After months of tough negotiations the automaker ...
GM and Opel Heads to Meet Chancellor Angela Merkel Next Week
GM CEO Dan Akerson and Opel head will meet Chancellor Angela Merkel on April 11th, along with the automaker’s board members. GM CEO Dan Akerson and Opel's chief executive Karl-Thomas Neumann ...
Opel Union Wants Negotiations With GM After Rejecting Deal
Opel union leaders try to convince GM to begin new negotiations for the future of the Bochum plant in Germany after workers rejected the restructuring plan. After 76% of the union ...
Bochum Workers Reject GM Deal
GM’s Bochum plant workers rejected the automaker’s restructuring plan, which means that the facility will be closed at the end of 2014. Yesterday, March 21st, workers at Bochum plant, Germany, had ...
Bochum Workers to Vote GM’s Restructuring Plan
Today, March 21st, workers at Bochum plant, Germany, will vote on Opel’s restructuring plan aimed at cutting costs. Since 1999, GM has lost $18 billion in Europe and agreed to continue ...

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