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Mercedes Adds a Third Shift at Hungary Plant to Boost Compacts’ Production


The German automaker Mercedes-Benz announced it will add a third shift at a manufacturing plant in Hungary to keep up with increased demand for its compact vehicles. Daimler, Mercedes-Benz parent company, said that a third shift will be added in May at its Kecskemet plant. The manufacturing facility builds the CLA four-door coupe and the van-like B-Class and production will continue ...
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