The German company Anvis opened a second plant in Satu Mare, thus doubling its production capacity, after having delivered so far about 20 million car parts each year through its division in Romania to major companies such as Renault, Volkswagen and Daimler. The new unit expands the first plant’s capacity to produce anti-vibration components; it’s located in the same place as the first plant, the South Industrial Park in Satu Mare. “The additional capacity meets the needs of our region-based clients. By opening this new plant, we keep developing our business,” Anvis Group Director General Olaf Hahn said, according to a release.
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