Volkswagen Poznań, a Polish unit of the German car maker, has launched regular production of VW electric Crafter model at its Września plant, western Poland, the company announced.
The dramatic increase in demand for Polish bikes both at home and abroad has been described by industry insiders as record-breaking with demand now at a four-year-high.
Poland might benefit from a change in trade routes after the coronavirus pandemic, according to experts from the Polish Economic Institute (PIE) who believe the country might gain over USD 8 bln annually through production being moved from China.
Poland's passenger car output fell by 91.9 percent year on year in May 2020, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Wednesday.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has annouced that production at its factory in Tychy, southern Poland, will resume on June 16.
Poland's passenger car output fell by unprecedented 99 percent year on year in April 2020, the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reported on Tuesday.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland will restart its plants in south-western Poland on May 4. Both plants have been closed owing to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
Volkswagen Poznań, a Polish unit of the German car maker, is gradually reinstating manufacturing after a five-week break caused by the coronavirus threat, the company's spokesperson, Patrycja Kasprzyk said on Monday.
Volkswagen Poznan, a Polish unit of the German car maker, will gradually reinstate manufacturing from April 27, after a five-week break caused by the coronavirus threat, the company said in a news release on Thursday.
Poland's working-day adjusted industrial production rose by 3.6 percent year on year in February 2020, after growing by 3.4 percent year on year in January 2020, the European Union's statistics office, Eurostat, reported on Thursday.