Locations of new Geely-Volvo facilities

09:17, September 20, 2010      

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Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, the new owner of Volvo, will have three plants in China - in Shanghai's Jiading area, Daqing and Chengdu - to produce Volvo cars, according to Chinese media reports.

Local media quoted a manager at the Chengdu plant as saying that Volvo's SUV models will be made in Chengdu in a 870,000 square meter facility that can produce 300,000 vehicles annually.

Shanghai's Jiading industrial development area will be home to Geely-Volvo's headquarters and its sedan production facility.

The Volvo S60 may be made in Daqing, while the C30 and luxury model V70 will be built in Jiading, according to media reports.

Source:China Daily


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