November 12, 2014

Volvo Car's Daqing plant to become one of the China's most advanced car plants

Volvo Cars underlined its long-term commitment to China by significantly expanding its manufacturing facility in Daqing, China. The company will use its Daqing plant to make the most innovative vehicles in its product range, which are based on its Scalable Product
Architecture (SPA),  a flexible, scalable product architecture that covers most of Volvo's future car models. This move will make Daqing one of the most advanced car making facilities in China.

The existing Daqing plant has around 700 employees and an initial capacity of 80,000 vehicles. The first SPA Volvo to be made in Daqing will be an all-new premium Sedan.

"Daqing will become an integral part of our global industrial footprint," said HÃ¥kan Samuelsson, President & Chief Executive, Volvo Cars. "We are pleased to announce that we are going to introduce SPA and a new sedan here. We are fully committed to the growth of our business in China, our second home market."

Cars made in the Daqing plant will be of global standards. The Daqing plant will fully adhere to Volvo's global Volvo Car Manufacturing System (VCMS), and utilise global technology, global sourcing and provide global quality.


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