The production activity of Dacia will be temporarily interrupted in the days of 30-31 October and 13-14 November 2008, as they need to adapt their production to the commercial demand.
Only the vehicle assembly is affected, as cars will continue to be sent to dealers and parts will still be made.
Dacia’s daily production is 1350 cars, so the interruption days will reduce this production this year by 5000 units. The move isn’t exactly a surprise, as Renault announced the same thing a few days ago.
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