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IAC Group Announces Opening of Romanian Plant - Supplies Parts for Ford

The International Automotive Components Group (IAC) has announced the grand opening of its new plant, in Bals, Romania, in order to supply the local Ford plant, with various interior fittings. Ford’s Romanian plant currently builds the all-new B-Max, as well as the Turneo and Transit Connect, and exports them throughout Europe.
B-Max Center Console 1 photo
The new plant will supply Ford with instrument panels, center consoles, front and rear doors, as well as headliners for the assembly of the two aforementioned models. It employs some 250 workers, and it is IAC’s 27th European production plant, and one the Luxembourg-based company’s 90 such facilities scattered around the world.

The head of the company, James Kamsickas, was quoted as saying: “We are proud to support Ford’s launch of the new Ford B-Max [. . .] This new facility also strategically positions IAC to support other automotive customers in the region.

Story via The Detroit Free Press


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