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TI Automotive to begin production in Trnava as early as August

A new plant belonging to British company TI Automotive is due to launch production of components for the car industry at the industrial park in Trnava in one month, the Slovak branch of Belgian industrial-estate developer Immo Industry Group (IIG) told the TASR newswire on July 10.

A new plant belonging to British company TI Automotive is due to launch production of components for the car industry at the industrial park in Trnava in one month, the Slovak branch of Belgian industrial-estate developer Immo Industry Group (IIG) told the TASR newswire on July 10.

TI Automotive will begin installing technical equipment in the plant on August 4, with production scheduled to begin on August 11. The factory, built on an area covering 1,200 square metres, will create some 50 new jobs.

TI Automotive, whose products are used in nearly half of all cars produced worldwide, will initially produce and supply brake, gear, and cabling bundles for the nearby PSA Peugeot-Citroen plant, later increasing both the number of its products and clients. The entire project, which was realised in only three months, was organised by IIG and its Slovak partner J&T Real Estate. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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