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Volkswagen Slovakia, Bratislava, www.volkswagen.skPSA Peugeot Citroën Slovakia, Trnava, www.psa-slovakia.skKia Motors Slovakia, Teplička nad Váhom, www.kia.skK-1 ENGINEERING, Bratislava, www.k1-styling.skDelphi Slovensko, Senica, www.delphi.comGetrag Ford Transmissions Slovakia, Kechnec,www.getrag.deJohnson Controls Trenčín, www.johnsoncontrols.skMatador Automotive Vráble, www.matador-automotive.skSAS Automotive, Bratislava, www.sas-automotive.skSE Bordnetze – Slovakia, Nitra, www.sebn.skTower Automotive, Malacky, www.towerautomotive.com

Volkswagen Slovakia, Bratislava, www.volkswagen.sk
PSA Peugeot Citroën Slovakia, Trnava, www.psa-slovakia.sk
Kia Motors Slovakia, Teplička nad Váhom, www.kia.sk
K-1 ENGINEERING, Bratislava, www.k1-styling.sk
Delphi Slovensko, Senica, www.delphi.com
Getrag Ford Transmissions Slovakia, Kechnec,www.getrag.de
Johnson Controls Trenčín, www.johnsoncontrols.sk
Matador Automotive Vráble, www.matador-automotive.sk
SAS Automotive, Bratislava, www.sas-automotive.sk
SE Bordnetze – Slovakia, Nitra, www.sebn.sk
Tower Automotive, Malacky, www.towerautomotive.com

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