Volkswagen's Bratislava plant named the brand's best factory for the second year in a row

The award was given based on four areas: effectivity, quality, environmental protection and the satisfaction of employees.

Carmakers in Slovakia have to halt car production due to a lack of microchips, too.Carmakers in Slovakia have to halt car production due to a lack of microchips, too. (Source: Courtesy of Volkswagen)

The Volkswagen factory in Bratislava was awarded the Transformer of the Year prize for the second year in a row. The prize is given to the Volkswagen factory that made the most progress in increasing the efficiency of the brand in the last year.

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The Bratislava factory, which produces five brands, beat out 15 other Volkswagen plants. The award was given out based on the following criteria: effectivity, quality, environmental protection and the satisfaction of employees. Added to this was the successful deployment of ten key projects in the strategic areas of production and logistics.

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