Audi Q3 production will lead to the creation of 700 new jobs in Spain

by Alex

Production of the Q3 SUV by Volkswagen AG would begin at its Martorell plant near to Barcelona. This would create about 700 new job opportunities and Volkswagen is doing this work for its sister brand the Audi.

An agreement has been signed between Catalan government’s Department of Business and Employment and Seat wherein Seat would train new workers to build the Q3.

1,200 people would be trained in this process and final job created for 700 individuals. Later this year the workers would be employed into the company pay rolls.

There is a guarantee of 1,500 jobs at Seat and out of this a total of 700 would be new posts altogether.

Audi have mentioned that the investment would be for an amount of 300 million euros ($425 million) to ensure the plant is capable of reaching its target capacity of 100,000 Q3s a year.

Source: autonews

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1 comment

Dan Perrotta April 1, 2011 - 8:42 am

its a good idea, would be a hot seller a Q3…the styling c’mon. it looks too tuff to be the baby in the line up. i say do a re-design because its a good idea but this piture isn’t good. looks like outdated tail lights from audi and a plastic roof…the thing i love most and wish every single car company did is pillarless windows.


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