Škoda Auto opens €8m testing facility in Mladá Boleslav

Škoda Auto opens €8m testing facility in Mladá Boleslav

Published at: 2018-01-10 09:48 | Author: CIJ Journal
Škoda Auto just its factory in Mladá Boleslav to include testing facilities for transmissions. The new facility, which cost the automobile manufacturer around €8.2m, feature technologically advanced robots and machines that will be able to test automobile transmissions non-stop, including procedures in which they simulate typical drivers. "By expanding the Motor Center, Škoda Auto acquires a higher technological competence and takes on more responsibility with development within the Volkswagen corporation," said Christian Strube, a member of the board at Škoda Auto. Škoda produces about 48,00 transmissions a day for several VW car brands.

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