Krone Dogus builds trailer plant in Turkey

August 2008
Trailer / Body Builders;Aug2008, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the building of a trailer plant by Krone Dogus in Turkey. Bernard Krone, Dr. Jürgen Föhrenbach together with Aclan Acar, chairman of Doôup Otomotiv, formed the Krone Doouþ factory in Turkey. The plant will be open in the fall of 2009 where 10,000 units yearly and investment volume to about $55 million is expected. He stressed that the building of production plant is a strategically important and appropriate step in view of the assumed 40% increase in freight traffic until 2025 in European Union.


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