The Polish company Volkswagen Poznan from the city of Poznan recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. The company was founded on November 26, 1993 by the German auto giant VW and the agricultural equipment manufacturer Polmo. At first, cars of the Volkswagen Transporter T4 family were produced here using the SKD method. The staff was only 48 people.
Skoda cars were also assembled. In 1996, the company received the status of a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG. After extensive modernization from 2001 to 2003. Full-scale production of the Volkswagen Caddy model was mastered.
The next important stage in the history of development was the opening of a new enterprise in the city of Vzheshnya, where the production of the next generation Crafter model and its “brother” MAN TGE was mastered.
Today Volkswagen Poznan has four production sites employing more than 9,500 people. A wide variety of commercial vehicles of the brand are produced here: Caddy, Transporter 6.1, Crafter, as well as California and Grand California campers. Over the entire period, the company has assembled more than 4 million cars.