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Porsche: 500 Million Euro for Leipzig & Macan

by | Jun 5, 2012 | New Models, Porsche News

What’s the biggest building project in the history of Porsche? Stuttgart central? The Porsche Museum? The Weissach test facility? Wrong, wrong, wrong. The answer is the line for new Macan at Porsche’s Leipzig plant. Says Porsche:

Leipzig is gearing up for production of the new Porsche Macan. For more than seven months, architects and building experts have been working flat out on expanding the production site. It is the biggest building project in the history of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, which is investing a total of 500 million euro in the construction of a body assembly line and a paint shop.

Home of Cayenne and Panamera, Leipzig was recently showcased on the Porsche stand at AMI Lepizig. Porsche promoted “interesting details on every facet of car manufacturing and the visitor experience programmes, as well as the latest job offers and information on the plant expansion”.

Once Leipzig’s new paint shop and body assembly line for production of the Macan go live, Porsche expects 1,000 new jobs to be created in the medium term. If you’ve got a CV to send them, wake up and do it.

Here are the contact details for all the Porsche subsidiaries. If you want to work for Porsche, get on with it. They’re hiring!


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