The Slovenia Times

Japan Quake Shook Revoz Production


"Considering the circumstances in which we were forced to operate, last year was successful," Bratož said at Brdo pri Kranju. He could however not talk about 2011 business results before they are released in February.

The management expects the 2012 operations to depend on the success of the new twingo model and the situation on the European markets, especially in France, the Netherlands and Italy - the countries to which Revoz exports the majority of its cars.

The company hopes to keep the number of cars in 2012 close to that from 2011, despite expectations that demand on the European markets will continue to shrink.

Revoz currently employs 2,400 people, producing 780 cars a day working in two and a half shifts. The night shift in which 300 workers do four hours of work a night is to be abolished in 2012, according to Bratož, who added that the number of workers would be cut accordingly.


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