Opel Wien

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Opel Wien GmbH
Type GmbH
Industry
  • Manufacturing
Founded 1982
Headquarters Aspern, Austria
Key people Michael Lewald, Chairman
Products
Owner(s) General Motors Company[1]
Employees 1,500
Website www.opel-wien.at (German)

Opel Wien GmbH[2] (formerly GM Powertrain Austria GmbH) is an Austrian manufacturing company based in Vienna/Aspern, Austria and a subsidiary of General Motors.

History[edit]

The Austrian Chancellor Dr. Bruno Kreisky and GM Austria Chairman Helmuth Schimpf signed a contract to build an engine plant in Vienna/Aspern on 23 August1979. The investment amounted to over 9,8 billion Schilling.

Products[edit]

Opel Wien GmbH produces engines and transmissions for Opel/Vauxhall.

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