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The Audi site in Ingolstadt has been growing for years and the area available at the corporate headquarters is limited, which has made expansions in the region necessary. Another focus of investment is therefore the new Audi production facility in Münchsmünster, located about 30 kilometers (18.6 mi) east of Ingolstadt. A competence center is located at the 31-hectare site there for the production of die-cast aluminum structural parts, hot and cold-formed pressed parts and suspension components. Production will be ramped up incrementally. More than 350 people are currently employed there; by 2017 there will be about 900. The entire site covers 48 hectares.

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  • 07/22/15

    Audi production in Münchsmünster is picking up speed

    The new Audi production site in Münchsmünster is approximately 30 kilometers (18.6 mi) east of the main production facility in Ingolstadt. Hot and cold formed pressed parts, high tech chassis components and lightweight aluminum structural components, among others, are being produced here for the new Audi Q7. By 2017, a total of 900 employees will be working at the site and shipping out 26 million parts worldwide annually. The production site in Münchsmünster, the high tech Audi Neuburg complex and the future innovation campus (abbreviated “INCampus”) are making the Audi Ingolstadt site a key force behind growth in Bavaria.
  • 11/18/13

    Audi expands Ingolstadt plant with a new production facility in Münchsmünster

    AUDI AG today opened its new production facility in Münchsmünster. The company is thus consistently expanding its main plant in Ingolstadt. In the Münchsmünster Industrial Park, located approximately 30 kilometers east of the main plant, body parts and suspension components will now be produced with the application of new, innovative technologies. Some 800 Audi employees will work in Münchsmünster with about 250 new jobs being created. The opening ceremony was attended by more than 300 guests. Board of Management Member for Production Dr. Frank Dreves also welcomed the chief administrator of the district of Pfaffenhofen, Martin Wolf, and the Mayor of Münchsmünster, Andreas Meyer.

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