BUCHAREST -- Renault said it will move some production of its Dacia Logan MCV station wagon from Pitesti, Romania, to its plant in Tangiers, Morocco, starting in the first quarter of next year.
"We will take over the production of this model currently made in Romania beginning in the first quarter of 2017," Tangiers plant director Jean-Francois Gal was quoted as saying by French magazine L'Usine Nouvelle on Wednesday.
Renault spokeswoman Celine Furet said only some production of the Logan MCV -- which totaled about 40,000 cars last year -- will move to Tangiers. She said Renault needs to free up capacity in Pitesti to build more Duster SUVs.
The Pitesti plant was running at full capacity and its total output was not expected to decline, Furet added.