The plant of Volkswagen Group Rus

The plant of Volkswagen Group Rus is located in the industrial park Grabtsevo in Kaluga, approximately 170 km southwest of Moscow.

There are the automobile plant of Volkswagen and ŠKODA and the 1.6 MPI engine production (EA211 Series).

Nowadays Volkswagen Tiguan, Volkswagen Polo and ŠKODA RAPID are being produced at the plant in Kaluga, its maximum capacity is 225 000 vehicles per year. Capacity of the new modern engine plant in Kaluga is 150 000 engines per year.

Milestones:

2019

February 15
400,000th 1.6 MPI engine of EA211 series produced since the launch of the engine production
February 20
150,000th ŠKODA RAPID produced in Kaluga

2018

February
Receiving Transformer of the Year award for the best performance indicators among Volkswagen plants in the world
November 8
500,000th Volkswagen Polo produced in Kaluga

2017

March 27
400 000th Volkswagen Polo produced in Kaluga
June 29
Start of new ŠKODA RAPID production in Kaluga
October
10th anniversary of local production in Russia
October 5
200,000th 1.6 MPI engine of EA211 series produced since the launch of the engine production
October 16
100,000th ŠKODA RAPID produced in Kaluga

2016

February 26
1 000 000th vehicle produced
September 23
100,000th 1.6 MPI engine of EA211 series produced
November 21
Full cycle production of the new Volkswagen Tiguan begins. The new body shop was opened

2015

September 4
Launch of the 1.6 MPI engine (EA 211 series) plant

2014

February
Full cycle production of ŠKODA RAPID begins
March 3
Construction of the new body shop

2013

June 6
600,000th vehicle produced since the opening of the plant and 400,000th vehicle produced by a full cycle
November 26
700,000th vehicle produced since the opening of the plant

2012

August 28
Signing of the agreement on the engine plant construction
November 21
500,000th vehicle produced
December 11
Laying the foundation stone in the construction of the engine plant

2011

October 14
300,000th vehicle produced (Volkswagen Polo)

2010

May
Full cycle production of Volkswagen Polo begins
December 8
200,000th vehicle produced

2009

October 20
Start of a full cycle production, including welding and painting factory (Volkswagen Tiguan and ŠKODA Octavia)

2007

November 28
Opening of the plant and launch of the SKD production

2006

October 28
Laying the foundation stone in the construction of the plant
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Suppliers

Together with our components’ suppliers we carry the responsibility for our product highest quality standards. At the same time we are committed to the best price and quality ratio.

Volkswagen Group Rus is highly interested in increasing of localization level and in expanding of the suppliers’ base in Russia in order to reduce the logistics and production costs. Localization level is constantly increasing due to the localization of both components and raw materials production (locally produced steel and some types of plastic).

We cooperate with international partners and also with Russian producers. There is a supplier park in proximity of the plant in the industrial area Grabtsevo, and we provide support to the Government of the Kaluga region in finding the investors and tenants for the technopark. Also we are interested in cooperation with other manufacturers based in Russian Federation.

Volkswagen Group Rus actively invite the suppliers of components for engine production: the production of the cylinder block and the cylinder head is localized by the one of the company’s suppliers in Russia, and the Russian aluminum is used in the manufacturing process. Volkswagen Group Rus is looking for the new suppliers and works to localize the production of additional units and parts for the local engine.

Our procurement team engages in purchasing of the automotive components, raw materials, industrial machinery, producer goods and services. The platform for cooperation and communication with our suppliers: www.vwgroupsupply.com.

Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement describes all the measures taken by the OOO Volkswagen Group Rus in order to avoid any forms of modern slavery and human trafficking.