Nanjing MG to officially re-open British plant
According to the Brummie Post:
The huge car plant at Longbridge is to officially reopen at the end of the month – two years after closing following the collapse of motor giant Rover, it was announced today.
A special ceremony will be held at the Birmingham plant on May 29 to mark the next phase in the re-starting of car production.
New owner Nanjing Automobile Corporation (NAC) is to build TF sports cars at the factory, with models due off the production line later this year.
Pre-production MG TF sports cars will be driven off the newly re-commissioned production line at Longbridge on May 29 as part of the ceremony.
Officials attending the event will include Mr Liang Baohua, Governor of Jiangsu Provincial Government, the home province of NAC.