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Nissan and Northern Powergrid team on EV MoU

26 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Nissan and Northern Powergrid team on EV MoU UK energy provider, Northern Powergrid and Nissan have inked an (MOU) to look at how electric vehicles (EV), batteries and other technologies can support ... read more


Serbia PM marks Kragujevac Fiat 500L production start

26 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Serbia PM marks Kragujevac Fiat 500L production start Serbia's Prime Minister has attended the ceremony marking production start of the new Fiat 500L in Kragujevac. Belgrade claims the... read more


Gestamp opens Auburn Hills R&D centre

26 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Gestamp opens Auburn Hills R&D centre Gestamp is opening a new R&D centre in Auburn Hills, Michigan today (26 May), housing robotic prototype assembly cells, a laser cell, a durability performanc... read more


Christian Kullmann assumes helm of Evonik

26 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Christian Kullmann assumes helm of Evonik Christian Kullmann has replaced Klaus Engel as CEO after a shareholders meeting in Essen, Germany, which approved a dividend payment of EUR1.15 (US$1.30). ... read more


Steven Armstrong to lead Ford Europe in raft of senior moves

25 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Steven Armstrong to lead Ford Europe in raft of senior moves Ford has unveiled Steven Armstrong as head of its Europe operations following the appointment of Jim Hackett as president and CEO. An... read more


VW targets further reduction in environmental impact of production

25 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

VW targets further reduction in environmental impact of production Volkswagen has set itself new targets for reducing the environmental impact of production. By 2025, the automaker claims v... read more


Mahle completes Nagares acquisition

25 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Mahle completes Nagares acquisition Mahle has completed its takeover of electronics specialist, Nagares announced in March and, following approval by the antitrust authorities, the Spa... read more


Mahindra Electric unveils its next generation EV technology solutions

25 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Mahindra Electric unveils its next generation EV technology solutions Mahindra Electric has unveiled a technology and product roadmap, leading to the next generation of Electric Vehicles, which ... read more


Honda Canada sells 2m Civics since 1973

25 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Honda Canada sells 2m Civics since 1973 Honda Canada says it has now sold two million Civics in the country since the nameplate's introduction in 1973. As the best-selling passenger car in Canad... read more


Visedo and Sisu team on hybrid truck power system

25 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Visedo and Sisu team on hybrid truck power system Finnish companies Visedo and Sisu Auto have teamed to develop a hybrid electric parallel power system for the heavy truck market capable of deliverin... read more


OmniVision unveils new camera image sensors

25 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

OmniVision unveils new camera image sensors OmniVision Technologies has introduced two new image sensors, the OX1A10 and OX2A10, designed for side- and rear-view camera monitoring systems (CMS), resp... read more


French court staves off GM&S market wolves

24 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

French court staves off GM&S market wolves Troubled French supplier, GM&S has been granted a bankruptcy protection lifeline until 23 June as judges have allowed it to continue the search for a ne... read more


GM&S workers hold breath as French State steps in

23 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

GM&S workers hold breath as French State steps in France's Economy Minister has confirmed he asked Renault and PSA Group to increase their orders to ailing supplier, GM&S in a move which could se... read more


Union prepared to blow up booby-trapped factory as talks stumble

19 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Union prepared to blow up booby-trapped factory as talks stumble A union is threatening to blow up the GM&S stamping plant in central France as the clock ticks towards its liquidation next week (... read more


PSA not abandoning GM&S as liquidation deadline looms

18 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

PSA not abandoning GM&S as liquidation deadline looms PSA says it has other suppliers lined up should stamping supplier, GM&S enter liquidation next week after a fraught stand-off which has ... read more


Lectra delivers airbag cutting machines to ZF

17 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Lectra delivers airbag cutting machines to ZF Lectra has delivered two FocusQuantum FT6K machines for multi-ply airbag fabric for ZF TRW Occupant Safety Systems. The new cutting room will expand... read more


Schaeffler Bavaria explosion not auto-related

17 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Schaeffler Bavaria explosion not auto-related Schaeffler says the explosion at its Bavaria rolling components plant which saw four people seriously injured on Monday (15 May), was not automotive-rel... read more


BMW teams with Delphi as autonomous partner

17 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

BMW teams with Delphi as autonomous partner BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye are to work with Delphi as a development partner and system integrator for their autonomous driving platform. The four p... read more


Renault pledges GM&S work as stand-off overshadows Macron first week

16 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Renault pledges GM&S work as stand-off overshadows Macron first week Renault says it will guarantee work for beleaguered stamping supplier, GM&S, but cautions it has alternatives should... read more


GM collaborates with suppliers to improve global rubber supply

16 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

GM collaborates with suppliers to improve global rubber supply General Motors says it is commited to sourcing sustainable natural rubber in its tyres to drive the industry towards net-zero deforestat... read more


Schaeffler Bavaria site 90% working after explosion

15 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Schaeffler Bavaria site 90% working after explosion Schaeffler says 90% of its production lines are operating again following this morning's (15 May) explosion at its bearings factory in Eltmann, Ba... read more


Update - Explosion and injuries at Schaeffler Bavaria plant

15 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Update - Explosion and injuries at Schaeffler Bavaria plant Bavarian Police confirm there were 13 people taken to hospital following this morning's (15 May) explosion at Schaeffler's Eltmann plant in... read more


ZYNP to produce commercial vehicle steel pistons for Kolbenschmidt in China

15 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

ZYNP to produce commercial vehicle steel pistons for Kolbenschmidt in China Rheinmetall Automotive's KS Kolbenschmidt division has signed a licence agreement with supplier, ZYNP to pro... read more


Grammer Group Q1 revenue up 7.5% to EUR458m

15 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Grammer Group Q1 revenue up 7.5% to EUR458m Grammer Group has posted first quarter net profit after tax up 89.2% to EUR14m (US$15.4m), with revenue rising 7.5% to EUR458.0m (US$500m) and an... read more


AEB cautiously welcomes 7% rise in April sales

15 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

AEB cautiously welcomes 7% rise in April sales Russia's Association of European Businesses (AEB) is cautiously welcoming figures showing new passenger cars and LCV sales rose 6.9% last month, but whi... read more


DriveNow launches Helsinki carsharing service

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

DriveNow launches Helsinki carsharing service DriveNow, the carsharing joint venture of the BMW Group and Sixt SE, is bringing its range of services to Helsinki. Starting 24 May, operations... read more


Yokohama Q1 profit up 56% to US$50m

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Yokohama Q1 profit up 56% to US$50m Yokohama has recorded first quarter profit attributable to its parent up 56% to US$50.1m on a 32% increase in operating income to JPY9.1bn and a 14.... read more


RAC/Navya to deploy autonomous vehicle technology in Australia/overseas

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

RAC/Navya to deploy autonomous vehicle technology in Australia/overseas RAC has expanded its partnership with the French-based designer and manufacturer of its Intellibus, Navya, to help facilit... read more


Leoni Supervisory Board appoints new chairman

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Leoni Supervisory Board appoints new chairman Leoni has appointed president and CEO, Klaus Probst as chairman after a vote by shareholders at the company's Annual General Meeting. ... read more


Fastned inks charging deal with Transport for London

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Fastned inks charging deal with Transport for London Charging network company, Fastned has signed a framework agreement with Transport for London to realise rapid charging stations in the Greater Lon... read more


Kongsberg unveils Q1 revenue up 11% to EUR270m

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Kongsberg unveils Q1 revenue up 11% to EUR270m Kongsberg has posted first quarter revenue of EUR270m (US$294m), an increase of EUR27m or 11% compared to the same period last year. Adjusted ... read more


Hella places EUR300m corporate bond on capital market

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Hella places EUR300m corporate bond on capital market Hella has successfully placed a corporate bond of more than EUR300m (US$326m) on the capital market. The bond has a term of seven years ... read more


Haldex appoints Andreas Ekberg as temporary CFO

12 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

Haldex appoints Andreas Ekberg as temporary CFO Haldex has temporarily appointed Andreas Ekberg as CFO, joining the supplier on by 1 June at the latest. Ekberg has previously been CFO of Haldex ... read more


TLV warns "free ticket" if France moves UK border controls to Dover

11 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

TLV warns "free ticket" if France moves UK border controls to Dover Flemish road haulage association, Transport Logistics Vlaanderen (TLV) is warning any reintroduction of the British border at ... read more


FTA cautions "huge delays" if Le Touquet deal axed

10 May 2017 | Simon Warburton

FTA cautions "huge delays" if Le Touquet deal axed Britain's Freight Transport Association (FTA) is warning against the potential "huge impact" for the UK supply chain should France tear up the Le To... read more


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