Aftermarket: Latest news and analysis articles
There are 15 vacant desks at General Motors in the US today - the latest development in the debacle that saw a faulty ignition switch design...
Europe remains world's largest aftermarket according to data from research firm Frost & Sullivan. It's a big industry accounting for around...
A dispute in France caught the eye last week. A couple of unfortunate Goodyear executives found themselves at the sharp end of an industrial...
Well, it's been a very short working week - just two days in fact - but the new year has already given us auto industry talking points. As e...
Federal-Mogul’s Vehicle Components division was recently renamed Federal-Mogul Motorparts. This business manufactures vehicle braking, chassis, sealing and other service parts. Here, Matthew Beecham spoke to Daniel Ninivaggi, CEO, Federal-Mogul Motorparts.
The launch of the new Jeep Renegade opens up a whole new showcase of parts and accessories for MOPAR, the long established aftersales arm of Chrysler.
India's finance ministry has turned down automobile makers' demand for cut in import duty on motor vehicle parts.
Volkswagen of America has announced providers of charging services for e-Golf models, the first zero-tailpipe emissions electric vehicle to be sold by Volkswagen in the US market.
MG Rover may have gone bust in 2005 but its 'original' spare parts operation, XPart, established in 2001, is still going strong. It recently moved operations from Desford to Hinckley Commercial Estate.
China Yuchai International main operating subsidiary, Guangxi Yuchai Machinery will use equity transfer to restructure ownership of its joint venture - Yuchai Remanufacturing Services (Suzhou), taking control of a company previously owned 49% by Caterpillar (China) Investment.
Kumho Tyre has resumed its plan, which had been suspended for six years, to build a production plant in the US, according to the Yonhap news agency.
Bosch has begun operations at its new EUR10m car parts plant in Indonesia as part of a more sustained wave of expansion into south-east Asia’s automotive sector.
Well, it is maybe not an innovation for people to be all that pleased about.
If you live there you are probably up to your armpits in the white stuff, frozen solid, with the power off and the heating oil bill up 50%. If not, you might have heard that the midwest and northeast US, and even points far further south than they should be, have had wave after wave of snow and ice storms.
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