Commercial vehicles: Latest news and analysis articles
Volvo Trucks North America’s decision to cut the workforce at its Virginia truck plant by around 25% in February 2016, is likely to send shi...
Volkswagen's diesel issues and some wider ramifications continued to make the news this week....
Our updates of the auto situation in Tianjin, following the massive explosions in the Chinese port city, have attracted a lot of reader inte...
Just as in Europe, India or the USA, looking at China as one market doesn't give you the full picture. Differences across geographical areas...
At the 2015 IAA, we caught up with Ford of Britain’s newly-appointed chairman and managing director Andy Barratt. Prior to taking up his new role he had served as Ford of Britain’s director of sales since 2011.
Ford's UK fleet director Phil Hollins is responsible for UK market leader Ford's fleet sales. Dave Leggett recently caught up with him at a launch event for the new Transit Connect.
China’s Jianghuai Automobile Company (JAC), based in Anhui province, plans to build a US$128m assembly plant in Algeria.
UK Road Haulage Association (RHA) claims the area around Calais is becoming a "war zone" as it warns drivers not to stop within 100 miles of the key northern France port.
Ford is to add 2017 F-Series Super Duty chassis cab production at its Ohio Assembly Plant, supplementing output in Kentucky.
Renault group LCV sales in 2015 rose 12.4% year on year to 387,000 units, despite a 6.3% dip in the total market, North America excluded. Its share of the global LCV market was 3.76%, an improvement of 0.63 points over 2014.
Forecasts for the 2016 Brazilian domestic market (both light and heavy vehicles) are discouraging. In a year in which the domestic auto industry will have been established 60 years, all data, regardless of source, remains negative.
Daimler and IKCO have inked a memorandum of cooperation to produce three diesel truck engines in Iran, following the recent lifting of sanctions.
We have just launched our first readership survey in two years.
Mercedes-Benz has wasted no time in basking in Germany's reflected glory of winning the World Cup on Sunday night and becoming the first side since reunification to lift the golden trophy.
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