Retailing & distribution: Latest news and analysis articles
As winter starts to really take hold in Russia – both climatically through the advent of the first real cold of this time of year – and equa...
Having seen the enormous and ongoing success of the Qashqai in European markets, Renault has at last entered the segment which was more or l...
DS is PSA’s luxury brand, Citroen a quirky-mainstream marque, leaving Peugeot to be an alternative to Volkswagen. That’s the theory. Where d...
It has no rich parent; no manufacturing plant in Europe; sells no hybrids, EVs or PHEVs. Plus, a new roadster has just been added to the mod...
SsangYong has operated in Europe for a long time, but suddenly, sales have been surging - beyond 100% YoY in most countries. And that's not just due to the addition of the hot-selling Tivoli B-crossover. Steve Gray, the company's UK head of Marketing, tells just-auto what's ahead for the rest of the decade.
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.
General Motors, soon after agreeing to a new union contract that is expected to drive up its US labour costs, reportedly plans to become the first major automaker to sell Chinese-made cars in the US.
Porsche Cars Canada has broken ground on the site that will host a new Toronto dealership and the future corporate headquarters for the brand in Canada. The site on the northeast corner of highways 401 and 404 will provide high visibility on a transport corridor where approximately 600,000 vehicles pass daily.
Volkswagen of America is offering US$500 in cash and $500 in VW dealer credit to owners of its diesel cars, a first step in compensating them in the wake of a global emissions-test cheating scandal.
President Vladimir Putin is urging Russian suppliers and automakers to take advantage of the present rouble depreciation as the current wave of international sanctions shows no sign of easing.
Britain's Road Haulage Association (RHA) is warning supply chain disruption is still widespread as the migrant crisis at the Port of Calais is now seeing a reported 7,000 refugees attempting to cross the English Channel.
Volvo Cars says its decision to build a plant in Charleston, South Carolina sends a strong signal to the US of its serious intentions to regain market share in the country and taps into the State's existing supplier footprint.
As one who has worked 'down in parts' in a previous life I have not a little sympathy for the warehouse and counter men and women at Hyundai Motor Company Australia's spare parts operation.
What to do with an old vehicle plant site once last units have been shipped and the buildings bowled?
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