Service suppliers/supply chain: Latest news and analysis articles
As I write this, the world could be just hours away from witnessing the end to one of its most extraordinary and long-running geopolitical s...
The year 2015 will probably go down in the annals of automotive industry history for Volkswagen’s jaw-dropping emissions cheating scandal. B...
Not unsurprisingly, given just-auto's audience, news from the supplier sector generated the most interest from readers this week. Topping th...
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...
GKN Driveline’s new CEO, Phil Swash, talked with just-auto’s Calum MacRae to discuss the challenges of maintaining leadership in the AWD business and the potential opportunities the VW scandal presents to the automotive industry. Here’s the second part of that interview.
GKN Driveline’s new CEO, Phil Swash, talked with just-auto’s Calum MacRae to discuss the challenges of maintaining leadership in the AWD business and the potential opportunities the VW scandal presents to the automotive industry. Here’s the first part of that interview.
AvtoVAZ is insisting its "anti-crisis measures" will see it through the current extremely challenging economic storm battering Russia as the Togliatti automaker announced a 2015 operating loss of RUB24.7bn (US$311m) compared to RUB10bn in 2014.
Faurecia has recorded annual sales increasing 9.9% to EUR20.7bn (US$11.2bn), with operating income of EUR913m, up 35%.
PSA Peugeot Citroen is staying tight-lipped on an extraordinary statement issued by Iranian partner, IKCO in which the Tehran-based automaker makes a startling series of claims with regards to 'compensation.'
Scandinavian automotive supplier association, FKG, insists it is "realistic" to attract further carmakers to Sweden, citing its highly developed component base and the success of the UK in establishing itself as a powerful base for overseas manufacturers.
Wabco says it has acquired the business of Trans-Safety Locks, a security solutions provider for the transportation industry in Europe.
Scandinavian automotive supplier association, FKG has started its South Carolina Go Global initiative with visits to US component manufacturers, infrastructure providers and OEMs.
To the backdrop of bright autumnal sunshine - not to mention a certain German automaker's woes - this year's recent FKG Suppliers Forum in Gothenburg fused a heady mixture of knowledge exchange and networking.
New UK Bosch president, Steffen Hoffmann has only been in post a couple of months, but has clearly already moving in some very exalted circles indeed.
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