Service suppliers/supply chain: Latest news and analysis articles
Vehicle manufacturer purchasing managers have described the challenges facing the UK supply chain and frustrations they face in dealing with...
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UK-based emergency logistics specialist, Evolution Time Critical recently introduced a bespoke transport management system, recruited staff and generated a 19 percent increase in revenues. Matthew Beecham spoke to Brad Brennan, managing director of ETC to find out more.
The Bosch Connected World event in Berlin is an industry invitation-only gathering. It’s fast-becoming a sought-after Internet of Things (IoT) prediction machine and this year’s proved no different with the announcement of Bosch’s IoT private cloud solution. Kit Fordson spoke with Dr Rainer Kallenbach, the Chairman of the Executive Board of Bosch Software Innovations, to get more insight.
ZF TRW says failure rates of certain technologies could reach one in a hundred million as industry and consumers look to ensure the safety of ever-rising vehicle content.
Faurecia has unveiled half year operating income up 28% to EUR490m (US$539m), representing 5.1% of total sales.
Gentex has posted Q2 net sales of US$424m, up 12%, largely driven by a 13% quarter to quarter increase in auto-dimming mirror unit shipments as well as overall light vehicle production rises.
Valeo has posted half year net income up 23% to EUR422m (US$463m), with sales up 11% to EUR8.1bn for the first six months.
ZF TRW says one of its key issues affecting the extra technology now prevalent on new vehicles is heat as ever-greater performance creates its own set of challenges.
ZF TRW insists the former mantra adopted by its newly-acquired US supplier of 'affordable safety' continues to drive its business strategy.
ZF says it sees a "huge increase" in sensor fitment rates as demand for driver assistance systems starts to ramp up.
Visteon has completed the acquisition of AllGo Embedded Systems, an India-based supplier of multimedia and smartphone connectivity software solutions to the global automotive industry.
Constellium is to open a new manufacturing facility in Mexico to produce aluminium automotive structural components.
America's component manufacturing body says it expects lower revenue for its members following the UK's shock decision to leave the European Union (EU).
ZF says it respects the move by the UK to leave the European Union as a "sovereign decision."
Continental has presented its Supplier of the Year Awards to 13 component producers at a ceremony in Dresden, Germany for its three divisions of Chassis & Safety, Powertrain and Interior.
ZF Friedrichshafen has confirmed the extension of CEO, Stefan Sommer's contract for another five years.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) has inked a deal to acquire 70% of Lfoundry for EUR49m (US$54m).
Knorr-Bremse is to purchase the on-highway CVS transmission components business from Bosch in Japan, with around 120 employees transferring.
GKN Driveline has appointed Markus Schermann as senior director of product technology within its eDrive business.
Inteva Products is expanding its global manufacturing capabilities with a new 300,000-square-foot facility in Guanajuato, Silao, Mexico.
Leoni has secured two follow-up orders from PSA Groupe with a total lifetime sales volume of EUR500m (US$555m).
Maxion Wheels has opened a new light vehicle aluminium wheel plant in Limeira, São Paulo, Brazil.
European supplier body, CLEPA, says it is "shocked" by the UK's decision to split with Brussels after last week's (23 June) referendum, which saw Britain vote to leave the 28-State strong organisation.
So another St Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) has flashed by in its usual white blur of back-to-back press conferences and some of the highest level networking I've ever seen.
Russia or more specifically, St Petersburg, is hosting its 16th International Economic Forum here in its mighty second city and it's a continued show of defiance against a West, which is equally stubborn in its insistence of maintaining a frosty disapproval of The Kremlin's Crimea and possibly Eastern Ukraine involvement
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