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Latest Interviews

Q&A with Yazaki North America 25 Jul 2008

Matthew Beecham

Superficially, instruments appear much the same today as they did 30 years ago, but they have changed extensively in that time and they are likely to change even more. Matthew Beecham talked with Dimitri Baudon, product manager, Yazaki North America, Inc about he sees the vehicle instrumentation sector shaping-up.

Q&A with Yazaki North America 12 Feb 2007

Matthew Beecham

As part of our bi-annual review of vehicle cockpits and instrumentation, Matthew Beecham talked to Doug Burcicki, senior manager, marketing and product management, Yazaki North America (YNA), and Dutch Adachi, senior manager, display technology group, electronic and instrumentation business unit, Yazaki North America, about how the company is pushing back the technical boundaries in the vehicle instrumentation arena.

Latest News

China levies big fines on Japanese parts makers 20 Aug 2014

Dave Leggett

China's regulatory authorities have found a group of Japanese automotive parts makers guilty of price fixing and handed out large fines.

Toyota starts copper wiring recycling 7 Apr 2014

Dave Leggett

Toyota has worked with a group of industry partners to define what it claims is a world-first system to retrieve and recycle copper from vehicle wiring harnesses, helping secure a valuable new source of the raw material.

Oz watchdog takes court action over price fixing 22 Oct 2013

Chris Wright

A bearings importer has been hit with a AUS$2m (US$1.9m) fine after admitting inflating the prices of products.

Bridgestone to boost capacity at Vietnam plant 17 Oct 2013

Dave Leggett

Bridgestone Corporation has announced that its subsidiary in Vietnam, Bridgestone Tire Manufacturing Vietnam Limited Liability Company(BTMV) has decided to increase production capacity at the company's new passenger car radial tyres (PSR) plant currently under construction in Hai Phong City, Vietnam.

EC fines wire harness cartel operators EUR142m 10 Jul 2013

Simon Warburton

European Commission (EC) authorities have fined four major automotive component producers a total of EUR141.8m (US$182m) for operating wire harness cartels to Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Renault.

Company research

Global Automotive Wiring Harness Market 2012-2016

Global Automotive Wiring Harness Market 2012-2016

TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Automotive Wiring Harness market to grow at a CAGR of 11.09 percent over the period 2012-2016. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the...

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Global light vehicle instrumentation and cockpits market- forecasts to 2029

Global light vehicle instrumentation and cockpits market- fo

This QUBE report from just-auto provides a comprehensive overview of the global cockpits and instrumentation sector, major suppliers, top 14 markets, technology trends and market size forecasts. Use t...

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Global Automotive Connectors Market 2015-2019

Global Automotive Connectors Market 2015-2019

A connector is an electro-mechanical component used for connecting electrical circuits. Connectors are used in the production of vehicles and automotive components, defense vehicles, marine equipment,...

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