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Goodyear announces Mercury production process for small run premium tyres

12 Sep 2017 | Graeme Roberts

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company plans a new factory in Luxembourg which uses a new production process to make premium tyres.

IAC/Shenda join to supply soft trim/acoustics products globally

22 Dec 2016 | Simon Warburton

International Automotive Components (IAC) and Shanghai Shenda (Shenda) have inked a definitive agreement to form a global joint venture partnership to supply soft trim and acoustics products to OEMs.

LUXEMBOURG: Glass Group Europe opens new headquarters

7 Jul 2015 | Simon Warburton

Guardian Industries' Glass Group in Europe, has opened a new headquarters in Bertrange, Luxembourg, with around 120 personnel relocating from their current offices at the company's production site in Dudelange.

LUXEMBOURG: IEE finalises All Circuits acquisition

7 Jul 2015 | Simon Warburton

Luxembourg-based sensing specialist IEE says it has finalised the acquisition of All Circuits, an electronics manufacturing service company with with plants in Europe and North Africa.

LUXEMBOURG: IAC opens new headquarters in Luxembourg

8 Oct 2014 | Simon Warburton

International Automotive Components (IAC) has opened the company's new global headquarters in Luxembourg.

LUXEMBOURG: VW loses GTI/GTi spat with Suzuki

21 Mar 2012 | Graeme Roberts

Volkswagen has lost a dispute with Suzuki over the famed GTI badge made famous since the early 1970s by its Golf model line.

LUXEMBOURG: EIB would "welcome" any Saab move to pay off loan

2 Aug 2011 | Simon Warburton

Any plans by Saab to pay off its loan with the European Investment Bank (EIB) would be "welcome" says the Luxembourg-based financial operation.

LUXEMBOURG: Genii abandons Saab bid

26 Jan 2010 | Graeme Roberts

Genii Capital has withdrawn from from bidding for General Motors' Saab unit saying last night "that the timing of the bidding process for Saab is incompatible with implementing a solid business platform for the future."

[UPDATED 15:11 GMT] LUXEMBOURG/SWEDEN: Saab attracts surprise new bids

8 Jan 2010 | Graeme Roberts

A surprise new player last night announced a bid for Saab in partnership with Formula One racing supremo Bernie Ecclestone, prompting the General Motors board to add at least a day to its deadline. And a new Swedish group also emerged as a prospective buyer. GM also said today that it has appointed a firm to supervise the Saab wind-down.

LUXEMBOURG: Investor confirms Renault F1 interest

10 Dec 2009 | editorial team

Luxembourg-based investor Gerard Lopez has confirmed he is keen to take over the Renault Formula One team, whose future will be decided in Paris on Thursday.

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