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GOLDING’S TAKE: Volume or profit? Can Vauxhall and Opel magic up both?

6 Mar 2013 | Rob Golding

General Motors Europe has changed leadership and the leadership has changed strategy.

INTERVIEW: Nexteer on the earthquake and Saab

8 Jul 2011 | Simon Warburton

Nexteer held an electric power steering technology day this week at its Polish plant of Tychy near Krakow. Simon Warburton caught up with Nexteer VP of global sales and marketing and European region, Laurent Bresson, in the second interview he gave to just-auto, with his thoughts on the Japanese earthquake and difficulties at Saab.

INTERVIEW: Nexteer's European chief Laurent Bresson

6 Jul 2011 | Simon Warburton

Nexteer Automotive was taken over by Chinese company PCM late last year, a move the Michigan operation described as the “single largest Chinese investment in the global automotive supplier industry.” Ahead of the US manufacturer's electric power steering technology day in Poland, Nexteer VP of global sales and marketing and European region, Laurent Bresson, talked to Simon Warburton in Krakow.

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Country ‘n’ Eastern – Chevrolet hits the right notes

10 Jun 2008 | Mark Bursa

There was a good deal of skepticism when GM rebranded Daewoo as Chevrolet, but the formula works – even the country music, Chevrolet Europe chief Wayne Brannon tells Mark Bursa

FEATURE: POLAND: Chevrolet looks east for European growth

30 May 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

With annual sales topping 4.5m units in 2007 Chevrolet is by far GM’s biggest selling brand. A hefty 2.4m units of that total were chalked up in the US market alone. But Chevrolet is, in a sense, two brands within a brand and while there is some overlap, the Chevrolet product proposition in North America is very different to that elsewhere.

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Harman opens new office in Poland

9 Nov 2018 | Simon Warburton

Harman has opened a new office facility in Lodz, Poland, with 350 engineers developing automotive solutions including the company’s summit car audio platform, Ignite platform, OTA software management and maps services.

Toyota starts making hybrid transaxles in Poland

31 Oct 2018 | Dave Leggett

Toyota has started production of hybrid electric transaxles at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland’s Walbrzych (TMMP) plant. It is the first time this core component of Toyota’s hybrid electric powertrains has been manufactured outside Asia.

Toyota sells 2m hybrids in Europe

18 Sep 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Toyota has delivered its two millionth hybrid electric vehicle in Europe nominating the milestone car a C-HR Hybrid crossover sold in Warsaw, Poland.

Daimler completes construction of Polish engine plant

22 Jun 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Daimler's Mercedes-Benz Cars said it had almost completed construction work on a new engine plant in Jawor, Poland, with the basic structure of the new factory in place.

Mercedes-Benz secures 86-strong bus order from Poland

29 May 2018 | Simon Warburton

Mercedes-Benz city is to provide 56 Citaro and 30 Citaro hybrid buses to Poland's second-largest public transport authority in Krakow.

Nexteer works with OEMs on steer-by-wire technology

12 Mar 2018 | Simon Warburton

Nexteer says it is evaluating its steer-by-wire (SbW) system with unnamed OEMs as it moves to a production date for the technology by 2022/23.

Wages not only pull for Nexteer as Visegrad 4 boom

12 Mar 2018 | Simon Warburton

Nexteer says simply bowing to surging wage inflation across Central Europe is not the only way to address severe labour challenges currently besetting the region.

ZF builds new Poland camera plant creating 300 jobs

12 Jan 2018 | Simon Warburton

ZF is expanding its footprint in Poland by building a new plant in Czestochowa to manufacture cameras for driver assist systems.

BASF expands Poland Sroda Slaska site

12 Dec 2017 | Simon Warburton

BASF is expanding its mobile emissions catalysts production site in Sroda Slaska, Poland.

No need for Poland interiors site incentive - IAC

31 Oct 2017 | Simon Warburton

International Automotive Components (IAC) says it did not receive financial incentives to locate its new tailored interiors site in Opole, Western Poland.

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