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FCA launches in-car commerce platform

25 June 2019 | Graeme Roberts

FCA launches in-car commerce platform Graeme Roberts FCA in the US is launching Uconnect Market, a new platform that allows car occupants to make on demand reservations and to purchase products and s... read more


Beware "cultural imperialism" in China - ex-Hyundai India chief

10 August 2016 | Simon Warburton

Beware "cultural imperialism" in China - ex-Hyundai India chief Simon Warburton Overseas companies should be wary of establishing "cultural imperialism" in China says one prominent ex-auto CEO, as th... read more


BRAZIL: Fiat draws suppliers to new northeast plant

29 April 2014 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Fiat draws suppliers to new northeast plant Fernando Calmon Committed to spend BRL2bn (US$900m), 11 suppliers have signed contracts with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to build 16 factories ... read more


GENEVA PREVIEW: Qoros to show first production car

15 February 2013 | Dave Leggett

GENEVA PREVIEW: Qoros to show first production car Dave Leggett Qoros, the new China-based luxury car brand involving Chery, is to show its first series production car at the Geneva Motor Show. Th... read more


UK: Lear opening seat plant to supply Jaguar

10 December 2012 | Graeme Roberts

UK: Lear opening seat plant to supply Jaguar Graeme Roberts Lear Corporation will open a new just-in-time factory in England's West Midlands, adding 60 jobs to supply F-type seats to Tata Motors' Jag... read more


US: Lear completes acquisition of Guilford Mills

1 June 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Lear completes acquisition of Guilford Mills just-auto plus Extended News Lear Corporation, a leading global supplier of automotive seating and electrical power management systems, has completed ... read more


US: Lear completes buy of Guilford Mills

1 June 2012 | Graeme Roberts

US: Lear completes buy of Guilford Mills Graeme Roberts Seating specialist Lear Corporation has completed its purchase of automotive and specialty fabrics maker Guilford Mills for US$257m. "The ac... read more


US: Lear signs agreement to acquire Guilford Mills, a global leader in automotive and specialty fabrics, from Cerberus

23 April 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Lear signs agreement to acquire Guilford Mills, a global leader in automotive and specialty fabrics, from Cerberus just-auto plus Extended News Lear Corporation, a leading global supplier of auto... read more


US: IAC appoints James Kamsickas as new Global Chief Executive Officer

30 March 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: IAC appoints James Kamsickas as new Global Chief Executive Officer just-auto plus Extended News International Automotive Components (IAC) has appointed James Kamsickas as Chief Executive Officer ... read more


NEW DELHI SHOW: Brummie Bolt showcases Birmingham suppliers

4 January 2012 | Graeme Roberts

NEW DELHI SHOW: Brummie Bolt showcases Birmingham suppliers Graeme Roberts A concept car dubbed the Birmingham Bolt - because the technical expertise and componentry it uses were sourced almost ent... read more


US: American Axle eyes up to $108m from stock offer

8 December 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: American Axle eyes up to $108m from stock offer just-auto.com editorial team American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings (AAM) hopes to raise up to $US108m from a public offering of 14m shares of ... read more


UK: Chinese and European suppliers may win in global shake-out

24 August 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

UK: Chinese and European suppliers may win in global shake-out just-auto.com editorial team A shake out in the automotive supplier industry caused by the economic crisis will lead to good news for so... read more


CANADA: Union deal reopens parts plant, restores jobs

22 July 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

CANADA: Union deal reopens parts plant, restores jobs just-auto.com editorial team Canadian Auto Workers members have reached new collective agreements with Lear Seating for Kitchener and Ajax, Ontar... read more


US: Battered suppliers first GM challenge

10 July 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Battered suppliers first GM challenge just-auto.com editorial team General Motors' first post-bankruptcy challenge will be dealing with a battered supplier base including companies that are eithe... read more


US: AAM amends credit deal as investors fret

8 July 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: AAM amends credit deal as investors fret just-auto.com editorial team American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings has amended a credit agreement but its shares fell over 30% as investors worried a... read more


US: Lear set for Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing

2 July 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Lear set for Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing just-auto.com editorial team Vehicle seat specialist Lear is to become the latest US components company to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as the "fastest... read more


US: Partsmakers get a boost (terms & conditions apply)

20 March 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Partsmakers get a boost (terms & conditions apply) just-auto.com editorial team The US treasury has announced a US$5bn aid programme for struggling components suppliers, leading to speculation th... read more


US: Visteon expects 'going concern' notice

17 March 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Visteon expects 'going concern' notice just-auto.com editorial team Visteon believes its auditors will express doubt about the parts maker's viability as a going concern when they sign off the 20... read more


US: Suppliers beg for fed liquidity aid

5 February 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Suppliers beg for fed liquidity aid just-auto.com editorial team US auto industry suppliers are asking for US$25.5bn in federal government aid as falling sales and production cuts push more towar... read more


US: Lear lowers outlook on NA production cuts

22 September 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Lear lowers outlook on NA production cuts just-auto.com editorial team Production cuts in North America by GM, Ford and Chrysler will result in a reduction in Lear’s 2006 net sales of around $US3... read more


USA: Collins and Aikman wins Chrysler interiors contract

6 December 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

USA: Collins and Aikman wins Chrysler interiors contract just-auto.com editorial team Collins & Aikman Corporation may be in bankruptcy protection in the US and selling off its European busine... read more


USA: Parts price spat threatens Chrysler plants

2 December 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

USA: Parts price spat threatens Chrysler plants just-auto.com editorial team Chrysler is reported to have gone to court to force interiors supplier Lear to continue shipping parts because a disrupti... read more


USA: Some win, some lose from Ford's new deal for suppliers

30 September 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

USA: Some win, some lose from Ford's new deal for suppliers just-auto.com editorial team A new deal announced by Ford on Thursday contains both good and bad news for suppliers. The good news: ear... read more


USA: Suppliers' outlook is gloomy

15 July 2005 | just-auto.com editorial team

USA: Suppliers' outlook is gloomy just-auto.com editorial team Vehicle production cuts and an uncertain sales forecast will plague auto suppliers for the rest of this year, and the outlook for 2006 ... read more


UK: North American suppliers face further volume pressures in 2005

10 March 2005 | SupplierBusiness.com

UK: North American suppliers face further volume pressures in 2005 SupplierBusiness.com As widely expected, General Motors and Ford have started 2005 with weak sales and reduced production volumes -... read more


UK: Suppliers to pay a heavy price if Ford closes Browns Lane

3 November 2003 | SupplierBusiness.com

UK: Suppliers to pay a heavy price if Ford closes Browns Lane SupplierBusiness.com Suppliers with big investments in the Jaguar XJ programme are nervously monitoring reports that Ford Motor Co., Jag... read more


USA: Ford axes around 230 contract product development engineers - report

14 November 2002 | just-auto.com editorial team

USA: Ford axes around 230 contract product development engineers - report just-auto.com editorial team Ford has fired about 230 contract engineers as it reorganises its product development operation... read more


USA: Lear Corporation Keeps Driving Formula One Safety Advances

25 September 2000 | Press Release

USA: Lear Corporation Keeps Driving Formula One Safety Advances Press Release Lear Corporation (NYSE: LEA - news), one of the world's largest automotive suppliers and Technology Partner to Jaguar R... read more


USA: Auto Industry Leaders Meet to Discuss E-Business and Automotive Telematics in San Jose

30 August 2000 | Press Release

USA: Auto Industry Leaders Meet to Discuss E-Business and Automotive Telematics in San Jose Press Release EyeForAuto, the dedicated brand for Automotive E-Business information, today released more ... read more


USA: Lear Corporation's Walker Facility Achieves Environmental Certification

22 May 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

USA: Lear Corporation's Walker Facility Achieves Environmental Certification just-auto.com editorial team Lear Corporation (NYSE: LEA) today announced that its Walker, Mich. (USA) seat track manufact... read more


USA :Megamergers Accelerating Strong Trends That Are Reshaping the Global Automotive Industry's Approach to the Car Buyer

17 May 2000 | just-auto.com editorial team

USA :Megamergers Accelerating Strong Trends That Are Reshaping the Global Automotive Industry's Approach to the Car Buyer just-auto.com editorial team While media attention is focused on the megame... read more