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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi sells 10.6m vehicles in 2017

30 January 2018 | Simon Warburton

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi sells 10.6m vehicles in 2017 Simon Warburton Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi said its member companies sold a combined total of 10,608,366 units in the 12 months to 31 December la... read more


Nissan/BMW jointly expand DC Fast charging network in the US

25 January 2017 | just-auto plus Extended News

Nissan/BMW jointly expand DC Fast charging network in the US just-auto plus Extended News Nissan and BMW, two of the top EV manufacturers, have again joined forces – this time with EVgo, the na... read more


Enel/Verbund/EV carmakers join over EVA+ project

23 December 2016 | just-auto plus Extended News

Enel/Verbund/EV carmakers join over EVA+ project just-auto plus Extended News Electric Vehicle Arteries (EVA+) is an electric mobility project to be carried out in Italy and Austria for which a grant... read more


Post-Brexit yen rise hits Japanese OEMs’ outlook

6 July 2016 | Dave Leggett

Post-Brexit yen rise hits Japanese OEMs’ outlook Dave Leggett The yen's surge following the UK referendum's EU exit result is hitting the earnings outlook for Japanese automakers. Bloomberg repo... read more


JAPAN: Takata mulls JPY2-3bn fiscal H1 charge for additional recalls

27 October 2014 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Takata mulls JPY2-3bn fiscal H1 charge for additional recalls Graeme Roberts Takata is considering booking a quarterly charge of JPY2-3bn (US$19-$28m) to cover the cost of additional recalls o... read more


JAPAN: Takata predicts US$244m loss as airbag impact hits

7 August 2014 | Simon Warburton

JAPAN: Takata predicts US$244m loss as airbag impact hits Simon Warburton Takata is forecasting a full-year loss of US$245m as it deals with the fall-out from faulty airbag inflators, which has seen ... read more


US: Toyota most valuable auto brand

21 May 2014 | Graeme Roberts

US: Toyota most valuable auto brand Graeme Roberts Toyota is the world's most valuable automotive brand, according to a new survey by Millward Brown which ranked the automaker 26th overall. The to... read more


JAPAN: Toyota hikes domestic wages first time since 2008

12 March 2014 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Toyota hikes domestic wages first time since 2008 Graeme Roberts Toyota, Nissan and Honda have agreed to increase base wages in Japan - in Toyota's case for the first time since 2008, as it h... read more


JAPAN: Nissan struggles to meet its targets

10 March 2014 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Nissan struggles to meet its targets Chris Wright Nissan may not be able to achieve its twin targets of 8% global market share and an 8% operating margin under its Nissan Power 88 road map to ... read more


FRANCE: Renault posts 59% jump to operating profit in 2013

13 February 2014 | Dave Leggett

FRANCE: Renault posts 59% jump to operating profit in 2013 Dave Leggett Renault has posted operating profit of EUR1,242m in 2013, a 59% jump on the previous year. However, some analysts noted that... read more


THAILAND: Parts maker PCS to launch IPO

15 November 2013 | Staff reporter

THAILAND: Parts maker PCS to launch IPO Staff reporter Thai automotive parts manufacturer PCS Machine Group Holding Plc announced plans to raise THB6.1bn in an initial public offering (IPO) to fund e... read more


JAPAN: Honda Q2 results, forecast, below expectations

30 October 2013 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Honda Q2 results, forecast, below expectations Graeme Roberts Honda boosted fiscal second quarter operating profit 70% year on year to JPY171.4bn despite higher costs after vehicle sales in No... read more


FRANCE: Renault Q3 revenue rises 3.2% on car sales up 10.2%

25 October 2013 | Graeme Roberts

FRANCE: Renault Q3 revenue rises 3.2% on car sales up 10.2% Graeme Roberts Renault group revenues rose 3.2% year on year to EUR7.998bn in the third quarter of 2013. Automotive revenues were off ... read more


UK: BMW buying stake in charge point firm - report

24 July 2013 | Graeme Roberts

UK: BMW buying stake in charge point firm - report Graeme Roberts BMW reportedly is to buy a stake in British company Chargemaster which produces and installs half of the UK's charging points for ele... read more


JAPAN: Toyota 2012/13 financials improve over fiscal 2012

8 May 2013 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Toyota 2012/13 financials improve over fiscal 2012 Graeme Roberts Toyota Motor Corporation boosted full fiscal year operating income from JPY355.6bn  to JPY1.32 trillion, an ... read more


JAPAN: Weakening yen boosts carmaker profits

15 March 2013 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Weakening yen boosts carmaker profits Chris Wright Japanese carmakers look set to make sharp gains in earnings this fiscal year thanks to increased sales and a weakening yen, said the Nikkei ... read more


US: Visteon net profit up 25% in 2012

28 February 2013 | Dave Leggett

US: Visteon net profit up 25% in 2012 Dave Leggett Visteon has announced that it earned US$100m in 2012, up from USD80m the pevious year, as it benefited from higher volumes in North America and Asia... read more


SOUTH KOREA: Hyundai Motor unfazed by weakening yen

24 January 2013 | Graeme Roberts

SOUTH KOREA: Hyundai Motor unfazed by weakening yen Graeme Roberts Hyundai Motor sees no immediate threat from the weakening Japanese yen but promised toughen its readiness against its Japanese and g... read more


UK: Supply chain investment critical: Jaguar Land Rover

21 November 2012 | Simon Warburton

UK: Supply chain investment critical: Jaguar Land Rover Simon Warburton Jaguar Land Rover is highlighting the challenge facing the UK supply chain and OEMs as the automaker and other major manufactur... read more


UK: Tooling finance flexibility key to supplier needs: KPMG

21 November 2012 | Simon Warburton

UK: Tooling finance flexibility key to supplier needs: KPMG Simon Warburton Flexibility surrounding tooling finance will form a key component in addressing supplier needs during the next year, say c... read more


FRANCE: Old world gloom forces Faurecia to axe 1,500 jobs but Russia/North America bright

12 November 2012 | Simon Warburton

FRANCE: Old world gloom forces Faurecia to axe 1,500 jobs but Russia/North America bright Simon Warburton Faurecia says restructuring costs in Western Europe will total EUR190m (US$242m) by the end o... read more


JAPAN: Minicar growth presents profit problem for carmakers

20 September 2012 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Minicar growth presents profit problem for carmakers Chris Wright Low-priced minicars are regaining market share in Japan as the end of government subsidies for eco-friendly vehicles approache... read more


JAPAN: Concerns grow over automakers' earnings after China protests

19 September 2012 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Concerns grow over automakers' earnings after China protests Graeme Roberts As dozens of Japanese firms have been forced to temporarily halt business in China amid anti-Japan demonstrations, c... read more


US: Slimming down reduces Visteon Q2 sales and profit

2 August 2012 | Graeme Roberts

US: Slimming down reduces Visteon Q2 sales and profit Graeme Roberts Visteon Corporation reported second quarter 2012 net income of US$75m, or $1.40 per share, up from $26m, or $0.50 in Q2 2011. T... 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


JAPAN: Big Three seen quintupling operating profit

30 May 2012 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Big Three seen quintupling operating profit Graeme Roberts The combined operating profit at Japan's three largest automakers is projected to increase almost five times this fiscal year, recove... read more


JAPAN: Nissan Q4 profit jumps 33%

11 May 2012 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Nissan Q4 profit jumps 33% Chris Wright Nissan’s profit jumped 33% year on year in the last quarter of its fiscal year to 31 March, 2012 and the carmaker predicted a 28% rise for the yea... read more


US: Visteon announces first-quarter 2012 Results

3 May 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Visteon announces first-quarter 2012 Results just-auto plus Extended News Visteon Corporation today announced first-quarter 2012 results, reporting a net loss of $29 million, or $0.56 per diluted... read more


US: Visteon swings to first quarter loss

2 May 2012 | Graeme Roberts

US: Visteon swings to first quarter loss Graeme Roberts Visteon has posted a quarterly loss, partly because of the deconsolidation of a joint venture. The supplier reported a Q1 2012 net loss of U... read more


RUSSIA: City official says St Pete plants not profitable yet

25 April 2012 | Graeme Roberts

RUSSIA: City official says St Pete plants not profitable yet Graeme Roberts Car makers located in St Petersburg - dubbed the Detroit of Russia by some industry observers - continue to operate at a lo... 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


UK: Mitsubishi importer sells retail division

9 March 2012 | Tony Lewis

UK: Mitsubishi importer sells retail division Tony Lewis VT Holdings, a Japanese car retail and aftersales business, has bought Colt Car Retail Group (CCR) from UK Mitsubishi importer and distributor... read more


US: Visteon books fourth quarter net loss of $26m

29 February 2012 | Graeme Roberts

US: Visteon books fourth quarter net loss of $26m Graeme Roberts Visteon Corporation has reported a net loss of US$26m, 51 cents a share, on sales of $1.86bn. Fourth quarter 2010 saw net income ... read more


US: Visteon announces 2011 financial results

28 February 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Visteon announces 2011 financial results just-auto plus Extended News Visteon Corporation today announced financial results for 2011, reporting full-year product sales of $8.05 billion, an increa... read more


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