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Automakers plan gradual resumption of China output

10 February 2020 | Graeme Roberts

Automakers plan gradual resumption of China output Graeme Roberts Some carmakers were likely to have restarted output at China factories after shutting temporarily due to the coronavirus, media repor... read more


JLR supplier opens new Slovakia factory

26 February 2019 | Graeme Roberts

JLR supplier opens new Slovakia factory Graeme Roberts Shenda-owned Auria, the global supplier of vehicle acoustical and fibre-based products, has opened its new Vrable, Slovakia factory produci... read more


Brazil reaches 15 years of flex-fuel vehicles

11 May 2018 | Fernando Calmon

Brazil reaches 15 years of flex-fuel vehicles Fernando Calmon In March 2003 Brazil's auto industry began producing flexible-fuel cars powered by engines capable of running either on ethanol or pe... read more


Apollo Tyres expands supplies to European OEMs

8 September 2017 | Dave Leggett

Apollo Tyres expands supplies to European OEMs Dave Leggett Apollo Tyres says it is now expanding supplies to the European Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the passenger car tyre segme... read more


RUSSIA: GAZ looks down to Tier 3 and beyond in supplier focus

25 June 2015 | Simon Warburton

RUSSIA: GAZ looks down to Tier 3 and beyond in supplier focus Simon Warburton Russian producer, GAZ Group says it has "supplier visibility" down to Tier 3 level and even further as it looks to levera... read more


RUSSIA: GAZ parent 'wastes not one rouble' in efficiency drive: RM CEO

25 June 2015 | Simon Warburton

RUSSIA: GAZ parent 'wastes not one rouble' in efficiency drive: RM CEO Simon Warburton GAZ Group parent, Russian Machines says "not one rouble" is wasted in the company as it continues its efficiency... read more


RUSSIA: GAZ components division welcomes rouble position "absolutely"

18 June 2015 | Simon Warburton

RUSSIA: GAZ components division welcomes rouble position "absolutely" Simon Warburton GAZ Group's supply division is welcoming the rouble depreciation as a genuine business opportunity but noted it h... read more


RUSSIA: GAZ owner sees market easing but incentives still needed

18 June 2015 | Simon Warburton

RUSSIA: GAZ owner sees market easing but incentives still needed Simon Warburton GAZ Group's parent estimates the bottom may have been reached of plummeting passenger and light commercial vehicle sal... read more


RUSSIA: Severstal inks Renault-Nissan AvtoVAZ contract

13 April 2015 | Simon Warburton

RUSSIA: Severstal inks Renault-Nissan AvtoVAZ contract Simon Warburton Severstal has signed a four-month contract to deliver rolled steel to Renault-Nissan from its Cherepovets Mill (CherMK). The ... read more


INDIA: Toyota and Volkswagen standardise airbags

6 January 2015 | Graeme Roberts

INDIA: Toyota and Volkswagen standardise airbags Graeme Roberts Toyota and Volkswagen have introduced standard airbags in all vehicles they offer in India. Volkswagen has added dual 'bags - driver... read more


RUSSIA: Sales suspended as ruble crisis bites

18 December 2014 | Chris Wright

RUSSIA: Sales suspended as ruble crisis bites Chris Wright Car makers are pulling down the shutters at dealerships across Russia because of the currency crisis which has seen a 40% drop in the value ... read more


INDIA: Regulator follows China with parts prices clampdown

26 August 2014 | Chris Wright

INDIA: Regulator follows China with parts prices clampdown Chris Wright Carmakers in India are coming under similar pressure from regulators as those in China with a total of US$420m in fines being h... read more


CHINA: Japanese companies fined in pricing probe

19 August 2014 | Chris Wright

CHINA: Japanese companies fined in pricing probe Chris Wright China's antitrust regulator has fined Japanese bearing makers NSK and NTN a combined (US$47m) for violating rules in the latest clamp dow... read more


BRAZIL: Toyota luring 19 suppliers to engine factory site

9 June 2014 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Toyota luring 19 suppliers to engine factory site Fernando Calmon At the cornerstone laying ceremony for its new Brazilian engine plant, Toyota said it plans to have 19 suppliers close to the... read more


BRAZIL: Fiat profit down 81% in 2013

15 May 2014 | Graeme Roberts

BRAZIL: Fiat profit down 81% in 2013 Graeme Roberts Only two automakers – Fiat and Renault – are organised in Brazil as PLC companies and therefore obligated by law to issue financial res... read more


INDIA: Faurecia opens emissions control TechCenter

5 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

INDIA: Faurecia opens emissions control TechCenter Simon Warburton Faurecia has opened its TechCenter in India for emissions control technologies in a site housing almost 200 engineers specialising i... read more


SOUTH AFRICA: IAC enters SA with interiors JV

9 July 2013 | Dave Leggett

SOUTH AFRICA: IAC enters SA with interiors JV Dave Leggett International Automotive Components (IAC) has announced that it has formed a joint venture with Feltex Automotive, a South Africa-based supp... read more


TURKEY: TB Sewtech starts on Corolla seat covers in Düzce

2 July 2013 | Graeme Roberts

TURKEY: TB Sewtech starts on Corolla seat covers in Düzce Graeme Roberts A Toyota Boshoku unit in Turkey has started production of seat covers for the new, locally produced Toyota Corolla sedan mode... read more


CHINA: Toyota to make hybrid batteries

31 May 2013 | Graeme Roberts

CHINA: Toyota to make hybrid batteries Graeme Roberts Toyota Motor plans a joint venture with a local company in China to produce batteries for the country's growing petrol-electric hybrid car market... read more


PAKISTAN: Toyota Boshoku to establish Pakistan JV

9 May 2013 | Dave Leggett

PAKISTAN: Toyota Boshoku to establish Pakistan JV Dave Leggett Toyota Boshoku has concluded an agreement to establish a joint venture in Pakistan with Pakistani automotive component maker, Thal, and ... read more


ROMANIA: TRW opens new steering wheel facility

29 April 2013 | Dave Leggett

ROMANIA: TRW opens new steering wheel facility Dave Leggett TRW has held the opening ceremony for a new steering wheel facility that will supply Audi, in Baia Mare, Romania. The plant is a steerin... read more


BRAZIL: Inovar-Auto programme discussed at auto industry forum

9 April 2013 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: Inovar-Auto programme discussed at auto industry forum Fernando Calmon The federal government of Brazil has again postponed restoring the full rate of IPI tax on cars by 1 July. Having kept t... read more


GERMANY: ContiTech building Russian pipe plant

11 December 2012 | Graeme Roberts

GERMANY: ContiTech building Russian pipe plant Graeme Roberts ContiTech is spending EUR13m (US$16.8m) on a new plant for air conditioning and power steering lines in Kaluga, Russia, a city also home ... read more


INDIA: Labour strife hits Maruti Suzuki profits

30 October 2012 | Graeme Roberts

INDIA: Labour strife hits Maruti Suzuki profits Graeme Roberts Maruti Suzuki has reported a 5.4% fall in second fiscal quarterly profit, its fifth straight such dip, after it was hit by production ... read more


BRAZIL: New automotive regime likely to push prices down

12 October 2012 | Fernando Calmon

BRAZIL: New automotive regime likely to push prices down Fernando Calmon Long awaited and successively postponed, details of the new Brazilian automotive regime for the five years from 1 January, 201... read more


INDIA: Inteva opens manufacturing plant in Pune

13 September 2012 | Dave Leggett

INDIA: Inteva opens manufacturing plant in Pune Dave Leggett Inteva Products is expanding its automotive capabilities and global presence with the opening of a new Closure Systems and Motors manufact... read more


CHINA: Flooding hits automotive supply line

26 July 2012 | Chris Wright

CHINA: Flooding hits automotive supply line Chris Wright Severe flooding in the upper Yangtze river has cut off cargo shipments by boat to the inland cities of Chengdu and Chongqing, affecting the su... read more


BRAZIL: New auto rules could disrupt supply chain

11 April 2012 | Graeme Roberts

BRAZIL: New auto rules could disrupt supply chain Graeme Roberts Brazil's tougher new rules for automakers could cause supply problems, especially for producers that are building or plan to build t... read more


CZECH REPUBLIC: Metaldyne expands production in eastern Europe

27 February 2012 | Graeme Roberts

CZECH REPUBLIC: Metaldyne expands production in eastern Europe Graeme Roberts Metaldyne is expanding further in eastern Europe with the acquisition of a factory in Zbysov, Czech Republic, close to th... read more


INDIA: Plastics maker Minda expands at home, acquires in Europe

8 February 2012 | Satnam Singh

INDIA: Plastics maker Minda expands at home, acquires in Europe Satnam Singh India's Minda Corporation is expanding capacity at its existing automotive plastic manufacturing unit in its home country ... read more


INDIA: Lanxess opens SCP and rubber additive plant, Rhein Chemie relocates

8 February 2012 | Satnam Singh

INDIA: Lanxess opens SCP and rubber additive plant, Rhein Chemie relocates Satnam Singh The western Indian state of Gujarat is fast emerging as the next major auto hub in India, attracting global OEM... read more


ROMANIA: Johnson Controls opens seat plant in Craiova

30 January 2012 | Graeme Roberts

ROMANIA: Johnson Controls opens seat plant in Craiova Graeme Roberts Johnson Controls has officially opened its new seat factory in Craiova, Romania View Larger Map , which will supply Ford's loc... read more


INDIA: JBM Cadmium acquires Tesco Go engineering services

4 January 2012 | Satnam Singh

INDIA: JBM Cadmium acquires Tesco Go engineering services Satnam Singh JBM Cadmium, part of JBM Group, has acquired Tesco Go, which provides product development engineering services to the auto, rail... read more


MEXICO: Hella expands electronics plant

22 November 2011 | Graeme Roberts

MEXICO: Hella expands electronics plant Graeme Roberts Hella has increased the production capacity of its San Jose Iturbide electronics plant with a 50,000 sq ft expansion. This will enable the su... read more


JAPAN: Toyota scraps forecast as Thai floods hit

8 November 2011 | Graeme Roberts

JAPAN: Toyota scraps forecast as Thai floods hit Graeme Roberts Toyota has followed Honda in scrapping profit forecasts after Thailand’s worst floods in almost 70 years hit efforts to recover f... read more


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