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US: Alcoa rises on reports of aluminium Lexus models

26 November 2014 | Glenn Brooks

US: Alcoa rises on reports of aluminium Lexus models Glenn Brooks The share price of Alcoa Inc has risen by 2% in New York after a report that Toyota is planning aluminium body panels for a new gener... read more


JAPAN: Fire shuts down auto supplier's steelworks

5 September 2014 | Chris Wright

JAPAN: Fire shuts down auto supplier's steelworks Chris Wright It could be some days before Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal resumes production at its Nagoya steel plant which was shut down followin... read more


JAPAN: Toyota starts copper wiring recycling

7 April 2014 | Dave Leggett

JAPAN: Toyota starts copper wiring recycling Dave Leggett Toyota has worked with a group of industry partners to define what it claims is a world-first system to retrieve and recycle copper from vehi... read more


UK: JLR completes new stamping facility at Halewood

24 March 2014 | Chris Wright

UK: JLR completes new stamping facility at Halewood Chris Wright Tata Motors' UK luxury vehicle unit Jaguar Land Rover has spent GBP45m (US$74m) on a new art servo press line at its Halewood Operatio... read more


SPAIN: Jaguar sees 90% conquest sales for F-TYPE Coupé

20 March 2014 | Glenn Brooks

SPAIN: Jaguar sees 90% conquest sales for F-TYPE Coupé Glenn Brooks Speaking to just-auto.com at the media launch of the new F-TYPE Coupé in Barcelona and Lleida, Jaguar's global brand direct... read more


UK: Stadco lauds growth opportunity as British market thrives

4 March 2014 | Simon Warburton

UK: Stadco lauds growth opportunity as British market thrives Simon Warburton Stadco says there is further opportunity to grow its business in the UK as the British automotive sector continues to thr... read more


UK: Stadco hails Council backing, but no direct support in US$25m investment

4 March 2014 | Simon Warburton

UK: Stadco hails Council backing, but no direct support in US$25m investment Simon Warburton Stamping and assembly specialist, Stadco, is praising backing from UK local authorities, but says it has r... read more


JAPAN: New Mazda3/Axela loses 90kg, gains hybrid derivative

26 June 2013 | Glenn Brooks

JAPAN: New Mazda3/Axela loses 90kg, gains hybrid derivative Glenn Brooks A new generation of the Mazda3 (Mazda Atenza in Japan) has been announced. The car is said to weigh some 90kg less than the ol... read more


UK: New product manager for the just-auto/QUBE team

3 June 2013 | Dave Leggett

UK: New product manager for the just-auto/QUBE team Dave Leggett Calum MacRae , once head of PwC Autofacts, has joined just-auto to head up the development of its rapidly evolving QUBE automotive in... read more


UK: 500kg weight loss claimed for I4 Range Rover Sport

1 May 2013 | Glenn Brooks

UK: 500kg weight loss claimed for I4 Range Rover Sport Glenn Brooks Stuart Frith, the chief programme engineer for the new Range Rover Sport, has revealed details of more derivatives to come, includi... read more


GENEVA: Global vehicle debuts list [Final version with additional cars & updated descriptions]

6 March 2013 | Glenn Brooks

GENEVA: Global vehicle debuts list [Final version with additional cars & updated descriptions] Glenn Brooks Details of concepts and new models which made their global debuts at the Geneva motor show ... read more


AUSTRALIA: GM Holden "highly unlikely" to prop up Autodom with more cash

23 November 2012 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: GM Holden "highly unlikely" to prop up Autodom with more cash Simon Warburton General Motors Holden (GMH) says it is "highly unlikely" it will inject any further cash into Australian suppl... read more


INDIA: Tata considering Saudi JLR assembly plant - reports

3 September 2012 | Graeme Roberts

INDIA: Tata considering Saudi JLR assembly plant - reports Graeme Roberts Tata Group's Ratan Tata has said his company's UK-based luxury vehicle unit Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is examining the possibil... read more


US: Resin shortage may interrupt auto production

19 April 2012 | just-auto plus Extended News

US: Resin shortage may interrupt auto production just-auto plus Extended News A blast at Evonik Industries' Germany plant may cause a shortage of PA-12 resin, which could affect automobile production... read more