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Wagner expands brake line up

25 April 2018 | Simon Warburton

Wagner expands brake line up Simon Warburton Federal-Mogul Motorparts' Wagner brand introduced 462 new products during 2017 and the first quarter of 2018, including brake pads, hydraulics,&n... read more


US: OEM-Supplier relations study shows Toyota and Honda gains

20 May 2015 | Dave Leggett

US: OEM-Supplier relations study shows Toyota and Honda gains Dave Leggett A study of OEM-Supplier relations in North America shows strong gains for Toyota and Honda, with Ford, Nissan, FCA and GM fa... read more


GENEVA: Apollo in "quite advanced" stages with Europe-based OEs

9 March 2015 | Simon Warburton

GENEVA: Apollo in "quite advanced" stages with Europe-based OEs Simon Warburton Apollo Tyres says it is in "quite advanced" development stages with several OEs as the Indian producer continues its pu... read more


UK: SMMT names new president

1 December 2014 | Graeme Roberts

UK: SMMT names new president Graeme Roberts UK auto industry lobby group SMMT has announced its presidential line-up for 2015. The new president, taking office from 1 January, will be Gareth Jones... 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: Study on OEM-supplier relations praises Japanese OEMs

12 May 2014 | Dave Leggett

US: Study on OEM-supplier relations praises Japanese OEMs Dave Leggett An annual automotive industry study on the major US and Japanese automakers' working relations with their suppliers shows the Ja... read more


IRAN: Renault monitors diplomacy as sanctions ease

15 April 2014 | Simon Warburton

IRAN: Renault monitors diplomacy as sanctions ease Simon Warburton Renault says it is "closely monitoring" the diplomatic situation concerning Iran as automakers and suppliers start to take advantage... read more


RUSSIA: Turkish suppliers look to Moscow as domestic market peaks

24 March 2014 | Simon Warburton

RUSSIA: Turkish suppliers look to Moscow as domestic market peaks Simon Warburton Turkish automotive suppliers are identifying Russia as a key battleground in their bid to secure further business as ... read more


FRANCE: Plastic Omnium unveils automotive revenue up 7.2% to EUR4.7bn

27 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

FRANCE: Plastic Omnium unveils automotive revenue up 7.2% to EUR4.7bn Simon Warburton Plastic Omnium has posted automotive revenue up 7.2% to EUR4.7bn (US$6.4bn), with a stronger industrial footprint... read more


AUSTRALIA: AMWU slams Federal Government as 'negligent'

18 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: AMWU slams Federal Government as 'negligent' Simon Warburton A major Australian union is citing "negligence" of the Federal Government as a major reason behind Toyota's decision to end man... read more


AUSTRALIA: Supplier body confronts "brave new world" as automakers quit manufacturing

13 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: Supplier body confronts "brave new world" as automakers quit manufacturing Simon Warburton Australia's automotive supplier association (FAPM) says it has requested help from both Federal a... read more


AUSTRALIA: Supplier body warns 33,000 jobs could go as manufacturers exit

12 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: Supplier body warns 33,000 jobs could go as manufacturers exit Simon Warburton Australia's automotive supplier association is warning car manufacturing could "go completely" in the countr... read more


AUSTRALIA: AMWU warns 100,000 jobs at risk as Toyota joins production exodus

10 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: AMWU warns 100,000 jobs at risk as Toyota joins production exodus Simon Warburton Australia's manufacturing union (AMWU) is estimating anywhere up to 100,000 jobs could be at risk followin... read more


AUSTRALIA: Union raises eastern seaboard recession fears as Toyota reveals exit

10 February 2014 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: Union raises eastern seaboard recession fears as Toyota reveals exit Simon Warburton A major union says Toyota's decision to exit manufacturing in Australia by the end of 2017, could trigg... 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


IRAN: Nuclear sanctions thaw sees Renault restart parts shipments

31 January 2014 | Simon Warburton

IRAN: Nuclear sanctions thaw sees Renault restart parts shipments Simon Warburton Renault has restarted shipping components to Iran for Tondar (Dacia) models as the first fruits of a thaw in western ... read more


AUSTRALIA: Holden exit to 'rock supply chain' as thousands affected: FAPM

12 December 2013 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: Holden exit to 'rock supply chain' as thousands affected: FAPM Simon Warburton Australia's supplier association says Holden's decision to end manufacturing in the country from 2017 is 'ext... read more


RUSSIA: Severstal sees steel sales stagnant

13 November 2013 | Graeme Roberts

RUSSIA: Severstal sees steel sales stagnant Graeme Roberts Steelmaker Severstal plans to supply 591,000 tonnes of steel sheets to automakers in Russia and CIS countries in 2013, which is almost flat ... read more


AUSTRALIA: Secret government report dooms car making

7 November 2013 | Graeme Roberts

AUSTRALIA: Secret government report dooms car making Graeme Roberts A secret report prepared for a state government has said the Australian car manufacturing industry is doomed. "The Australian ca... read more


UK: Automotive industry launches initiative to address 100,000 person skills gap

23 September 2013 | Simon Warburton

UK: Automotive industry launches initiative to address 100,000 person skills gap Simon Warburton UK-based automotive manufacturers will hold events to help increase students' awareness of the variet... 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


AUSTRALIA: Autodom AGM for this week cancelled

20 November 2012 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: Autodom AGM for this week cancelled Simon Warburton Administrators acting for Australian parts supplier, Autodom, say the company's annual general meeting planned for 22 November has been ... read more


AUSTRALIA: Union pressures Ford/Holden to commit long-term to Autodom

9 November 2012 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: Union pressures Ford/Holden to commit long-term to Autodom Simon Warburton Australian union, AMWU, is urging Ford and Holden to make a long term commitment to local parts suppliers after 4... read more


AUSTRALIA: GMH/Ford Autodom emergency bailout sees lines back running

8 November 2012 | Simon Warburton

AUSTRALIA: GMH/Ford Autodom emergency bailout sees lines back running Simon Warburton Australian component manufacturer, Autodom's staff are back at work following an emergency bailout from General M... read more


FRANCE: Plastic Omnium expands fuel systems and bumper business in Russia and India

18 September 2012 | Simon Warburton

FRANCE: Plastic Omnium expands fuel systems and bumper business in Russia and India Simon Warburton Plastic Omnium says it will substantially increase its presence in Russia and India to capitalise o... 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


just-auto's research round-up

12 July 2012 | Dave Leggett

just-auto's research round-up Dave Leggett Here's a brief run-down of reports available in our research store that caught our eye over the past week or so... 1. Global market review of heavy truc... read more


US: Detroit Three improve in supplier relationships survey

16 May 2012 | Graeme Roberts

US: Detroit Three improve in supplier relationships survey Graeme Roberts Toyota and Honda's relationships with suppliers have slipped while Chrysler, General Motors and Ford have improved, the lates... read more


US: Anti nuclear-Iran lobby highlights 12 automakers in campaign

5 April 2012 | Simon Warburton

US: Anti nuclear-Iran lobby highlights 12 automakers in campaign Simon Warburton An increasingly vocal anti-nuclear lobby group in the US says it is not singling out Nissan in its vociferous campaign... read more


US: Toyota tops supplier-OEM relationship study

23 May 2011 | Graeme Roberts

US: Toyota tops supplier-OEM relationship study Graeme Roberts The three US automakers continued to show steady improvement in supplier relations while the top three Japanese automakers operating in ... read more


JAPAN: Speciality paint plant to reopen in June

6 April 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

JAPAN: Speciality paint plant to reopen in June just-auto.com editorial team German auto paint maker Merck says that it hopes to resume full production by 1 June at the plant in Onahama, about 45k... read more


JAPAN 'QUAKE: Paint pigment paucity poses problem

28 March 2011 | just-auto.com editorial team

JAPAN 'QUAKE: Paint pigment paucity poses problem just-auto.com editorial team A shortage of a type of shiny pigment used in automobile paints and made only in a single plant in Japan has emerged as ... read more


just-auto's research round-up

20 September 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

just-auto's research round-up just-auto.com editorial team Here's a brief run-down of reports available in our research store that caught our eye over the past week or so... 1. Global Sale of... read more


US: Toyota manufacturing man joins ZAP

18 June 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

US: Toyota manufacturing man joins ZAP just-auto.com editorial team Electric vehicle and scooter specialist ZAP has named Gary Dodd, a manufacturing executive formerly with Toyota, as president of gl... read more


This week's most read stories

5 June 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

This week's most read stories just-auto.com editorial team In some ways this was a hugely momentous week, historic even. In the end and after a long build up, it was perhaps something of an anti-clim... read more


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