FCA's UK scrappage scheme to put cleaner engines on the road

Sep 4, 2017    OEM

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) UK has launched a scrappage scheme to encourage the trade-in of the oldest and most polluting cars, by offering up to £5,300 ($6,865) off a new, lower emission car from across their range.

Vauxhall Motors celebrates 4 millionth Astra built in UK

Sep 4, 2017    OEM

As the home of the Vauxhall Astra, Ellesmere Port has been making the Brit-built car for almost 40 years and on September 4, the 4 millionth car rolled off the production line with a choreographed display of 236 Astra Sport Tourers to spell out the feat.

GBA takes next step in European expansion

Sep 4, 2017    Supply Chain

Time-critical logistics operator GBA Services has launched its latest European operation, to cover the German market.

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DHL awarded new three-year contract to manage BMW Group's Vehicle Distribution Centre in the UK

Sep 4, 2017    Supply Chain

DHL will create a UK centre of excellence for specialist vehicle repairs, optimising vehicle conditioning times and repair methods for used cars.

DSM developing the lightest plastic tank for hydrogen storage

Sep 4, 2017    Technology

Royal DSM has introduced a material solution for high-pressure composite tanks for hydrogen storage in its continuing mission to help reduce CO2 emissions.

MAN rolls TGE van out in core Euro markets in left- and right-hand-drive

Sep 1, 2017    Supply Chain

Four months after the successful launch of the new MAN TGE in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands, MAN is turning its attention to other core European markets in September.

Ford recalls 143,000 vehicles in North America for Takata airbag and other faults

Sep 1, 2017    OEM

Ford is recalling nearly 143,000 vehicles in North America for issues with airbags, seatbelts and seat frames.

Taiwanese automotive supplier breaks ground for $55 million plant in Guanajuato, Mexico

Sep 1, 2017    Tier Suppliers

Taiwan-based supplier Macauto recently broke ground at the Municipality of Leon, Guanajuato, to build a manufacturing plant to supply exterior and interior components for OEMs and other suppliers in the North American region.

Port of Houston reopens after Hurricane Harvey

Sep 1, 2017    Supply Chain

All of Port Houston facilities have resumed operations after partly re-opening on September 1, and Barbours Cut Terminal (BCT) and Bayport gates will be open on Labor Day, September 4.

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