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Brazil’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2021– A new Automotive World report

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A new report “https://www.automotiveworld.com/research/brazils-new-vehicle-market-prospects-2021/” published by Automotive World examines the market prospects for light vehicles (LVs) and heavy commercial vehicles (HCVs) in Brazil in the period to 2021. During 2016, Brazilian light vehicle (LV) demand dropped by 20% to below 2 million units, the fourth successive year of decline. The ...

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MAN to invest over €2.4 billion in its sites by 2020

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The cab paint shop and the new central building of the MAN Development Center are indicative of the commercial vehicle manufacturer continuing to invest in its main plant in Munich. The Company has vowed to improve efficiency across all divisions while also rejigging its international production network as part of ...

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AW Monthly November 2017 published by Automotive World

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AW Monthly is Automotive World’s exclusive emagazine, featuring the top content from AutomotiveWorld.com. Each issue features Automotive World’s usual mix of analysis and comment, as well as exclusive interviews with senior executives from the passenger car and commercial vehicle sectors. ‘AW Monthly November 2017’ (https://www.automotiveworld.com/monthly-emagazine/aw-monthly-november-2017/) is available to download now ...

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Challenge accepted: Toyota production engineers turn status quo on head

It’s a big task, but Toyota Motor North America has the best and brightest accepting the challenge: innovate and problem solve to create the next generation of manufacturing technology. Today’s newly opened $80 million, 235,000 square foot state-of-the-art and environmentally-conscious Production Engineering and Manufacturing Center (PEMC) in Georgetown, Kentucky, is ...

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Continental expands its presence in Europe and builds first plant in Lithuania

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The technology company Continental announced today the construction of a new manufacturing plant in Lithuania to expand its automotive electronics production footprint. By choosing the location in the Kaunas region, Continental is increasing the production of electronic components for European markets. The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for the middle of ...

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