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Henkel 2020 Strategy

Henkel 2020 Strategy

Henkel Adhesives Technologies India is tackling the difficult market environment with technologically driven changes in line with its 2020 strategy for a differentiated performance. Story by: Sricharan R Henkel Adhesives Technologies India is banking on innovation-led growth. The company expects mega-trends like safety, sustainability, light-weighting and acoustics, Internet of Things (IoT) 4.0 and EVs to drive the course of its[Read More…]

by January 6, 2020 Allied Industries
Divide By Zero launches new, faster 3D printer AION500 MK3

Divide By Zero launches new, faster 3D printer AION500 MK3

Story by: Sricharan R The roots of 3D printing or additive manufacturing can be traced back to 1986. It was when the first patent for Stereo Lithography Apparatus (SLA) was issued to Charles Hull. Back then itself the technology was considered to have the potential to democratise the production of goods. Three decades later, the belief has only grown stronger.[Read More…]

by September 24, 2019 Corporate
Apollo Tyres adopts cutting-edge technology for growth

Apollo Tyres adopts cutting-edge technology for growth

As part of the Apollo Tyres Vision 2020 roadmap, the company aims to become a premier tyre player with diversified and multinational presence. ACI Bureau In the business of manufacture and sales of tyres since its inception in 1972, Apollo Tyres caters to over 100 countries. The company markets products under two brands: Apollo and Vredestein, that are sold through[Read More…]

by September 24, 2019 Cover Story, OEM
Continental celebrates success of a proven and cost efficient injector technology

Continental celebrates success of a proven and cost efficient injector technology

Continental is a leading international supplier of Port Fuel Injection (PFI) technology for gasoline engines Within ten years well over 200 million units of the 7th generation of PFI injectors alone were manufactured on three continents Specific product advantages explain the design longevity On a global scale the gasoline engine with port injection remains the dominant type of combustion engine in[Read More…]

by January 26, 2015 News, Web Exclusive
BorgWarner provides its front cross differential (FXD) technology for the new SEAT Leon CUPRA

BorgWarner provides its front cross differential (FXD) technology for the new SEAT Leon CUPRA

BorgWarner’s Advanced Electronic Front-Wheel Drive Technology Improves Vehicle Traction, Handling and Stability for Ultimate Driving Experience BorgWarner provides its advanced front cross differential (FXD) technology for the new SEAT Leon CUPRA. Designed for high- performance front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicles, the electronic limited slip differential significantly improves vehicle handling, traction and stability in nearly all driving conditions. Without sacrificing engine power,[Read More…]

LANXESS to focus on continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composites

LANXESS, the Germany based chemicals major, said that they will be focussing on Tepex, the continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastic high-performance composites from its subsidiary Bond-Laminates. The hybrid technology using Tepex with polyamide 6 as an overmolding material has already done well in a large number of series applications in the lightweight design of automobiles. “Our intention is to highlight the enormous[Read More…]

Ralph Lauxmann Becomes Head of Systems & Technology in the Chassis & Safety Division

Ralph Lauxmann Becomes Head of Systems & Technology in the Chassis & Safety Division

Effective January 1, 2015, Ralph Lauxmann will take over as Head of Systems & Technology in the Chassis & Safety division headquarters in Frankfurt, at international automotive supplier Continental. In this role, he will report directly to Frank Jourdan, Head of the Chassis & Safety division and member of the Executive Board of Continental AG and functionally to Christian Senger,[Read More…]

by December 5, 2014 Globescan, News, Web Exclusive

BorgWarner supplies advanced turbocharging technology for Volkswagen in China

BorgWarner supplies its advanced turbocharging technology for Volkswagen’s latest four-cylinder gasoline engine for the Chinese market. Engineered to improve performance and fuel economy, BorgWarner’s turbocharger helps the automaker’s 1.4-liter gasoline engines deliver superior responsiveness over the entire engine speed range. Available with outputs of 96~101KW, the BorgWarner-boosted engine is intended for high-volume production and is currently available for numerous Volkswagen[Read More…]

by December 1, 2014 Globescan, News, Web Exclusive

Giving Engines a Break: Continental’s “48-Volt Eco Drive” Technology Significantly Reduces Fuel Consumption

The system will go into production with European car manufacturers from 2016 Global market share of 48-volt vehicles is to grow to more than 10 percent by 2025  The 48-volt hybrid system can be easily integrated into conventional vehicles To reduce fuel consumption and emissions even further, Continental has bridged the gap between the reasonably priced 12-volt start-stop systems and[Read More…]

by November 12, 2014 Globescan, News, Web Exclusive
GKN ramps up new fuel saving hybrid bus technology

GKN ramps up new fuel saving hybrid bus technology

GKN Land Systems is ramping up production of a new hybrid technology for buses that will enable operators to save fuel, reduce fares and make some routes more viable. Demand for the company’s Gyrodrive electric flywheel hybrid is growing following successful trials in London and the start of UK production. GKN Land Systems CEO Phil Swash said: “Gyrodrive is the[Read More…]