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Caucasian woman examining hologram of car

Mobility Technology Trends

Dr Arun Kumar Sampath, Chief Engineer and Head Innovation, Global Technology Centre, Mahindra Electric Mobility Ltd. & Chairman, Branding and Communications Board, SAEINDIA highlights functional safety in ‘Drive by Wire’ vehicles in an in depth article. Modern vehicles are continuously becoming more complex with vehicle development becoming increasingly challenging since additional and more complex functionalities from different domains are being[Read More…]

by April 16, 2021 Trending

Megatrends magnify Magna’s new product development approach

T Murrali Global automotive components major Magna International has been developing new products focusing on the aspiration levels of the next generation. Amongst several new technologies that the Canadian company developed is the ‘hands-free’ car that can take up the entire responsibility of driving, beyond a particular speed, say 60 mph and cruise at the determined speed. The vehicle can[Read More…]

RheinBrucke India Development Centre to focus on Europe, West Asia

RheinBrucke India Development Centre to focus on Europe, West Asia

Text : Bhargav TS With the newly opened India Development Centre (IDC) in Chennai, German IT consulting company RheinBrucke plans to tap the growing business of its clients in Europe and West Asia. The reason to set up Indian operations was taken early this year as enterprise resource planning (ERP) company Epicor is upgrading its ERP software and prompting partner[Read More…]

by October 29, 2014 Allied Business, Newscast
Trade Pacts: Tread Carefully

Trade Pacts: Tread Carefully

Text : T Murrali Partners for Trade Agreements have to be chosen carefully considering the potential for mutual trade and economic co-operation. Economic factors should be the basis for any decision on Free Trade Agreements (FTA). Decisions based on factors other than business and economics would be inequitable, benefiting only one partner. The FTA partners should be complementary and not[Read More…]

by October 29, 2014 Cover Story

New brands invest in Automechanika Shanghai

Michigan Economic Development Corporation confirms pavilion Automechanika Shanghai is attracting many new brands to its 2014 show which will take place 9 – 12 December 2014 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China. So far, the show, which is the world’s second largest Automechanika trade fair for automotive parts, accessories, equipment and services, has sold nearly all of its[Read More…]

Valvoline Cummins inaugurates Laboratories for R&D and Product Development along with Training Center

Valvoline Cummins Ltd. (VCL), a joint venture between Ashland Inc. and Cummins India Limited, today announced the opening of its new laboratories for R&D and Product Development along with a world-class training facility, at its Ambernath plant, close to Mumbai. All the three facilities were formally inaugurated by Dr. Frances E. Lockwood, Senior Vice-President and Global Chief Technology Officer, Ashland[Read More…]

by September 14, 2014 Allied Business, Newscast, Web Exclusive

Sumitomo Electric: Regarding the Decision of the National Development and Reform Commission of China

Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. (hereinafter, “Sumitomo Electric”) received a decision from the National Development and Reform Commission of China (the “Commission”) stating that Sumitomo Electric violated China’s Anti-Monopoly Law in connection with the supply of automotive wiring harnesses and related products. Sumitomo Electric is committed to compliance with all applicable competition laws around the world. The Commission’s decision is based[Read More…]

Fined by National Development and Reform Commission of People’s Republic of China for Violation of Chinese Antitrust Law

On August 19, 2014 (Chinese Time), JTEKT CORPORATION (“JTEKT”) has been imposed  on a fine of 109.36 million Chinese Yuan (approximately 1,800 million Japanese Yen) by the  National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”) of People’s Republic of China for  violation of Chinese antitrust law in relation to some past sales of bearings in Chinese market. As JTEKT treats this matter[Read More…]

Culture Challenges

Culture Challenges

Text: T Murrali   The auto industry and the auto components industry in particular are saddled with several issues ranging from fluctuating cost of inputs, increasing operating cost, lack of steady policy, unfavourable economy, etc. Irrespective of the situation they have to maintain the key parameters such as quality, cost and delivery as their customers’ (OEMs) customers have been very[Read More…]

by August 7, 2014 Cover Story
BorgWarner Presents 2013 Innovation Awards for its employees

BorgWarner Presents 2013 Innovation Awards for its employees

BorgWarner honored 119 employees from its worldwide operations for operational excellence, product development, customer excellence and collaboration. President and Chief Executive Officer James R Verrier personally presented 21 winners from this select group with the Innovation Excellence Award for their exceptional contributions to the company’s success. “The passionate pursuit of innovation and excellence motivates our employees to seek and drive[Read More…]