2 December 2019
2 December 2019
Daimler decides on key points to streamline the company

Daimler decides on key points to streamline the company

Daimler and the General Works Council have agreed on key points in order to streamline the Group structure and thus increase efficiency and flexibility. Therefore, measures to reduce costs and employment in a socially responsible manner have jointly been agreed upon. Daimler will, among other things, use natural fluctuation to reduce jobs.

Bridgestone introduces new Global Innovation Campus to cultivate next generation of advanced, sustainable solutions

Bridgestone introduces new Global Innovation Campus to cultivate next generation of advanced, sustainable solutions

Bridgestone Corporation (Bridgestone) announced plans to create Bridgestone Innovation Park, a global centre of research, development and wellness that will help the company accelerate its transformation into a global leader in advanced mobility and sustainable solutions for a world in motion.

JAXPORT and SSA Marine break ground on $238.7 million container terminal

JAXPORT and SSA Marine break ground on $238.7 million container terminal

U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administrator Rear Adm. Mark Buzby joined elected officials and leadership from JAXPORT and SSA Marine on Nov. 22 to break ground on a new state-of-the-art international container terminal at JAXPORT’s Blount Island Marine Terminal.

Autoliv announces appointment of new CFO

Autoliv announces appointment of new CFO

Autoliv, Inc., the worldwide leader in automotive safety systems, announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Fredrik Westin as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Finance of the Company, to be effective no later than March 1, 2020.

Audi RS Q8 to hit the roads in Q1 2020

Audi RS Q8 to hit the roads in Q1 2020

The new Audi RS Q8 is the top model in the Q product line. It combines the power of an RS model with the elegance of a premium coupe and the flexibility of an SUV.

Mercedes-Benz' Sideguard Assist helps truck drivers detect e-scooters

Mercedes-Benz' Sideguard Assist helps truck drivers detect e-scooters

Since summer of this year, there's a growing number of them in towns and cities: e-scooters. In almost every German city, there are now various providers from Germany and abroad. Everywhere in the inner city, the nimble and speedy gadgets are taking over cycle paths and roads – an alarming trend for some truck drivers.

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