10 February 2020
10 February 2020
Hyundai and Kia plants in South Korea facing disruptions

Hyundai and Kia plants in South Korea facing disruptions

Hyundai Motor Co. and its sister company Kia Motors Corp., have announced that a few of their assembly lines have been suspended due to shortages parts imported from China. China has been facing huge disruption in its production activities due to the spread of Coronavirus.

Kumho appointed OE supplier for the Audi Q5

Kumho appointed OE supplier for the Audi Q5

Kumho Tire’s CEO, Jeon Dae-jin, recently announced that the company is to supply its CRUGEN Premium KL33 pattern for OE fitment to the Audi Q5. Since its debut in 2008, the Q5 has been Audi’s best-selling SUV and one of the most popular models in its class. Its sporty appearance and roomy, comfortable interior have attracted wide praise from consumers.

Sven Raudszus becomes Regional CEO Asia Pacific (APAC) of Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

Sven Raudszus becomes Regional CEO Asia Pacific (APAC) of Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

As of March 1, 2020 Sven Raudszus will be taking over the position of Regional CEO Asia Pacific (APAC) at Hellmann Worldwide Logistics. He will be responsible for the operative and strategic business within the Asia Pacific region, including South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Ford announces senior leadership changes

Ford announces senior leadership changes

Ford Motor Company have announced that Jim Farley has been named chief operating officer of Ford, reporting to Jim Hackett, the company’s president and CEO, as Ford continues to carry out its Creating Tomorrow Together strategic plan.

New Audi A3 with better driving dynamics to be unveiled at Geneva Motor Show

New Audi A3 with better driving dynamics to be unveiled at Geneva Motor Show

Audi will be celebrating the world premiere of the new A3 Sportback at the Geneva Motor Show. Prior to this, the premium manufacturer is sending the fourth generation of its success model to take a very special test: On São Miguel Island in the Azores archipelago, journalists will test the compact sports car and experience the highest level of driving dynamics on challenging routes.

CUPRA to extensively use  3D printing in the development of the new Leon Competition

CUPRA to extensively use 3D printing in the development of the new Leon Competition

At first glance it looks like a normal mirror, but it isn't. It is a 3D printed part, a technology that CUPRA has begun to implement in the development of the new Leon Competition in collaboration with HP. Greater agility, efficiency and flexibility are the benefits of a system that is set to revolutionise car development. Below are the key points.

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