13 April 2020
13 April 2020
Volkswagen Group China shows clear signs of business recovery

Volkswagen Group China shows clear signs of business recovery

Volkswagen Group China’s operations are showing clear signs of business recovery. All 2,000 Volkswagen brand dealerships are now open again, with showroom traffic during the last weekend of March comparable to the same period last year.

Bridgestone Americas to restart operations in North America

Bridgestone Americas to restart operations in North America

Bridgestone Americas (Bridgestone) has announced plans to restart its North American commercial tyre plants as well as its North American Firestone Industrial Products and Firestone Building Products manufacturing facilities on April 13.

GETO, CCTT and UTLC ERA have agreed to intensify cooperation

GETO, CCTT and UTLC ERA have agreed to intensify cooperation

While overseas traffic is struggling with problems in the face of the corona virus, there is an increasing demand for transport via the routes on the New Silk Road. The Group of European TransEurasia Operators and Forwarders (GETO) and International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT) are now intensifying their cooperation to further enhance the performance of this transcontinental rail transport.

Marcel Beermann to head LANXESS’ Global Procurement and Logistics group function

Marcel Beermann to head LANXESS’ Global Procurement and Logistics group function

Marcel Beermann (47) will take over as head of the Procurement and Logistics group function at specialty chemicals company LANXESS on June 1, 2020. He succeeds Frederique van Baarle (48), who will become head of the High Performance Materials business unit on the same date.

Vauxhall announces pricing for new Insignia

Vauxhall announces pricing for new Insignia

Due in showrooms this summer, Vauxhall’s new Insignia is on sale now priced from £23,120 ($28,438) on-the-road. With best in class CO2s and fuel economy, the Insignia is refreshed for model year 2021 with an all-new range of fuel-efficient powertrains, revised technology and a bold and attractive exterior design.

Bentley's new Flying Spur features Touch Screen Remote offering rear seat passengers with a plethora of in-car features

Bentley's new Flying Spur features Touch Screen Remote offering rear seat passengers with a plethora of in-car features

The new Flying Spur’s multi-functional Touch Screen Remote affords rear seat occupants unprecedented control over the car’s extensive range of luxury features, redefining precision control over passenger comfort.

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