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  • Chery_vehicles_Turkey_Yarimca

    Chery puts car exports in containers to Turkey with help from DP World


    A surge in vehicle volumes through Turkey’s ro-ro ports has led to congestion and Chery Automobile has turned to DP World for support with container services

  • Rail delivery plays an increasingly important role in the China-Russia logistics

    Chinese vehicle exports keep Russian vehicle logistics afloat at sea – and by rail


    Russia has become the top destination for Chinese vehicle exports, but vehicle logistics are a challenge, leading to new delivery methods, including cars in containers. 

  • Sallaum Lines orders new PCTC vessels to increase ro-ro capacity

    Sallaum Lines expands ro-ro capacity with new PCTC orders


    The shipping firm moves finished vehicles for OEMs like Ford and BMW between the US, Europe and Africa.

  • Volkswagen Group Rus Werk Kaluga Russland

    Former VW plant in Russia reported to be acquired, assemble kits from Chery


    The plant’s new owner is reportedly in final stages of negotiations to assemble kits from China’s Chery

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    Chinese automakers surge amid western withdrawal from Russian market


    Analysts at last week’s ECG Spring Congress looked at the rise in Chinese vehicle exports to Russia in the wake of the withdrawal of western carmakers following the start of hostilties in Ukraine

  • NYK Shanghai

    Chinese carmakers look to own ro-ro capacity


    Faced with a lack of capacity on existing maritime logistics services, carmakers including BYD, Chery and JAC are taking matters into their own hands

  • Russia expects a shorage of automotive carriers

    Russia looks to ban entry of European trucks


    Russia could ban the entry of European trucks from October this year in response to a ban imposed on Russian entry to the EU since April that has badly hit the finances of Russia car carriers

  • WW_Shanghai_Haitong_vehicle terminal

    Chinese vehicle exports see solid growth despite hurdles


    The main carmakers in China have been able to increase exports in the first half of this year despite some adverse disruptions, including the shutdown of the world’s biggest vehicle terminal in Shanghai

  • Liu Yuchao FF

    Faraday Future names Liu Yuchao senior vice-president of supply chain in China


    As Faraday Future future looks eastward to expand the production and rollout of its flagship FF 91 EV, the firm is making a series of appointments to its team of experts to oversee this process.

  • Rusting car in warehouse

    Iran’s automotive industry left to rust


    US-led sanctions have devastated Iran’s automotive industry, disrupting its supply of components and causing production to fall. Automotive Logistics assesses the damage

  • goodhuman-day-1-atlanta-0071

    Technology drives massive change in the supply chain


    The rise of EVs and higher customer expectations are putting pressure on inbound supply chains and forcing structural changes. Marcus Williams reports from The Supply Chain Conference in Atlanta

  • ChinaCars5 Toyota feature

    A billion reasons to try


    For the past ten years, a rising number of Chinese OEMs have appeared on African roads. Bearing cheerful names such as Geely, Chery, Hafei, Chana and Foton, some managed to land on their feet and build a healthy presence. Others, though, have gone down face-first.Foton, a Beijing-based manufacturer that produces ...

  • Russia-to-introduce-new-utilization-fee-on-finished-vehicles-in-2018-1

    Russia continues to increase finished vehicle imports


    Russia imported 212,400 finished vehicles from January to November of 2018, which is an increase of 15.8% compared to the same period of last year, Russian Federal Customs Service (FCS) estimated. The overall value of finished vehicles imports during that period reached $5.2 billion, FCS added.Almost 33% of passenger cars ...

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    JLR commits to UK supplier base for Evoque


    Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has used the launch of its new Range Rover Evoque SUV to confirm its commitment to the supplier base in the UK by awarding more than £4 billion ($5.1 billion) in contracts to support production of the model.The carmaker did not say whether any of the ...

  • anning-chen

    Ford appoints Chen to tackle sales slump in China


    Ford is turning its business in China into a stand-alone business unit, Ford China, headed by Anning Chen (pictured). The move is part of a general reorganisation of the OEM's Asia-Pacific operations designed to return the company to profitable growth.The change takes place against a background of falling sales in ...

  • Renault_Logan_Tondar_Teheran_Iran posterized

    Cracking under sanctions


    The re-imposition of sanctions by the US on Iran has dealt a hammer blow to the country’s emerging automotive industry. The threat of retaliation by the US against those whom it deems to have broken those sanctions has, once again, prompted vehicle-makers and logistics companies to pull out of the ...

  • IRAN MAP_0

    Trump stamps on Iran’s automotive revival


    When Iran reached agreement with the global community in 2015 regarding denuclearisation, resulting in the lifting of sanctions in early 2016, almost immediately Renault and PSA announced their return to the country. Prior to Iran being ostracised, both companies had been active there via joint venture (JV) manufacturing operations, mostly ...

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    China leads the car-sharing market, despite the challenges


    The Chinese government is using car-sharing – short-term car rental, usually charged by the hour – to stimulate the new energy vehicle (NEV) market and increase individual mobility efficiency. In June 2017, the central government released draft guidance for the car-sharing industry, outlining some supporting policies. The guidance specified certain ...

  • Volvo Daqing train

    The building blocks of demand


    China and Europe are far apart, not just in terms of distance, but also culturally, economically and politically. Yet they occupy the same Eurasian land mass and trade between the two regions has been growing strongly. That includes automotive freight, with parts and vehicles moving in greater numbers in both ...

  • Alex Feijolo

    Holding on to the hard-won gains in Brazil


    The Brazilian economy has had it rough over the past few years, experiencing its deepest recession since the 1930s, with GDP growth shrinking for eight consecutive quarters. That contributed to a drought in new vehicle sales from 2013 through to 2016. This long crisis laid waste to many parts of ...