A report by Human Rights Watch named carmakers including GM, Tesla, Toyota and VW as failing to minimise risk of forced labour in their automotive supply chains.
GM will invest $150m in NMG to support the mining and production of grahite for the anode material used in its EV batteries produced in North America
GM has signed a ten-year supply contract with LG Chem for the supply of cathode material to support EV production in the US
GM has appointed Kurt Kelty, a battery expert and former Tesla and Sila executive, to its newly created role of vice-president of batteries
Georgia Ports Authority has reported increased vehicle and machinery throughput at the port of Brunswick in 2023
GMC said the expansion into China, Australia and New Zealand follows its “stellar” results for 2023
GM had the strongest sales in North America last year compared to other OEMs, having sold nearly 2.6m units in 2023, up 14% over 2022 according to market analyst Cox Automotive.
Stellantis has appointed Carlos Zarlenga to replace Mark Stewart as chief operating officer for North America. Zarlenga was previously president and CEO of GM South America before joining Stellantis as president of its Mexican division.
Members of the United Auto Workers union (UAW) have ratified the tentative deals with GM, Ford and Stellantis following weeks of strikes against the Detroit Big Three, but an expert warned the damage may already be done for some suppliers.
The Suppliers Partnership for the Environment has published updated guidelines on sustainable packaging designs for use in expendable packaging
Georgia Port Authority is investing $262m in infrastructure improvements and building in more capacity to make Brunswick port the biggest ro-ro handler in the US
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics gives us the rundown of day two at Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023, from the Ryder Gala Dinner at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics sits on the Red Sofa for a final time as we wrap up Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 in Dearborn, Michigan.
Christopher Ludwig, Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Logistics is at the welcoming night of Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Global 2023 at the Welcome Drinks Reception, sponsored by Kuehne+Nagel, as delegates get excited about the coming days at the conference.
The switch to EV production demands greater collaboration between the inbound, outbound and service parts logistics sectors
The pandemic and the semiconductor shortage have encouraged more visibility and transparency between OEMs and automotive tier suppliers, helping the industry not only to recover but to advance further, according to experts.
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Keep up to date with the latest news and comment on the UAW strikes against Ford, GM and Stellantis in the US.
Union members begin their strike following failed negotiations with the OEMs for a new contract.
Potential strike action by UAW members who work at the ‘big three’ carmakers in the US - Ford, GM and Stellantis - could have far-reaching effects across the automotive supply chain.