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Kasai UK looks for new customers amid changing markets

2019-06-19T12:58:00+01:00By Steve Garnsey

The British arm of Japanese component manufacturer Kasai is seeking to expand its client base to reduce reliance on two key customers, Honda and Nissan. Honda plans to stop producing cars in Britain in 2021.

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Dennis Manns
Senior Automotive Advisor
Nationwide Auto Services

2019-04-25T10:52:00+01:00

As a consultant, Dennis is the senior automotive advisor to InStarAGF, based in Toronto, Canada – a private equity group highly active in the acquisition of segment-leading corporations. He is also a board director for AMPORTS, in Jacksonville, Florida – an automotive port services provider that was recently acquired by ...

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Charles J. Franklin II
Manager Export Logistics - Export Sales Division
American Honda

2019-04-25T10:35:00+01:00

Charles is responsible for logistics planning and operations for Honda and Acura vehicles built in North America for global export. In September 2014, he managed the integration of Honda De Mexico with American Honda, establishing a North American regional export logistics programme which managed to eliminate vandalism. During his tenure ...

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Chuck Kendig
Assistant Vice President - Logistics, Sales & Production Planning
American Honda Motor

2019-04-25T09:32:00+01:00

Chuck has spent 25 years with American Honda and held positions in parts, service, sales, market representation, e-business, marketing communications and field operations. Most recently Chuck led the fixed operations for Acura in North America. Prior to joining Honda Chuck served as Navigator and Operations Officer in the US Coast ...

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Attendees

2019-04-03T14:15:00+01:00

Accelerated ServicesAcertusAdcock Northeast Auto TransportAIAGAJL TransportAlabama State Port AuthorityAll State Auto TransportAlliance Purchasing OrganizationAmerican Honda MotorAPL LogisticsAuto Haulers Association of AmericaAuto Trans ExpertsAutoMap, LLCAutomobile Carriers Conference - American Trucking AssociationsAutomotive FleetAutomotive Logistics Executive CommitteeAutomotive Logistics GroupAutoPortAutos In MotionAutoTrans ExpertsBNSFCanadian PacificCargotelCCT Auto-TransCenturion Auto LogisticsCFR RinkensChampion Auto CarriersCNContra Costa Transportation AuthorityCottrellCP RailCRC ...

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Automotive Logistics Global Munich

2019-03-28T13:05:00+00:00

02 - 04 July 2019
Infinity Munich, 
Germany

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Mexican car industry calls for action on fuel shortage

2019-01-16T12:15:00+00:00By Marcus Williams

Mexico’s new federal government has launched a radical strategy to combat the country's long-term problem of fuel theft. However, this has led to fuel shortages in central regions, which have closed gas stations, and is now threatening the transport and logistics supporting the automotive sector.

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Honda to halt UK production during Brexit

2019-01-14T17:42:21+00:00By Steve Garnsey

Japanese OEM Honda is to suspend production at its British plant for six days in April after the UK leaves the European Union on March 29.The decision follows an assessment of how best to prepare for any logistics and border problems following Brexit.“These contingency provisions have been put in place ...

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A problem shared

2019-01-11T12:34:00+00:00By Tony Danby

Packaging experts working across the automotive industry are continually looking for better visibility when tracking the container and its contents to the point of delivery and back. 

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Bigger vehicles, bigger challenges

2018-11-02T16:56:20+00:00By Marcus Williams

Last year, GM sold around 3m vehicles in the US, with roughly 775,000 imported from Canada and Mexico and the rest coming from around the world, mainly from South Korea, China and Europe. Combining deep-sea and short-sea volumes, the carmaker used seaports to receive close to 200,000 vehicles into the ...

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Gestamp opens first plant in Japan

2018-10-30T17:40:17+00:00By Steve Garnsey

Spanish automotive parts manufacturer Gestamp has inaugurated a manufacturing unit in Matsusaka, central Japan, the company’s first in the country. Gestamp Hot Stamping Japan will work for Japanese OEMs, starting with Honda.

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GPA expands ro-ro and rail capacity at Brunswick

2018-10-30T10:57:57+00:00By Marcus Williams

Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has announced it will be adding 24 hectares (60 acres) to support vehicle handling at the port of Brunswick over the next 12 months, creating 8,250 car parking spaces. It also said it would be doubling dockside rail capacity for building loads for inland distribution.

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Pressing a point

2018-10-15T10:31:14+01:00By Mike Farish, ams_mikefarish

Slightly to the north of Wolverhampton in the UK’s industrial Midlands – and perhaps more crucially just a few miles off a key transport route, the M6 motorway – lies one of the latest additions to the worldwide roster of production facilities for stamped automotive metal parts. In mid-September, Spanish-owned ...

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Taking cover from the heat

2018-10-12T12:32:03+01:00By Malcolm Wheatley, Malcolm Ramsay

In late August 2017, Hurricane Harvey – the storm that devastated the Caribbean, flattening Puerto Rico – made landfall on the Texas coast. The second-costliest tropical cyclone on record and the third hurricane of the exceptionally active 2017 hurricane season, it inflicted a reported $125 billion in damage and, according ...

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Tariffs disrupting US car industry, lawmakers told

2018-10-03T13:33:07+01:00By Steve Garnsey

Representatives from carmakers, tier suppliers and the dealership sector were amongst those warning of the enormously disruptive impact of continued import tariffs in the US. Last week’s US Senate Finance Committee hearing in Washington, DC heard that duties on vehicles and automotive parts into the US, as proposed by the ...

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CAR says clock is ticking but no need for alarm

2018-09-26T17:06:49+01:00By Victoria Johns

Nafta re-negotiations and the ongoing trade disputes between the US and China are creating considerable uncertainty in the automotive industry, but that does not change the need to keep the supply chain international; if anything, cross-border logistics services have become even more important.

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Japanese carmakers count the cost of natural disasters

2018-09-11T11:24:12+01:00By Marcus Williams

The majority of OEMs in Japan appear to have missed the main brunt of a typhoon that hit Japan’s central region around Osaka last week and of an earthquake in Hokkaido, in the north of the country, that followed shortly after – though production at Toyota’s car assembly plants has ...

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Kuehne + Nagel joins forces with Sincero in China

2018-08-28T16:05:45+01:00By Marcus Williams

Kuehne + Nagel has agreed to create a new joint venture with Chinese firm Sincero that will provide contract logistics services to the automotive sector there. KN will take a majority stake in the new company.

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Dana McBrien takes lead role at AutoSphere

2018-08-24T12:15:10+01:00By Steve Garnsey

Dana McBrien (pictured) has moved from his role as associate chief advisor at Honda North America to become ‘guiding architect’ for AutoSphere, a digital supply chain system (previously referred to as the Automotive Supply Chain Data Ecosystem) developed by US information technology and packaging specialist, Surgere.

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Standoff between the US and Turkey raises questions for OEMs

2018-08-22T14:36:37+01:00By Ian Henry

The collapse in the value of the Turkish lira and the political stand-off between Turkey and the US have some potentially serious consequences for the continued growth of the automotive sector in the country.

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