G&P will provide BMW with inspection, rectification and technical services on inbound parts being delivered into its new EV plant in Hungary
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
Gestamp’s digitalisation lead, Diego Mallada, explains how the tier one supplier is navigating the digital future, as well as creating it
Diego Mallada explains how Gestamp’s digital ecosystem and its global federated network will reshape automotive logistics
JLR has signed a contract with parts supplier Evtec Aluminium worth $67m for the supply of EV powertrain parts
Sören Stade, head of logistics at Project St. Thomas, PowerCo discusses PowerCo’s mission to be on the cutting edge of supply chain logistics, at ALSC Mexico.
The chair will focus on promoting innovation, agility and green transformation across the supply chain.
Peter Koltai, senior director of logistics at Volkswagen de México discusses how the division is getting ready for electrification across the country and how to find synergies between the plants and the wider VW Group.
The UK’s automotive manufacturing output has topped 1m units for the first time since 2019, but SMMT said UK Canada trade talk suspension is disappointing.
Logistics experts from across VW Group’s global divisions speak to Automotive Logistics about collaborating internationally.
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.
Houthi attacks on vessels passing through the Red Sea are increasing, causing container ship and ro-ro operators to reroute vessels to avoid danger. Follow Automotive Logistics’ live blog for the latest updates.
Powertrain and seat manufacturer Hyundai Transys is using autonomous mobile robots supplied by Thira Robotics for in-plant logistics at its facility in Alambama
This year has seen greater efforts to stabilise the supply of key components and investments in localised production of electric vehicles on both sides of the Atlantic
At this year’s ALSC Mexico conference, Ulises Neri Flores from the United Nations outlined what automotive companies needed to do to be more sustainable in battery sourcing
JAC México is planning to be a core part of Mexico’s EV supply chain for the next 100 years, the division’s manager Isidoro Massri told delegates at Automotive Logistics & Supply Chain Mexico 2023
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Leonardo Martins spoke to Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief, Automotive Logistics about Bocar’s decades-long foothold in Mexico and nearshoring as the market grows.