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    AL FVL autumn 2022 digital edition - Structural changes for sustainable supply chains


    The autumn 2022 edition of Automotive Logistics and Finished Vehicle Logistics magazine features in-depth interviews with Audi and GM, as well as insight into the latest legislation affecting US supply chain logistics

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    Keeping the flow – ensuring tier one supply chain continuity in the era of disruption


    Executives from major tier-1 suppliers and logistics providers reveal the flexibility and tools they have used to minimise downtime and delivery delays.

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    Service parts part 2: Next-generation service


    Executives we spoke to… BMW GroupWolfgang Baumann, vice-president of parts logistics management, has been with the company since 1985 and spent most of his career in sales planning and commercial operations in Germany, before moving into his current role in service parts logistics in 2010. While he claims ...

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    Kobe’s data manipulation halts shipments, ripples through Japanese industry


    Car manufacturers in Japan are checking the extent to which they are affected by using incorrectly certified parts from Kobe Steel that has brought a halt to its shipments and could have impacts across the supply chain in Japan.Internal quality and government-ordered safety checks are being carried out after the ...

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    What to watch in 2017


    The automotive supply chain could take several knocks in 2017 from rising protectionism and regulatory changes. Automotive Logistics consults its crystal ball to highlight some of the potential hotspots…North AmericaWhich way will Trump blow? There will be worries, especially in Mexico, about overhauls to Nafta or import rules, though it ...

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    Global conference: Know your supply chain better


    Manufacturers and logistics providers at the Automotive Logistics Global conference are doing more to integrate their supply chains from end to end, and are keen to use data and analytics to anticipate problems before they arise.

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    Supply Chain Conference executive report: A connection worth more than the sum of its parts


    The first Automotive Logistics Supply Chain conference explored the extreme complexity of production and service parts logistics across North America. Amid rising global and regional flows, opportunities for freight consolidation and new ways of collaborating across the industry emerged. Christopher Ludwig reports from Atlanta, Georgia.[sta_anchor id="1"]The growth in the automotive ...

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    Parts shortage halts FCA production


    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) cancelled production shifts across two different sites last week due to a parts shortage.At the FCA plant in Toledo, Ohio, which manufactures the Jeep Cherokee, a spokesperson confirmed that only partial shifts ran on Monday and Tuesday morning, with the second shift on Tuesday being cancelled. ...

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    Supply Chain Conference: Increasing recalls are a heavy burden for logistics


    The increase in vehicle recalls, from safety to emissions issues, is putting more pressure on OEM supply chains to find parts, store more inventory and manage expectations, write Marcus Williams and Christopher Ludwig in Atlanta (l to r) Toyota's Eduardo Huante, Ford's Helmut Nittmann and Volkswagen's Anu GoelOver recent years, ...

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    Lanka Harness: Out of Asia


    Rohan Gunasekera reports on Sri Lankan supplier Lanka Harness’s global success and expansion in Mexico, and the local supply chain its executive chairman, Rohan Pallewatta, hopes to build for the company at homeLanka Harness, a Sri Lankan company that supplies impact sensors for airbags and seatbelts, has recently been making ...

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    Coming to an automotive supply chain near you


    The 16th Automotive Logistics Global conference, at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center, brought together an industry growing and with positive outlooks. However, the potential changes heralded by the digital economy could upend business as usual. The question is when? Discussing disruption: (l to r) XPO's Bradley Jacobs; UTi's Ed ...

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    Autoliv to supply 25m airbag parts in wake of Takata recall


    Automotive safety systems supplier, Autoliv, has signed agreements with a number of OEMs for the supply of airbag inflators in the wake of the recalls affecting parts supplied by rival supplier Takata.Defects with airbags manufactured and supplied by Takata were first recorded in April 2013 and since then, approximately 17m ...

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    Global round up: DHL adds for Asia-Europe; WWL to build; Airbag triggers BMW recall; Barloworld buy-out; Denso opens in Iowa; Renault Nissan Awards


    DHL adds Asia-Europe servicesDHL Global Forwarding, Freight has added two new routes between Asia and Europe for intermodal shipments, including those for the automotive sector. The first route offers daily rail shipments from Shanghai via the trans-Siberian route in the north and through the border at Malaszewicze in Poland ...

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    Aftermarket challenges for carmakers hit by recall


    Japanese carmakers including Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Mazda, have been forced to recall nearly 3.5m vehicles because of a defective passenger side airbag problem caused by a faulty inflator. The OEMs are now faced with a major aftermarket logistics challenge in sourcing and supplying replacements across the globe in ...

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    Gleaming the cube


    Simple, standardised packaging can help achieve increased container fill, flexibility and safety.The globalisation of automotive supply chains has prompted many changes in the packaging of automotive parts. Most parts moving in markets across Asia are shipped in expendable packaging, as are parts shipped across continents. There are some signs that ...