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    When will services be back on track?

    2018-07-09T14:12:23Z

    The state of the rail freight service in the US has been a leading topic of conversation for several months within vehicle supply chains, with discussions still ongoing between OEMs and rail providers. Questions around the availability of capacity and transit delays that have disrupted the timing of finished vehicle ...

  • MitsubishiXpander
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    Mitsubishi begins large-scale exports from Indonesia

    2018-05-02T09:37:10Z

    Mitsubishi Motors has begun sending the Xpander small MPV abroad from its assembly plant in Bekasi, Indonesia. It is the first time the Japanese carmaker has exported vehicles on a large scale from the country. The OEM said the move had been made possible by strong support from the Indonesian ...

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    Trump sanctions leave Gaz exports in doubt

    2018-04-25T13:02:29Z

    The production and export operations of Gaz Group in Russia remain up in the air, after the US first imposed and then delayed sanctions against its owner Oleg Deripaska this month. Deripaska was as one of seven Russian businessmen and 12 companies targeted by the US in early April in ...

  • Sagamihara_PDC
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    Nissan and Mitsubishi to share spare parts resources in Japan

    2018-04-24T17:35:00Z

    Nissan Motor and Mitsubishi Motors have arranged to jointly use a spare parts warehouse near Tokyo, Japan, and share a regional delivery network as part of efforts to work together more closely to reduce logistics costs. From October this year, the carmakers will share Nissan's 355,000 sq.m Sagamihara Parts Center, ...

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    Japan trials truck platooning

    2018-01-30T12:14:10Z

    Hino Motors, Isuzu Motors, Volvo group-owned UD Trucks and Daimler subsidiary Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus have begun highway testing of truck platooning in Japan, under a project backed by the government. Each platoon consists of three 12-metre trucks, spaced about 35 metres apart and driving at 80km/h on motorways ...

  • Localization of the second and third tier is much lower as compared to the first tier
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    Russian regulation: Get local or get going

    2018-01-10T11:33:04Z

    The industrial assembly policy that Russia’s government has been pursuing since 2008 initially looked to have played out quite well, encouraging the world’s leading automotive manufacturers to build assembly plants in the country. But after several economic crises, including a sharp devaluation of the rouble in 2014 and subsequent market ...

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    First volumes of Mitsubishi Eclipse land in the UK

    2018-01-03T12:34:43Z

    The first shipment of Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUVs has been delivered to the UK via Portbury Docks in Bristol, ahead of the model’s launch in the country later this month. Further shipments are planned in coming weeks, according to the carmaker. The vehicle is being made at Mitsubishi’s plant in ...

  • MitsubishiBuyOnline-carconfigurator
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    Mitsubishi becomes latest carmaker to launch online sales platform in the UK

    2017-11-07T12:47:56Z

    Mitsubishi Motors has become the latest carmaker to let consumers buy its entire range of new vehicles online. The company says its offering differs from others on the market in that it allows buyers to choose how much of the transaction process they would like to complete online and how ...

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    NYK bids to take full ownership of its Yusen Logistics subsidiary

    2017-11-01T14:29:27Z

    NYK has tendered an offer to take 100% ownership of its subsidiary Yusen Logistics, with a buyout offer equal to 25.6 billion yen ($224.8m). The Japanese shipping company currently owns 59.5% of Yusen Logistics, which was established in 2010 through the combination of NYK Logistics and Yusen Air & Sea ...

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    Daimler unveils all-electric heavy-duty truck concept

    2017-10-30T09:28:43Z

    Daimler Trucks has revealed a concept E-Fuso all-electric heavy-duty Vision One truck and says a production version could be available in four years. The E-Fuso Vision One has a gross vehicle weight of about 23 tonnes and a payload capacity of approximately 11 tonnes – two tonnes less than its ...

  • 20 year 2
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    This changing world...

    2017-10-17T10:36:54Z

    Click here to access more Automotive Logistics 20th anniversary features Over the past two decades a number of major global events have had a significant impact on global automotive supply chains, from new technologies, external disruptors entering the industry, catastrophes (both manmade and natural), and political earthquakes. There is ...