All Nissan articles – Page 9

  • DJI_0029
    Article

    North American ports go in search of the promised land

    2019-07-08T14:56:00Z

    US east coast ports have been grabbing land to handle increased volumes while some on the west coast deal with dramatic volume fluctuations. In Mexico, meanwhile, private investment is helping to deal with congestion. Marcus Williams reports on the performance of North American vehicle handling ports in 2018

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    Article

    Nissan North America: On track to cut container pool shrinkage

    2019-06-25T15:20:00Z

    Container pool shrinkage is an issue that has a costly impact on OEMs and tier suppliers across the automotive industry. At various points in the extended supply chains which support today’s vehicle manufacturing operations, containers go missing, are misused or are even stolen to be resold and used elsewhere

  • Kasai_R-TEKbuilding
    News

    Kasai UK looks for new customers amid changing markets

    2019-06-19T12:58:00Z

    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. Kasai’s RTek facility in Washington, UK Declining demand for diesel cars, a ...

  • Brexit flags
    News

    Hard Brexit fear haunts UK's finished vehicle sector

    2019-06-12T10:38:00Z

    British vehicle transporter ECM has expressed concerns about implications for the automotive industry should the UK exit the European Union (EU) without an agreement on October 31

  • Electric vehicles such as this Nissan Leaf in Johannesburg are a rare sight on South African roads
    Article

    South Africa's dream of an EV supply base

    2019-06-03T16:35:00Z

    Despite negligible EV sales at home, South Africa is looking to become an exporter of their components and is putting an incentives scheme into place. But can it succeed?

  • Russia wants to export more components. On the photo - Yekaterinburg customs
    Analysis

    A special case: how Russia hopes to boost local production with investment contracts

    2019-05-20T11:16:00Z

    Russia is attempting to boost tier supplier capacity via contracts with OEMs and logistics subsidies for parts makers, but it is unclear how successful this will be

  • Port of Tyne car terminal
    Article

    European ports prepare for the worst but hope for the best

    2019-05-03T12:59:00Z

    While vehicle import and export trade through the UK remained strong in 2018, the ports handling that trade were working under the gathering clouds of Brexit uncertainty. Figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that the UK exported over 1.2m new passenger vehicles last year, 81.5% ...

  • Brose_AGV(L)
    Article

    Brose adopts AGVs to improve efficiency

    2019-04-23T13:23:00Z

    Automotive parts supplier, Brose, has announced it is using automated guided vehicles (AGVs) at one of its UK plants in Coventry to optimise logistics operations, achieve efficiency gains and win new business on future model launches.

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    Article

    Drewry warns of Trump trade tariffs

    2019-04-17T10:28:00Z

    Proposed US automotive tariffs would have a negative impact on east-west trade routes as American imports of finished vehicles and automotive parts would likely decrease in 2020 and 2021, according to a white paper published last week by Drewry. Specialist car carriers and leading container lines will suffer, along with ...

  • FordBadge
    Article

    Ford names new leaders amid shake-up

    2019-04-16T10:33:00Z

    Joe Hinrichs will become Ford’s president, automotive, from May 1, as one of a series of top management changes the company is making during its ongoing, worldwide reorganisation. Hinrichs has served the OEM for 19 years, most recently leading its global operations. ”Joe Hinrichs possesses the knowledge, experience and ...

  • Port of Tyne (4)
    Article

    Fighting for space at Europe’s ports

    2019-04-12T16:51:00Z

    European vehicle-handling ports faced a squeeze on space last year for several reasons, including wild fluctuations in distribution patterns caused by WLTP implementation. But the situation is now improving, due to investment in infrastructure and digital technology

  • Fondevilla_Sese
    Article

    Dudek replaces Fondevilla at Ceva Logistics

    2019-04-10T14:18:00Z

    Antonio Fondevilla Martinez (pictured), has left Ceva Logistics to take up a new role as chief commercial officer at Spanish logistics provider Grupo Sesé. Dave Dudek has taken over his role as executive vice-president of the global automotive and tyre sector. Dudek has been with Ceva for ten years, most ...

  • R-Rak_Showcase_LoadedContainer-1 feature
    Article

    Containerisation: Why finished vehicle logistics needs to think inside the box

    2019-04-05T16:02:00Z

    While ro-ro is the traditional method of shipping finished vehicles, containerisation is becoming increasingly viable as the automotive industry decentralises and introduces more EVs. Growth in China and South East Asia offers particularly good opportunities

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    Article

    Attendees

    2019-04-03T14:15:00Z

    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 ...

  • Rick_Levitin_Nissan
    Article

    Nissan turns to tablets to increase sales

    2019-04-03T14:02:00Z

    The retail service that carmakers and their dealers provide is becoming as important to the customer as the vehicle itself. Digital technology is transforming how vehicles and aftermarket parts are supplied and sold, as a new generation of buyers demands greater choice and convenience. Looking for a more sophisticated ‘pull’ ...

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    Article

    DSV reaches agreement to integrate Panalpina

    2019-04-02T14:17:00Z

    Danish logistics provider DSV has reached an agreement with rival Swiss firm Panalpina to merge operations following a takeover bid by the former worth $4.6 billion. If the offer meets regulatory approval in June, the combined company will take on the name DSV Panalpina and by the fourth quarter of ...

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    Article

    Cyber-attacks: not a question of if, but when

    2019-04-01T11:38:20Z

    As industry becomes ever more connected, the risk of cyber-attacks is increasing, delegates at this year’s Automotive Logistics Supply Chain Conference in Atlanta were warned.Automation, technology and network communications are now central to the daily operations of carmakers and their suppliers, with a vast amount of information and data now ...

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    Article

    Brexit uncertainty causing concern for automotive

    2019-03-20T11:53:00Z

    With a reliance on just-in-time and just-in-sequence supply chains, the automotive industry is one of the most vulnerable sectors to disruption caused by a disorderly British exit from the EU

  • inifiniti QX30
    Article

    Nissan ends Infiniti production in Europe

    2019-03-19T11:13:20Z

    Nissan is to cease assembly of its Infiniti luxury brand in the UK as part of a wider restructure that includes withdrawal from Western Europe, in order to focus on its largest growth markets in North America and China.Production of the Q30 and QX30 at the Sunderland plant in north-east ...

  • Lada_AvtoVaz
    Article

    Russian exports rise but subsidies in doubt

    2019-02-26T15:17:21Z

    Russia exported vehicles and parts worth $3.38 billion last year, an 11% increase compared with 2017, according to new research from the Russian analytical agency Auto News.Information from Russia’s Industry and Trade Ministry indicates that the majority of export sales remain within the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and only ...