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By Automotive Logistics2009-07-22T00:00:00+01:00
Last week, the FT sources also reported that Toyota would supply hybrid batteries and engines to Mazda, as it already does for the hybrid version of the Nissan Altima sold in the US.
Senior supply chain and logistics leaders debate the key challenges and opportunities defining their organisations’ pathway to success.
Executives from Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) of Canada, SEA Electric and DSV discuss how electrification and digitalisation are changing supply chain requirements, including new partnerships, innovations and technologies to future proof growth and ensure efficiency.
Logistics and packaging providers are working increasingly with new start-up and traditional OEMs to meet the needs of EV supply chains. Executives from Ryder and Orbis share insights on the ongoing changes, challenges and opportunities.
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