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Heinz-Jürgen Löw is the new Senior Vice President of Renault Brand LCV

Heinz-Jürgen Löw is about to replace Mark Sutcliffe, who leaves the company to pursue personal projects. «I am very happy to join Renault Group and to participate actively in the implementation of the Renaulution strategic plan. I am confident in our ability to master the future and to foster a pred...
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MAN invests 130 million euro on the expansion of Polish plant in Krakow

«The expansion of the plant is a key building block in our transformation. Our changes to the production network will make us significantly more competitive in these challenging times. In Krakow, we are creating an extremely flexible and variable site, which will allow us to manufacture everything f...
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ZF Commercial Vehicle Solutions officially launched, as of January 1st

The new division «combines ZF’s expertise in the commercial vehicle industry and will significantly advance solutions for safe, sustainable and digitized transport». The new division unites ZF’s former Commercial Vehicle Technology and Commercial Vehicle Control Systems divisions.
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ACEA, Martin Lundstedt (CEO of Volvo Trucks) is the new Chair of CV board

“2022 will be a decisive year on the road to zero-emission road freight transport”, he said. “Battery electric trucks are ready to hit the road in large numbers, and fuel-cell trucks will follow shortly. However, transport operators’ ability to invest in zero-emission trucks is directly linked to th...
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Acquisition completed. Akasol is now part of BorgWarner group

By taking over Akasol, BorgWarner has the target of increasing its presence in the e-mobility field and further strengthening its market position for battery systems. As a matter of fact, the US-based group is a primary player in the production of drivetrain components for the automotive industry.

A survey by Nissan: 70% of European drivers would consider an electric car

Nissan's survey based on e-mobility and the acceptance of electric cars. The survey involved a sample of 7000 drivers across Europe, 50% of whom own an electric vehicle and the remaining 50% have a car with a combustion engine. 70%1 of European drivers said yes, mainly because of the environmental b...

Volkswagen outlines roadmap for climate-neutral mobility by 2050

Volkswagen has a detailed plan for decarbonizing the company and its products, to be net carbon neutral by 2050 at the latest. As well as accelerating the transition to e-mobility, the production - including supply chain - and operation of electric cars is to be made net carbon neutral.
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