Setting a long-term target similar to those of the European Union, Japan and China provides the auto industry with a stable market big enough to support sustained innovation, said Eaton’s Vehicle Group.
VW and other large OEMs are learning that they don't have all of the leverage in their relationships with suppliers.
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ANA, the launch customer for the 787, has been in talks with Rolls-Royce on problems with the engines since March.
Prevent Group will restart deliveries as soon as possible, and Volkswagen’s affected factories will gradually return to normal production.
Johnson Controls is spinning off what's left of its auto business and refocusing on air conditioning and fire systems with the acquisition of Tyco International. Where will that leave Adient, the auto-parts spinoff?
The embattled automaker announced it will halt production at six plants due to supplier dispute.
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Supplier's dispute with Volkwagen jeopardizes production and highlights the degree to which a parts-maker can disrupt output as automakers rely increasingly on suppliers.