Lear Corp. opens the first supplier plant in Flint in 30 years. GM's new processing center opening in Flint next year is its largest investment in a warehousing facility in the U.S. in 40 years.
Their report came after a site visit at the company’s Fremont, California, plant.
So far, such ships have struggled to penetrate major markets because of their limited battery capacity and a lack of charging infrastructure.
Scott Campbell is stepping down after three decades at Boeing, a career that encompassed all of the company’s current commercial aircraft product lines.
Autonomous vehicle startups that attracted interest based on the promise of future breakthroughs are struggling to solve difficult scientific and commercial problems.
The motorcycle maker has been the target of angry tweets from President Donald Trump since announcing in June it would move some production abroad to sidestep European tariffs.
“The shortage largely comes from the outdated image of mechanics and increase in demand," said MBUSA Vice President of Customer Service Christian Treiber.
Several analysts say Ford can no longer afford to pay the 15-cent dividend -- the most generous among its automotive peers -- as earnings evaporate overseas and the company initiates an $11 billion restructuring
Tecnoglass Inc. doesn’t have to pay the aluminum tariff since it mainly sells windows assembled in Colombia.
The Saudi Kingdom’s Public Investment Fund recently bought an almost 5% stake in the carmaker.