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Successful Quality meeting with record attendance

News from ECG ECG - 2023-01-27

The last meeting of the Quality Working Group was held on 25 January with a record attendance! …

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Outlook 2023: Investment support will be key for a successful mobility transition – January Editorial by CLEPA President, Thorsten Muschal

Automotive Industry CLEPA - 2023-01-26

"The last few years have been challenging for the automotive sector, which has to manage the green and digital transition, despite the impact of the pandemic, the devastating war in Ukraine, supply chain shortages, volatile prices, p …

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Toyota's new CEO must navigate shift to clean energy

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-01-26

Koji Sato, who was named on Thursday as the future CEO of Toyota, is an engineer with a background in diesel engines who will be tasked with navigating the company's shift to clean energy. …

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Zero-Emission Trucks: Episode 7 – The future is already here

Automotive Industry ACEA - 2023-01-26

In this seventh episode of the #ZeroEmissionTrucks series, Gerrit Marx, Chief Executive Officer at Iveco Group, and Jens Meier, CEO of Hamburg Port Authority (HPA), discuss the deployment of #ZeroEmissionTrucks to support the decarbonisa …

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UK car production down but electric vehicle output surges to new record

Automotive Industry SMMT - 2023-01-26

UK car production declined -9.8% in 2022 to 775,014 units, according to the latest figures issued today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). …

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Driver shortages: IRU and EU commissioner explore solutions

News from Brussels IRU - 2023-01-25

IRU and EU Jobs and Social Rights Commissioner Nicolas Schmit met to discuss key social developments threatening the road transport industry and the broader EU economy. …

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Toyota's Czech plant to halt production during February

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-01-25

The Czech plant of Toyota will halt production for the month of February amid a parts shortage. …

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Tesla's slowing sales, shrinking margins in focus in EV price war

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2023-01-25

Tesla is expected to report the slowest sales growth in 10 quarters on underwhelming deliveries, days after its move to stir demand and choke competition by slashing prices on its electric cars. …

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World-unique methanol bunkering carried out in the Port of Gothenburg

Members Corner Port of Gothenburg - 2023-01-25

A milestone for the use of methanol as a marine fuel was achieved in the Port of Gothenburg on Monday 22 January 2023, as methanol propelled vessel Stena Germanica was the first non-tanker vessel in the world to be bunke …

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Fossil-free freight transport by 2040: The North Star of the trucking industry

News from Brussels ACEA - 2023-01-24

“European truck manufacturers are pushing ahead. They are leading the way in the transformation to carbon neutrality. The commitment to fossil-free freight transport by 2040 is a major ‘North Star’,” stated Sigrid de Vries. …

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Due to a technical issue related to the war in Ukraine, our ECG News website was not operational. We drafted a temporary page so that we keep publishing articles while we were working on creating a new ECG News website. You may find on this temporary page ‘ECG News archive’ articles from 25 May until 5 August 2022.