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European rail CEOs call on von der Leyen to protect railways from skyrocketing electricity prices

Land transportation CER: The Voice of European Railways - 2022-10-14

In an open letter sent yesterday by the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) to the European Commission, European rail CEOs called for further extraordinary measures to safeguard rail as the backbone of sustai …

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Sony, Honda aim to deliver premium EV with subscription fees in 2026

Automotive Industry Reuters - 2022-10-13

A joint venture set up by Japan's Sony Group Corp and Honda Motor is aiming to deliver its first electric vehicles by 2026 and will sell them online, starting in the United States and Japan. …

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Electric cars: 6 EU countries have less than 1 charger per 100km of road; 1 charger in 7 is fast

Automotive Industry ACEA - 2022-10-13

Not only is there an insufficient number of electric charging points along the road networks in most EU countries, but the vast majority of these do not charge quickly enough, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Associati …

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MOSOLF and Stanley Robotics join forces to launch their first compound rebotisation

Members Corner Stanley Robotics - 2022-10-13

Stanley Robotics and MOSOLF lay the foundation for the future: the go-live for automated compound logistics! …

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Cheaper, stronger, further: by 2035, all new electric freight trucks will beat diesel

Land transportation Transport & Environment - 2022-10-12

The EU looks set to only allow sales of zero-emissions cars from 2035, and now lawmakers grappling with truck pollution are asking the question: is getting to 100% zero-emission truck sales feasible? …

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Toyota Mississippi approves DeGould Digital Vehicle Inspection System

Members Corner DeGloud - 2022-10-12

In January 2022, DeGould installed an Auto-Compact digital vehicle inspection system at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi. …

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Winter is Coming: The auto industry faces significant risk exposure from the looming European energy crunch

News from Brussels S&P Global Mobility - 2022-10-11

With energy prices in Europe skyrocketing, placing business bottom lines in triage mode, a harsh winter could place certain automotive sectors at risk of being unable to keep their production lines running. …

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A strong auto industry has its place in Europe’s green and digital transformation

News from Brussels ACEA - 2022-10-11

On Thursday 6 October 2022, more than 150 auto industry experts and high-level stakeholders joined the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) autumn reception. …

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Audi considers first US plant to remain in race for EV tax credits

Automotive Industry elective.com - 2022-10-11

Audi is considering building a factory to make electric vehicles in the US. Oliver Hoffmann, responsible for Technical Development, said Audi would make a decision early next year. …

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Swiss EV startup Piech names former Aston Martin, Genesis execs as co-CEOs

Automotive Industry Automotive News Europe - 2022-10-11

Swiss EV startup Piech Automotive has appointed the former Aston Martin CEO Tobias Moers and the ex-global head of Hyundai’s Genesis brand, Manfred Fitzgerald, as co-CEOs. …

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