Tenneco develops Gasoline Particulate Filter technology

Company to launch new gasoline particulate filter (GPF) technology ahead of Euro 6c emissions regulation Tenneco has announced that it is leveraging its expertise in diesel particular filter technology to develop gasoline particulate filters for 2017 model year light vehicles. These filters are designed for gasoline direct injection (GDI) engines to reduce particulate emissions in […]

Faurecia signs broad agreement with Dongfeng Motor Corporation

Faurecia, one of the world’s leading automotive equipment suppliers, and Dongfeng Hongtai, a majority-owned subsidiary of Dongfeng Motor Corporation, one of China’s largest automobile groups, have signed on March 27, 2015 a broad partnership agreement through the creation of a joint-venture. This joint venture will serve Dongfeng and its automotive partners for passenger and commercial […]

Honda Japan bestows BorgWarner with 2014 Supplier Quality Excellence Award

BorgWarner’s Facilities in Nabari and Aoyama, Japan, Recognized for Delivering Highest Levels of Quality BorgWarner’s manufacturing plants in Nabari and Aoyama, Japan, were presented with a Supplier Excellence Award from Honda Japan, recognizing best-in-class quality in 2014. This is the second consecutive year BorgWarner has received the award. “At BorgWarner, we passionately pursue excellence in […]

Toyota honours Tenneco with Supplier Award

Company’s Clean Air Division Recognized for Excellence in Supplier Diversity Tenneco, a global supplier of clean air and ride performance products and systems was recognized with an Excellence Award in Supplier Diversity for its Clean Air Division from Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. (TEMA) at its Annual Supplier Business Meeting (ABM) on March 10. Held […]

Continental electronics plants under new management in Industry 4.0

One of the largest electronics manufacturing organizations in the automotive industry is under new management: Henner Cnyrim is passing on the responsibility for Continental’s electronics plants to Hans-Jürgen Braun. Cooperative robotics and big data: on the path to the production of tomorrow with Industry 4.0 With 27 plants and approximately 35,000 employees worldwide, Continental’s electronics […]

Schaeffler opens Technology Center in India

Schaeffler’s location in Vadodara, India has been awarded the Schaeffler Technology Center (STC) certificate and is now a part of the corporate Global Technology Network. This was preceded by a multilevel structured process to verify that the local engineers can demonstrate a defined performance spectrum and are able to implement it in their daily work. […]

Cummins showcases results of ATLAS 2.8-litre diesel engine program

Cummins Inc. is showcasing the results of a four-year joint program with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) at the Mid-America Trucking Show. The Advanced Technology Light Automotive Systems (ATLAS) program was initiated to develop a commercially viable diesel engine for the half-ton pickup truck market that is capable of meeting future Tier 2 Bin […]

Mitsubishi Electric invests $33 million increase alternator production

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has announced that it will invest approximately four billion yen, or approximately 33 million USD, in its subsidiary Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc. (MEAA) to expand and newly construct facilities for the increased production of high-efficiency alternators. The move is the latest step in an ongoing expansion of MEAA’s North American market. […]

BorgWarner Expands facility, plans to make Eco-Friendly Emissions Technologies

BorgWarner expanded its manufacturing facility at its campus in Ramos-Arizpe, Mexico, to meet increasing demand for emissions technologies in North America. The facility will produce exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) modules, ignition coils and coolant control valves for gasoline- and diesel-powered passenger cars, minivans and light-duty trucks. The expansion will increase capacity for current products as […]