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Memo to salaried employees: ‘The steps we are taking allow us to maintain momentum, remain agile, and create a more competitive GM.’
Automated vehicles are a hot topic both inside and outside the connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) industry. Many vehicle manufacturers are working on bringing automated vehicles to the commercial market, and as such, the wider public is hearing about their capabilities and possible applications for the first time.
Global automakers are investing billions to set up EV battery plants, as demand surges for less polluting transport amid a push by governments to make them more affordable.
According to Jérémie Papin, it has never been a better time to be a Nissan dealer. The senior vice president of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and chairperson of Nissan Americas spoke today at the Automotive Forum of New York about Nissan’s position for growth and vision for the future.
Global Automotive Battery Management System Market to 2027: Rising Adoption of Electric Vehicles and Increasing Development in BMS Technology Drives Growth
The Global automotive battery management system market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 13.33% during the forecast period to reach USD 9,615.26 million by 2027, owing to the shift towards electric vehicles and global initiatives toward reducing emissions.
EUROPE’S LEADING DISTRIBUTOR OF AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET PARTS SELECTS AND GOES LIVE ON GEP’S PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY CHAIN SOFTWARE
GEP®, a leading provider of procurement and supply chain strategy, software and managed services to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises worldwide, announced that LKQ Europe —…
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