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Bürkert UK has significantly increased its off-the-shelf offering with more than £1 million of Bürkert stock-holding now kept on British […]
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has announced the development of a unique dot forming technology that delivers high-precision shaping by combining laser, […]
Specialist tooling solutions supplier, Cogsdill-Nuneaton Ltd, invested in a new high-performance Doosan vertical machining centre for its capacity, machining capabilities, […]
The automotive aftermarket is undergoing major changes in Europe and worldwide due to market maturity, evolving customer preferences and expectations, […]
As time goes by we evolve, as does the technology surrounding us. We want more for less, higher power, smoother […]
Having to rapidly adjust to changing consumer demands and OEM requirements to incorporate the latest technology for machines in the […]
CalAmp (Nasdaq: CAMP), a technology solutions pioneer transforming the global connected economy, today announced it has licensed intellectual property from […]
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The automotive industry is a vital contributor to the global economy. Global profits for automotive OEMs are predicted to rise by 50% to €79 billion by the year 2020. Two-thirds of this growth is expected to come from emerging markets, particularly China, presenting a power shift in the global order of automotive manufacturing. In the UK alone, the automotive industry accounts for more than £82 billion of annual turnover and employs around 186,000 people directly in manufacturing. However, the motor industry is negotiating some of the most daunting challenges it has ever faced. Tightening environmental legislation is driving the first major departure away from combustion engines and powertrains towards greener alternatives, like battery electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. While Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things are fuelling the race to launch Autonomous Vehicles, which could drastically alter the way we drive, own and manufacture vehicles.
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