The "Pass" factory in Bijeljina, which produces flexible pipes for the automotive industry, announced the expansion of its plant and the possibility of the American company "Tesla", which is owned by Elon Musk, coming to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Now this information has been confirmed by the owner of the "Pass"
ŠKODA AUTO site since 1946, state-of-the-art component plant since 2012 The Vrchlabí plant was founded back in 1864 and has been a ŠKODA AUTO site since 1946. The company initially manufactured cars here before the production facility was converted into a cutting-edge component plant, with a new factory hall being
Turkey's auto industry, which accounts for around 80% of its exports to Europe, is now looking to alternative markets as sales in the region begin and are expected to fall further. The semiconductor crisis and supply problems continue to have a negative impact on the automotive industry. In the first
The output of Hungarian automobile production, the engine of industrial growth, declined 33.7% yoy in August as the global semiconductor shortage hit factories, the Bureau of Statistics (KSH) said in a second reading in October. KSH confirmed that aggregate industrial production increased by 2.6% and 0.6% after
London / Cologne The automaker said it is investing £ 230 million ($ 316 million) in converting its transmission plant in Halewood, northwest England, to produce electric propulsion units for future all-electric Ford cars and commercial vehicles that will be sold in Europe. Production is scheduled to begin in 2024, Ford announced on
An unprecedented and worsening material shortage, especially in semiconductors, is creating a mismatch between supply and demand in the European automotive sector that could last until the first half of 2022. This gives automakers a unique opportunity to drop prices after nearly $ 20. increase of + 3-6% years of compulsions. In
On Thursday, Stellantis announced it would invest more than 30 billion euros ($ 35.54 billion) in the electrification of its vehicle lineup by 2025. The plant will be located at its engine plant in Termoli, Italy, and will join previously announced plants in Germany and France. The automaker has also
Vauxhall owner Stellantis has announced that it will invest £ 100m in building electric cars and vans in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, making it the UK's first major vehicle-only factory. It will build four electric vans and their car equivalents under the Vauxhall, Opel, Peugeot and Citroën brands by Stellantis at the
Nissan is reportedly urging the UK government to allocate tens of millions of pounds to build a new electric car battery "gigafactory" in Sunderland. The Japanese automaker hopes to support the construction of a facility that can produce up to 200,000 batteries per year at Nissan's existing Sunderland site.
Stellantis and Apple iPhone contract assembler Foxconn have reached an agreement to form a joint venture, and an auto industry supplier, that will focus on developing technologies for connected cars. They say the company, called Mobile Drive, will accelerate time-to-market for the industry's most advanced connected car and car technologies.
It is by far the largest industrial settlement in the region for a century, and the Brandenburg Minister for Economic Affairs, Jörg Steinbach, has described it as an opportunity for the region to "become a leading location for the energy transition in Germany and Europe". Musk has promised to create
The economically important automotive industry in Germany is in a phase of shutdown, production standstills and declining sales. The sector supports tens of thousands of jobs in Germany, and exports are vital to the economy of the entire country. However, demand has fallen and the industry is facing major challenges