Schaeffler has invested in an updated telecoms system to help reduce call waiting times for mechanics needing technical advice for its range of LuK transmission, INA engine and FAG chassis products.
The NCTS has announced that it is reopening the service on a phased basis from this Monday, the 8th. of June 2020 with the reopening of 15 centres. It is subject to final approval from Government on Phase 2 of the Government’s Roadmap, which is due to be confirmed today.
Vehicle manufacturers (VMs) are constantly driven by the need to reduce emissions and improve the efficiency of their models, as well as increasing the percentage of the car that can be recycled. To achieve this, VMs have developed vehicle aerodynamics, lowered rolling resistance and introduced a large scale programme of vehicle light-weighting. The combined effects
Parts manufacturer, WAIglobal has enhanced its range of rotating electrics by adding four new starter motors, as it continues to press forward in the market.
The car industry has struggled as a direct result of the coronavirus in recent months, and many new vehicle manufacturers in the industry calling for the introduction of a scrappage scheme as the ultimate consumers incentive to purchase a new vehicle.
Original equipment (OE) manufacturer, Trico, is reminding technicians of customer care best practice, which in turn leads to valuable sales opportunities for workshops.
Ring Automotive has confirmed that its warehouse is now open with greater capacity than before; to fully support its customers, the transport industry and key workers.
Menzerna Polishing Compounds, available through Somora Motor Factors is holding its first ever online training programme at 3.00pm.
Irish consumers are deeply confused about the environmental impact of their motor vehicle and wider car options available to them, with almost eight out of 10 people also saying the government’s proposed 2030 ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars is unachievable.