Bill Russo offers predictions for 2024 and beyond for the China automotive industry and its key players, among other interview topics.
Chijet Motor Company, Inc., a high-tech company engaged in the development, manufacture, sales and service of traditional fuel vehicles and new energy vehicles (“NEV”) in China, announced a strategic cooperation framework agreement with Changsha Automobile Innovation Research Institute and Zhiche Xinan (Suzhou) Information Security Technology Co. Ltd., that it said is aimed at significantly boosting
The company plans to extend its ADAS coverage to 200 cities across China by early 2024.
Among the topics covered is, “What are the three key differences between managing in Mexico compared to China?”
Dayco’s display included an alternator decoupler pulley, torque limiter and demos of its heavy-duty decouplers and viscous dampers for the Chinese commercial vehicle market.
AkzoNobel and China’s Wuxi El Pont Radiation Technology Co., Ltd. are exploring e-beam technology as an alternate curing method.
The company plans to transfer production of its bearing products from Korea to factories in China, India and Mexico.
MAHLE was awarded the “More Than a Market Awards 2023” in the Large Enterprise Group category.
Recent rural marketing events for Chijet’s New Energy Vehicles helped to execute its expansion strategy.
Dan Harris discusses key concerns for businesses that pull the plug on manufacturing in China.
Baidu’s Apollo Go autonomous ride-hailing platform is a step toward driverless airport transportation in China.
Chinese brands like BYD, XPENG and NIO are launching models across Europe in 2023.