Car maker Holden is expected to make about 80 forced redundancies today, according to reports, as it prepares to decrease daily output at Elizabeth.
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Researchers from QUT are investigating the place of vehicles and mobility in the Asia-Pacific Region and how it will change in years to come.
A new recall of cars by Toyota, Nissan and Honda has taken the total number of cars recalled over a Takata airbag fault to over 30 million.
General Motors is looking to boost its weak Indian sales and will establish a global manufacturing and export hub there.
Holden is recalling 26,000 of its Colorado utes and SUVs because they could catch fire.
Creating parts for imported vehicles was a possibility for components manufacturers.
Close to 1,000 jobs are likely to be lost across the whole auto sector as a result of Holden’s decision to cut 270 jobs in Adelaide, a union official says.
Toyota’s popularity has not suffered following its decision to end manufacturing in Australia, according to a survey of more than 12,000 Australians.
General Motors Holden will remove 270 positions from its Elizabeth factory production line as it decreases the number of vehicles made each day.
The “ghost” General Motors Holden train station at Dandenong South will not be upgraded or demolished, Public Transport Victoria has said.
Hyundai has opened Australia’s first ever hydrogen refueling station for cars at its headquarters in Sydney.
The Wolfsburg plant in North Germany, Headquarters of the Volkswagen group, is the largest car factory on the planet.
Ford’s David Dubensky has said he expected Indian automotive production to reach 7 million vehicles annually by 2020.
Automotive might be disappearing here, but Australian skills in the sector are valued in India, and opportunities are growing. Austrade’s Nicola Watkinson told Brent Balinski about why the times, and our way with “affordable excellence”, are right.
China’s reputation for 3D printing very big things has grown this week, with Sanya Sihai creating the country’s very first additively manufactured vehicle.
Last week emerging workplace technologies, new factories, and the hope of local car making beyond 2017 all featured highly.
Ford Australia CEO Bob Graziano, the man who announced that Ford would quit its local car making operations, has himself quit.
Australia produced its second highest number of caravans and motorhomes ever in 2014, according to figures from the peak industry group.
Ethan Automotive is reportedly seeking $600 million from the federal government for a planned Edinburgh Parks factory.