Motor Show 2004 nets over £60 million additional income for the West Midlands with gross spending reaching £108.5 million.
Nissan has announced that a fifth model will be built at its manufacturing plant in Sunderland.
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has fully approved the SMMT New Car Code of Practice, the first in any industry to gain ”Stage Two approval”.
Today (23 September 2004) SMMT releases figures for August 2004 car and commercial vehicle production in the UK
Next year’s Automotive Trade Show@CV Show, from 5 to 7 April 2005 at the NEC in Birmingham, will be the focus for diagnostics specialists.
Latest SMMT figures show that, despite a rain-drenched summer, registrations of new topless models have soared this year.
4×4 sales in the UK continue to rise, but London sales are lower than the national average.
The SMMT Supplier Campus 2004 will offer the chance to bring success to components suppliers at home and on the international stage.
Today (9 September 2004) SMMT released August registration figures for the UK bus and coach sectors.
Organisers of the Automotive Trade Show@CV Show, at the NEC in Birmingham have confirmed that exhibitor space sales for the 2005 event are already well ahead of the 2004 figures at this time last year.