Motor Codes stabilises complaint calls rise

The free advice line operated by Motor Codes has stabilised the number of complaints about service and repair garages received by Consumer Direct

Nissan to re-launch third shift

A third production shift will be re-introduced at Nissan’s Sunderland plant creating 400 fixed-term jobs the company announced today.

Webinar: Vehicle production outlook and economic forecast for 2010 – 22 January 2010

November 2009 saw the first increase in vehicle production since September 2008 – up by almost 13%, but overall vehicle production for the year is down by over 37%.  Key economic indicators point to a weak, slow and disjointed recovery. Continuing on from SMMT’s successful series last year, this webinar focused on vehicle production outlook and

IMechE to hold seminar on ITS

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) has organised a one-day seminar on 15 April 2010

Sunderland City Council focuses on UK automotive

SMMT chief executive Paul Everitt addressed a parliamentary seminar this afternoon focused on how local government can support the growth of low carbon technologies.

Scrappage scheme exit system set in motion

Government announced today it is to introduce a quota system to motor manufacturers for the remainder of the car scrappage scheme fund