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British automotive manufacturing plants reduce CO2 emissions by -2.8% to deliver lowest carbon footprint on record. Electrified vehicles reach record levels of output as investment in low carbon production delivers more ultra-low and zero emission vehicles to UK roads. Renewable

Editor: John Joe Chiasson, Territory Sales Executive for Automotive with DXC Technology Author: Steve Nesbitt, Chief Programme Engineer with The Manufacturing Technology Centre Author: Phil Mullis, Chief Technologist for Manufacturing with DXC Technology Author: Bruce Sneddon, Lead Consultant for Manufacturing

Article written by Munish Sharma who is heading Customer Experience Management (CEM) value engine of the Innovation and Transformation Group at TCS UK & Ireland. He has over 17 years of automotive industry experience focusing on digital transformation of manufacturing industry. Introduction

Article written by igus. Introduction In recent years, cable management has come into the limelight because even though robots have become more complex, machine reliability has increased dramatically. Unfortunately, the methods used to attach and guide cables and hoses on

27 February 2018 #Emissions #Environment #SMMT News

New cars on sale in 2017 emit -12.6% less carbon dioxide than the equivalent older models, but average UK new car CO2 rises 0.8%.

It’s tempting to think that buses are restricted in terms of design. Fundamentally, they have to be large rectangular vehicles, capable of fitting as many people on board as possible. However, designers can play with a number of different areas,

16 October 2017 #Funding and support

October’s edition of the funding and support guide is now available to download below. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD

01 August 2017 #Funding and support

August’s edition of the funding and support guide is now available to download below. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD

31 July 2017 #Reports Archive

The automotive aftermarket is a vital part of the UK economy. Through the franchised and independent networks, it provides motorists with choices over how they service and repair their vehicles. By keeping the country moving, the aftermarket delivers both direct

April’s edition of the funding and support guide is now available to download below. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD

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