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Automotive puts money in “smart supply chains”

According to Sean Young, Deputy General Manager of Shenzhen Shentou Supply Chain Management.Co, cloud-based computing, faster communication networks and live-stream applications are the cornerstones of the aftermarket’s future cross-border supply chain

The long road to a full recovery

According to Silvano Guelfi, scientific director of the Automotive independent aftermarket research centre at the Politecnico di Torino, to avoid future tensions it is necessary to rethink the relationship between production and consumption.

Not just a crossover

Toyota's extensive range expands with the new C-HR, revamped after four years with the model year 2020, which redefines the parameters of its category. New engine and full hybrid option across the range.

Tires with a “sixth sense”

It was November 1, 2014, when all newly registered vehicles were required by law to be equipped with tire pressure measurement systems (TPMS). Since then, the offer on the market in terms of sensors, programs and diagnostic tools has undergone major developments.

The Service Giver

Without making any reference to organisations that were recent­ly forced, due to the Covid 19 pandemic, to cancel or postpone events at the last minute.


Coronavirus: Egea calls for support measures for the supply chain in a letter to the European Commission

ELT: a new decree now in force

After years of waiting, the new decree by the Ministry of the Environment on the management of end-of-life tires came into force last April. In fact, Decree no. 182 dated November 19, 2019 was published