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The new machinery directive

The long process needed to revise the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) came to an end on 21 April last, when the European Commission presented the proposal for a new Regulation

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

A “green” future for automotive components

The rules on harmful emissions are becoming increasingly stringent and suppliers as well as consulting companies are coming to the aid of manufacturers with flexible proposals

Need wheels?

Light, larger, with smaller sections but still approved. The Italian wheel sector focuses on production quality to accompany the evolution of our vehicles with safe, efficient and, of course, stylish products.

Hi-tech innovation - how cars and maintenance are changing

The level of assistance continues to grow thanks to Adas (Advance Driver Assistance System). Let's find out which are the most popular throughout the market, the technologies used, what kind of assistance and maintenance they require, what are companies offering and the turnover generated.

Automotive and IT come together in Las Vegas

Kenichiro Yoshida, president and CEO of Sony, following the presentation of the first prototype car designed by the Japanese hi-tech company at the Ces in Las Vegas