Automotive Manufacturing Software, Production, Testing, PLM

The automotive industry involves the design, development, production, testing and sale of motor vehicles and related parts and equipment. Automotive manufacturing software solutions give automotive manufacturers the key capabilities needed to be more responsive to customers and suppliers. The manufacturing and supply chain software solutions can enable automotive companies and their suppliers to reduce time to market, improve plant floor production, and link supply chains more effectively through product lifecycle management PLM

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JCT600 invests over £1million in comms technology overhaul

JCT600 invests over £1million in comms technology overhaul

Privately owned motor firm JCT600 has invested over £1 million in a new cloud-based communications system to further improve its level of customer experience and legislative compliance.

3 Real-life Examples of How Indoor Tracking Boosts Productivity in Industry: VW, Budweiser and ENEL

3 Real-life Examples of How Indoor Tracking Boosts Productivity in Industry: VW, Budweiser and ENEL

Time is not just critical in industry, but it forms the fine line between maximized profitability, throwing money away on ineffective processes and bottlenecks, and risks to the safety of personnel. Find out how big league players Volkswagen, Budweiser and ENEL overcame this by introducing a real-time location system into their plants to increase the visibility of their production and logistic processes, remove costly bottlenecks, and boost their productivity and the safety of staff dramatically.

UK Automotive productivity up 208% since 1999, as industry highlights 20 years of sustainability gains

UK Automotive productivity up 208% since 1999, as industry highlights 20 years of sustainability gains

The progress of UK Automotive in sustainable development is revealed by new data published the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Heilind Electronics earns Americas Distributor of the Year Award

Heilind Electronics earns Americas Distributor of the Year Award

Molex recently honoured Heilind Electronics with 2018 Americas Distributor of the Year The annual award program recognises outstanding performance demonstrating sales achievements coupled with operational and management excellence in furthering Molex marketing efforts.

UK automotive sector missing out on £25bn due to lack of finance

UK automotive sector missing out on £25bn due to lack of finance

Wyelands Bank says it is critical to unlock growth so small and medium-sized automotive manufacturers can trade, grow and create jobs.

New British technology eCargo bike manufacturer announces ‘Project 1'

New British technology eCargo bike manufacturer announces ‘Project 1'

A new, technology-led, eCargo bike manufacturer from Oxford, Electric Assisted Vehicles Limited (EAV) launched its new company and announced its new Project 1 (P1) eCargo bike at the eBike summit in Oxford on 10 April.

Quality 4.0 changes the future of automotive body-in-white inspection

Quality 4.0 changes the future of automotive body-in-white inspection

The automotive industry is preparing for Industry 4.0 rollouts by making large-scale changes to all of their processes, from design and engineering to production and aftermarket.

Comau further strengthens its position in the German Automotive sector, obtaining the VDA 6.4 Quality Certification

Comau further strengthens its position in the German Automotive sector, obtaining the VDA 6.4 Quality Certification

Comau confirms its commitment to the adoption of a Quality Management System conforming to the best international standards with the acquisition of the VDA 6.4 Certification for its Automation Systems division in Italy, Germany and Romania.

IT and ERP Manager appointment at Blachford

IT and ERP Manager appointment at Blachford

Mark Morgans has been appointed as IT and ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) Manager at Blachford UK, a manufacturer of acoustic components for industrial and agricultural vehicles.

A ‘Pragmatic’ approach to storage and distribution of UK manufactured components will ensure car plants won’t stall following a No-deal Brexit

A ‘Pragmatic’ approach to storage and distribution of UK manufactured components will ensure car plants won’t stall following a No-deal Brexit

UK automotive manufacturers needn’t fear being hit by unexpected delays or new tariffs imposed on EU-sourced components following a no-deal Brexit, argues B.G. Bullas’ Managing Director, Nathalie Wheeldon, in a new industry study. She believes there are many UK component manufacturers able to plug sudden breaks in supply chains, when combined with a pragmatic approach to storage and distribution.

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