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    Pandemic drives rise in online trade in fake parts, Daimler seizes 1.7m products

    The online trade in fake parts has greatly increased the world over due to the pandemic. The latest indication comes from Daimler, which says it confiscated over 1.7 million counterfeit Daimler products in 2020. Counterfeit products are not only illegal but they also endanger the health and safety of car drivers and other road users. Daimler is continuing its...

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    Hero MotoCorp expands global retail footprint to Mexico

    Hero MotoCorp, the world's largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, has begun retail sales in Mexico, one of the faster growing markets in Latin America. The two-wheeler OEM has introduced nine motorcycles - Xpulse 200, Xpulse 200T, Hunk 190, Hunk 160R, Hunk 150, Eco 150 TR, Eco 150 Cargo and Ignitor 125 - and the Dash 125 scooter. Sanjay Bhan, Head of Global Business, Hero...

    • 4 hrs ago
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    Tata Steel uses electric CVs to transport heavy metal

    Tata Steel, one of the largest steel makers in India and globally, has contracted 27 electric commercial vehicles, each with a carrying capacity of 35 tonnes of steel (minimum). The company has tied up with a start-up to use e-CVs for transporting its finished steel. This initiative marks the first-ever deployment of EVs by any steel producer in the country for transportation of finished...

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    Tata Steel deploys electric CV to transport finished steel, plans to add 27 EVs in its fleet

    Tata Steel, one of the largest steel maker in the country has contracted 27 electric commercial vehicles, each with a carrying capacity 35 tonnes of steel (minimum capacity) for transport. The company has tied up with a start-up to pursue its aspiration of deploying electric vehicles for its steel transport. This initiative marks the first-ever...

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    A different set of EVs to drive into mines

    Hindustan Zinc, the world's second largest Zinc-Lead mining company, signs MoU with Finnish technology company Normet to deploy battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in its mines. The move is part of the company's drive to go net carbon zero by 2050. If everything goes as per plan, In the next 5 to 6 years, all of Hindustan Zinc's mines will have only battery electric vehicles (BEVs)....

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Mercedes-Benz extends contract with Capgemini for software development till 2024

    French multinational information technology company Capgemini has been awarded a contract extension by Mercedes-Benz until 2024 for the development and maintenance of the core Electric/Electronic Product Data Management (EE-PDM) application in an R&D environment. The EE-PDM application is used for the development and documentation of electronic vehicle...

    • 8 hrs ago
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    Skoda records strong growth in Russia, India and Europe in first half 2021

    Against the backdrop of the ongoing challenges from the global Covid-19 pandemic and semiconductor shortages, Skoda Auto has increased its vehicle deliveries by more than a fifth in comparison with last year, in the first six months of the year. The carmaker recorded particularly strong growth in vehicle deliveries in Russia (+54.3%), India (+31.2%), Eastern Europe...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Waiting period on Ather scooters to increase closer to festive season

    EV start-up Ather Energy, which is expanding aggressively into new cities every month and is also witnessing strong demand for its premium, high-performance electric scooters, is also experiencing some headwinds. Like the rest of the auto industry, Ather too is feeling the heat from the global semiconductor shortage. According to Tarun Mehta, co-founder and CEO, the chip...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    CV industry urges segment-agnostic electrification push

    The Indian commercial vehicle industry is considered to be the barometer of the country's economic growth and progress. As the second wave of Covid-19 gradually subsides, there are signs of uptick and pick-up in activity in this segment too. On July 29, Autocar Professional hosted a virtual CV Conference, where industry leaders representing OEMs, Tier 1s, and finance sector discussed...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    Okinawa Autotech sells 15,976 e2Ws in Q1 FY2022

    Okinawa Autotech, one of India's leading electric two-wheeler manufacturers has announced that it sold 15,976 electric two-wheelers in Q1 FY2022. and 13,607 non-FAME II-compliant electric two-wheelers. The company says the higher adoption of e2Ws is on account of rising fuel prices as well as the supportive policies from several state governments inducing customers to opt for electric...

    • 11 hrs ago

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