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  • Asia’s other powerhouse

    January 4th 2019

    Already a dynamic and rapidly growing manufacturing hub, South-East Asia’s automotive industry is finding further opportunity in the growth of battery and hybrid vehicle production

  • New year, new arrangements

    December 10th 2018

    As 2018 draws to a close, the pace of change in vehicle manufacturing is accelerating….

  • Going gets tough for Ghosn

    November 28th 2018

    With scandal, acrimony and lurid accusations surrounding its architect Carlos Ghosn, the resolve of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance will be severely tested.

  • Mitsubishi to boost Bekasi plant output

    October 9th 2018

    Indonesia – Growing demand for its MPVs has encouraged Mitsubishi to invest in and expand the facility

  • Mitsubishi boosts Xpander production

    August 7th 2018

    Indonesia – The company is taking further steps to increase production of the model

  • Mitsubishi hits 5m milestone

    June 11th 2018

    Thailand – The carmaker has hit another production milestone at its plant in Laem Chabang

  • Building the boost

    May 30th 2018

    The manufacturing process of turbochargers requires high precision and extensive testing. Michael Nash provides insight

  • Alliance appoints new production team

    March 14th 2018

    France – A new team will be tasked with improving production at Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi

  • Alliance takes the lead

    January 30th 2018

    Paris/Yokohama/Tokyo – The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance has become the world’s leading vehicle maker, reporting combined sales of 10.6m units in 2017…

  • Kobe investigates quality violations

    October 11th 2017

    Metal producer Kobe Steel has admitted delivering aluminium and copper products in the past year which did not meet specifications agreed with customers, leaving Japanese car manufacturers concerned about the impact on their own output. Kobe is conducting internal quality and government-ordered safety checks, but has already stated that affected products account for about 4% of its shipments of aluminium and copper parts, plus aluminium castings and forgings…