Russian media outlet, RT, has reported that Iran is to buy $21bn worth of satellite equipment and Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) passenger aircraft from Russia.
Kubota Manufacturing of America yesterday broke ground at its 502,000 square-foot manufacturing facility at Gateway Industrial Centre, in Gainesville-Hall County, Georgia.
Construction of the new Chennai Aerospace Park, in the south-eastern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is likely to begin in January 2016 once an environmental clearance is approved.
Nissan has today announced a new generation Nissan Juke is slated for production in the UK,
Toyota Motor Corp has announced it is testing alternative manufacturers to Takata Corp for air-bag inflators, following industry-wide recalls of more than 30 million inflator units.
Jaguar Land Rover has released a statement confirming that nearly 6,000 vehicles had recently been shipped to China and were being stored at Tianjin.
Economic improvement in Pakistan has attracted both European and Korean auto-makers who are keen to make inroads into the country’s Japanese-dominated car market.
Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation has opened and started full operations of its Seattle Engineering Center (SEC) in Seattle, Washington, an engineering arm of its subsidiary, Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation America.
UK-based private importer, IM Group is set to take over the importing and selling of Citroën and DS vehicles in Ireland.
Boeing and Airbus are set to benefit from Iran’s sanctions being lifted with the country planning to buy as many as 90 planes per year from the two aircraft manufacturers.