Fuel Supply System / Module

 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region

 Region

 Maker

 Model

 Model year

 Supplier

 Products

ASEAN・India・Korea Maruti Suzuki Baleno (India) 2018

Compagnie Plastic Omnium SE

Fuel system
ASEAN・India・Korea Maruti Suzuki Celerio (India) 2018

Denso International India Pvt. Ltd.

Fuel level sensor
ASEAN・India・Korea Maruti Suzuki Celerio X (India) 2018

Denso International India Pvt. Ltd.

Fuel level sensor
Americas GM Chevrolet Suburban (USA) 2021

Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy SAS

Fuel system
Americas Volkswagen e-Delivery (Brazil) 2021

VOSS Automotive GmbH

Fuel system
Americas BMW X5 (USA) 2019

Continental AG

Fuel delivery module
China FAW Toyota Toyota Corolla (China) 2018

Otics Mechanical Industry Chang Shu Co. Ltd.

Fuel supply system
China FAW Toyota Toyota Crown (China) 2018

Otics Mechanical Industry Chang Shu Co. Ltd.

Fuel supply system
China FAW Toyota Toyota Vios (China) 2018

Otics Mechanical Industry Chang Shu Co. Ltd.

Fuel supply system
Europe Audi A3 Sportback (Germany) 2021

NORMA Group SE

Fuel line system
Europe DS Automobiles DS DS 3 Crossback (France) 2021

Compagnie Plastic Omnium SE

Fuel system
Europe Rolls-Royce Ghost (UK) 2021

Vitesco Technologies Group AG

Fuel delivery module
Japan Nissan Cube 2009

Araymond France SAS (Saint-Egrève)

Fuel system
Japan Nissan Cube 2009

TI Fluid Systems plc. (Formerly TI Automotive Limited)

Fuel delivery module
 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Aisan Industry Co., Ltd. 1-1-1 Kyowa-cho, Obu, Aichi 474-8588, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Aisin Corporation (Formerly Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.) 2-1 Asahi-machi, Kariya, Aichi 448-8650, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Aptiv (China) Investment Co., Ltd. Floor 1, Building 3, No.118, Delin Road , Free Trade Pilot Zone, Shanghai, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Benteler Group (Benteler Automobiltechnik GmbH) Schillerstraße 25-27 5020 Salzburg Austria Major Parts Suppliers image
Bosch (China) Investment Ltd. 333 Fuquan Road North, Changning District Shanghai, 200335, China Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Oct 09, 2021

On October 7, Nikola and TC Energy announced a strategic collaboration aimed at the development, construction, ownership and/or operation of critical hydrogen infrastructure for hydrogen fueled zero-emission heavy-duty trucks.
Joint development of hydrogen production hubs is intended to support Nikola’s projected hydrogen fuel supply needs to serve heavy-duty fuel cell electric vehicles and TC Energy customers’ clean energy needs in North America.
This collaboration is positioned to leverage and optimize TC Energy’s existing asset footprint with access to advantaged renewable energy, biomass and natural gas feedstocks.
A key objective of the collaboration is to establish hubs producing 150 tons or more of hydrogen per day near highly traveled truck corridors to serve Nikola’s planned need for hydrogen to fuel its Class 8 FCEVs within the next five years.
TC Energy has significant pipeline, storage and power assets that potentially can be leveraged to lower the cost and increase the speed of delivery of these hydrogen production hubs.

(Nikola Motor press release on October 7, 2021)

Aug 02, 2021

On July 31, 2021, Toyota Motor Corporation entered a vehicle equipped with a developmental hydrogen-powered engine at the five-hour-long Super Taikyu Race in Autopolis located in Oita Prefecture, Japan.
The hydrogen engine-equipped vehicle has undergone rapid improvements in the last two or so months since its participation in the Fuji SUPER TEC 24 Hours Race. Abnormal combustion has been reduced, leading to improved performance (torque increased by approx. 15%). Also, hydrogen refueling rates have been accelerated (Approx. 40% improvement, from approx. 5 minutes to approx. 3 minutes).
While fuel cell electrified vehicles (FCEV) use a fuel cell in which hydrogen chemically reacts with oxygen in the air to produce electricity that powers an electric motor, hydrogen engines generate power through the combustion of hydrogen using fuel supply and injection systems that have been modified from those used with gasoline engines. Except for the combustion of minute amounts of engine oil during driving, which is also the case with gasoline engines, hydrogen engines emit zero CO2 when in use.
At the Super Taikyu Race, Toyota used green hydrogen produced by the Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R) as well as by Obayashi Corporation and Toyota Motor Kyushu.
(Toyota Motor press release on July 31, 2021)

Jul 26, 2021

On July 21, 2021, Volvo Cars Asia Pacific and BP China announced that they will form a strategic partnership and facilitate their targets in terms of climate neutrality, net zero emissions and sustainable development in China. The companies also plan to provide comprehensive energy solutions.
According to their global partnership agreement, Volvo Cars Asia Pacific and BP China will extend their strategic partnership in the Chinese automotive aftermarket till 2025. The companies will cooperate in several fields related to sustainable development in the coming years. They will work together on a number of projects, including a road map for transition to a low-carbon automotive aftermarket and a carbon-neutral charging solution. Additionally, the companies will cooperate on renewable energy supply and other demonstrative projects.    
As a leading foreign-invested company in the energy industry in China, BP’s major operations in the country are related to such fields as aviation fuel supply, fuel retail sales, lubricating oil services, oil and gas supply/trading, construction of liquefied natural gas terminals and gas transmission pipelines, future mobility and venture capital investments. 
From Volvo Cars and BP China press releases