Novares Group informed that it has acquired all of its joint venture (JV) company in Wuhan, China, buying the final 30% stake from JV partner Yazhong via its Chinese subsidiary Noveastern. Additionally, the company has relocated its Wuhan production plant to a new, modern site equipped with the latest technology, which houses both the production facilities and the Wuhan Technical Center. The EUR 32-million-turnover Wuhan operation is now located in the Shanghai General Motors (SGM) suppliers park, making it even closer to the General Motors subsidiary. It also serves other automotive customers in the region, such as DPCA, Ford, Honda, Renault-Nissan and Dongfeng. The plant, with more than 300 employees, produces interior plastic components and trunk trims; exterior pillars and cowl tops, along with engine parts: air intake systems, air intake manifolds, cam covers, oil sumps, thermostat housings and beauty covers. (From a press release on January 30, 2019)
Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region
|ASEAN・India||Mitsubishi||Attrage (Thailand)||2019||Mikuni (Thailand) Co., Ltd.||Plastic Intake Manifold|
|ASEAN・India||Mitsubishi||Mirage (Thailand)||2019||Mikuni (Thailand) Co., Ltd.||Plastic Intake Manifold|
|ASEAN・India||Suzuki||Celerio (Thailand)||2019||Mikuni (Thailand) Co., Ltd.||Plastic Intake Manifold|
|Americas||Ford||F-150 (USA)||2019||MANN+HUMMEL GmbH||Intake manifold|
|Americas||Chrysler||Jeep Wrangler (USA)||2018||Magneti Marelli S.p.A.||Air intake manifold|
|Americas||Ford||F-150 (USA)||2018||MANN+HUMMEL GmbH||Intake manifold|
|China||Dongfeng Honda||Honda CR-V (AWD) (China)||2019||Dongguan Keihin Engine Management System Co., Ltd.||Intake manifold assembly|
|China||Dongfeng Honda||Honda Civic (FF) (China)||2019||Dongguan Keihin Engine Management System Co., Ltd.||Intake manifold assembly|
|China||Dongfeng Honda||Honda Gienia (FF) (China)||2019||Dongguan Keihin Engine Management System Co., Ltd.||Intake manifold assembly|
|Europe||Daimler||Mercedes-Benz AMG E-Class (Germany)||2019||MANN+HUMMEL GmbH||Intake manifold|
|Europe||SEAT||Tarraco (Germany)||2019||BOGE Elastmetall GmbH||Intake manifold|
|Europe||Audi||A3 (Germany)||2018||Valeo Group||Intake manifold module|
|Japan||Honda||N-BOX||2018||ROKI Co., Ltd.||Intake manifold|
|Japan||Honda||N-BOX +||2018||ROKI Co., Ltd.||Intake manifold|
|Japan||Honda||N-BOX + Custom||2018||ROKI Co., Ltd.||Intake manifold|
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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|
|Aisin Group (China)||Unit 1202-1205, C3, Area MSD-C, Taida, No.79, First Ave., Tianjin Economic Development Zone, Tianjin 300457, China||Major Parts Suppliers|
|Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.||2-1 Asahi-machi, Kariya, Aichi 448-8650, Japan||Major Parts Suppliers|
|American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc.||One Dauch Drive, Detroit, MI 48211-1198, USA||Major Parts Suppliers|
|Anand Automotive Limited||1 Sri Aurobindo Marg, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016, India||Major Parts Suppliers|
Sogefi announced that it has been chosen to supply hydrogen, air and cooling components for a new generation of hydrogen fuel cell powered cars. The total value of the components supplied by Sogefi Air & Cooling will reach EUR 250 per car, compared with EUR 70 per car for a combustion engine powered car. Sogefi Air & Cooling will start production of the hydrogen, air and cooling components at its Montreal plant in Canada in 2021. Sogefi's innovative components include hydrogen intake manifold, hydrogen exhaust, air intake manifold, air exhaust, cooling intake manifold, cooling outlet and hydrogen, air and cooling ducts. (From a press release on November 6, 2018)
On October 23, BMW Group informed that internal BMW Group investigations have revealed that in the case of some diesel vehicles glycol-leakage from the EGR- (Exhaust-Gas-Recirculation-) Cooler can occur.
This could lead in very rare cases to the melting of the intake manifold and in extremely rare cases result in fire.
The technical campaigns initially decided for European and Asian countries in mid-August 2018 involved around 480,000 BMW diesel vehicles.
The BMW Group decided to further reduce even this minor risk by expanding the country-specific technical campaigns. As a whole, the initial technical campaign and the expanded campaign include around 1.6 million vehicles worldwide (production from August 2010 until August 2017).