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WABCO and G7 jointly develop and launch first Smart Trailer Fleet Management Solution in China

SHANGHAI – WABCO Holdings Inc. and G7, an award-winning technology leader in China’s fleet logistic industry, announced on September 5 the launch of “Smart Trailer FMS,” a jointly developed breakthrough trailer fleet management solution (FMS) connected with WABCO’s Intelligent Trailer Program. Smart Trailer FMS is the first of its kind

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Yang Qing and An Tiecheng appointed vice presidents of DFM

WUHAN, Hubei – Dongfeng Motor Corp. (DFM) announced on April 6 the appointment of Yang Qing and An Tiecheng as vice presidents and members of Party Standing Committee of the company. A senior engineer, Yang was born in July 1966 and he joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in

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New GB1589 to provide more business opportunities for ZF in China, says CEO Sommer

HANNOVER, Germany – China’s recent introduction and implementation of the GB1589-2016 regulation on dimensions, weights and axle loads of commercial vehicles will provide more business opportunities for ZF in the country and boost its presence there, according to Dr. Stefan Sommer, CEO of the German supplier. Sommer made the comments

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New GB1589-2016 on vehicle dimension, axle load and mass limits goes into effect

The much-awaited GB1589-2016, or Limits for Dimensions, Axle Loads and Masses of Automobiles, Trailers and Combination Vehicles, was approved and published by the Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) and the Standards Administration of China (SAC) on July 26 and went into effect on the same day. GB1589-2016

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March 15 Gala, Sagitar Axle Gate and industry supervisio

Automakers again highlighted this year’s 3/15 Gala, CCTV’s investigative special that airs annually on March 15 aimed at exposing alleged corporate misconducts on China’s Consumer Rights Day. The unlucky winners this year on CCTV were Dongfeng-Nissan, Shanghai-Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz, whose 4S dealerships reportedly overcharged customers. Land Rover was singled out

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Industry shifting focus to TCO, say CV OEM and supplier executives

China’s commercial vehicle industry is shifting focus toward total cost of ownership (TCO) rather than price-based competition, according to OEM and supplier executives at the commercial vehicle industry roundtable held at the Global Automotive Forum 2014 in Wuhanm, Hubei Province on October 16. Gary Huang, president of Dongfeng Commercial Vehicle Co.,

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