The 28th edition of Autopromotec, the international biennial exhibition of automotive equipment and aftermarket products (Bologna, 22-26 May 2019), is almost upon us and the organisers unveil their forecasts of the foreign delegations expected to travel to the Bologna exhibition centre.
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Michelin is looking to attract the stars of the future as it opens applications for its annual apprenticeship programme at its Stoke-on-Trent site.
Kwik Fit, the UK’s largest automotive repair company, has won a three-year sole supply contract with SG Fleet UK for the provision of tyres and associated products.
Global manufacturer Apollo Tyres has given Pedro Matos, Apollo Tyres chief quality & business excellence officer, the added responsibility of leading its OE strategy and sales for passenger car tyres in Europe. Pedro has over 25 years’ experience in the tyre industry in a range of different roles, and has worked directly with several major European OEMs in quality, R&D and sales positions.
A mother whose son was killed in a coach crash has said she is ecstatic over the government's plan to ban old tyres on buses and coaches.
DRIVERS in North Wales are the most roadworthy in Britain, according to the results of the Halfords Autocentres Roadworthy Quiz.
The 3 Series will return to Britain’s premier motor racing series this year, with BMW confirming it is to bring its best-selling model worldwide back to the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC).
Absolute Alignment, the country’s leading supplier of the latest four wheel alignment technologies, has tripled stock levels over the last three months – in preparation for the UK’s pending Brexit.
To counteract the ongoing skills shortage within the automotive industry, and meet the growing demand from UK garages for highly skilled technicians, Autotech Recruit has launched an exclusive alliance with ZF Aftermarket Technical Training – in a bid to give ALL vehicle technicians access to in-depth, technical courses.
Aprilia Racing and Gulf aim for the top in MotoGP