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Bosch opens plant in China


Automotive parts supplier Robert Bosch just opened a chassis control system plant this month in the southwest China city of Chengdu. This is Bosch's second Chinese manufacturing site for chassis components; the other is in the east China city of Suzhou. The Chengdu plant, which will cost 287 million yuan ($46.5 million), will launch production of wheel speed sensors this year ...
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Bernd Bohr, Bosch’s Automotive Chief, Leaves the Company
Bernd Bohr resigns from his position as the head of Robert Bosch’s automotive division. Bernd Bohr, 56, has joined Bosch in 1987 and for the past 10 years, he has been ...
Bosch Expects Slight Increase in Car Parts Sales This Year
Robert Bosch predicts that revenue coming from car-parts sales will slightly increase in 2013 as the company will grab a larger share of components built in each vehicle. "We're growing above ...
Tata Motors not coming to Romania, company spokesman says
Tata Motors has officially denied reports that it plans to invest $1 billion to build a new auto plant in Romania. Following yesterday's report in which a Cluj County Council spokesman ...
Bosch Cuts Investments for 2013
Robert Bosch said that this year it will postpone investments as the crisis in Europe made the company miss its 2012 profitability target. According to Chief Executive Officer Volkmar Denner, Bosch’s ...
Peugeot unveils battery-free hybrid technology
PSA Peugeot Citroen on Tuesday unveiled a hybrid vehicle concept that combines a conventional engine with compressed nitrogen propulsion. The French carmaker says the pioneering solution would halve the cost of ...
Bosch to set up China JV to make electric motors for scooters
Automotive parts supplier Robert Bosch GmbH announced that it plans to establish a joint venture with Chinese company Ningbo Polaris Technology to manufacture wheel hub motors for electric scooters. The German ...
Bosch starts construction of new R&D center in Renningen – Germany
Robert Bosch GmbH, world's largest supplier of automotive components, on Monday started the construction of a new research and advance engineering center in Renningen, Germany. The new research campus in Renningen ...
Bosch to produce batteries for electric vehicles from 2016
Robert Bosch GmbH, the world's largest supplier of automotive components plans to produce lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles from 2016, head of Bosch's automotive division, Bernd Bohr told German magazine ...
Bosch to build automotive technology plant in Cluj-Napoca – Romania
The Bosch Group plans to set up a location for the manufacturing and development of automotive electronic control units in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. In the first phase of construction work up to ...

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