Auto logistics firm MetroGistics acquires AmeriFleetMon, 09, Jan 2017
MetroGistics, a vehicle transport logistics company, said Monday it acquired AmeriFleet to expand services to MetroGistics' clients, including automakers, dealership groups and fleet and rental markets.
BMW says 120 vehicles damaged in S.C. train derailmentMon, 05, Dec 2016
Toyota seeks to smooth supply streamMon, 21, Nov 2016
Let's talk about free trade and jobsMon, 26, Sep 2016
Elon Musk says it's 'pencils down' for Tesla's Model 3Wed, 27, Jul 2016
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the final designs for Tesla's $35,000 electric Model 3 were locked up two weeks ago, and the company is moving forward on schedule to start producing them next summer. That was just the beginning of his remarks on Tuesday.
VW opens California parts distribution centerTue, 14, Jun 2016
A 143,000-square-foot distribution center in Rocklin, Calif., is fully operational to distribute parts to 94 Volkswagen and Audi dealerships in the Pacific Northwest and Northern California, VW Group of America said today.
Hyperloop needs some Motor City know-howMon, 18, Apr 2016
It is a space-age transportation concept almost too fantastic to believe -- people and cargo shooting through "Hyperloop" tubes at 700 mph. Last week, Hyperloop co-founder and former Detroiter Brogan BamBrogan came back to ask U. S. suppliers to help him build it.
New York port operations resume after brief work stoppageFri, 29, Jan 2016
Operations at New York and New Jersey's cargo terminals, one of the largest transfer points for new-vehicle shipments in the U.S., were being restored late Friday after more than a thousand longshoremen walked off the job earlier in the day.
FCA invests $40 million to convert parts transport fleet to CNGFri, 04, Dec 2015
Automakers' Mexico plants were spared as Patricia weakenedMon, 26, Oct 2015
Automakers with plants in Mexico are breathing a sigh of relief after Hurricane Patricia, at one point the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, passed through the country with only minimal effects on production and logistics.
Automakers with Mexico plants monitor 'strongest ever' hurricane's pathFri, 23, Oct 2015
Automakers with Mexico assembly plants are monitoring the path of Hurricane Patricia -- the “strongest ever” hurricane on record -- as it made landfall Friday night near Manzanillo on Mexico's west coast. But with mountainous terrain sheltering inland regions, the industry is expecting only a minimal impact on production and logistics.
South Carolina dealers grapple with floods; BMW still producingMon, 05, Oct 2015
South Carolina auto dealers and BMW's U.S. plant are digging out and adjusting after more than 2 feet of rain have fallen over the last three days in some parts of the state, leading to catastrophic flooding.