Hey, Toyota dealers, here come the trucksAug. 6
Reopening NAFTA could revive debate over what makes a car 'American'Jan. 24
Auto industry officials expect President Donald Trump to urge Canada and Mexico to agree to new tougher "rules of origin" that would require a higher percentage of North American content to be considered tariff free. Under NAFTA, at least 62.5 percent of a passenger car or light truck's net cost must originate in North America -- defined as the United States, Canada and Mexico -- to avoid tariffs.
Unifor labor deals leave unanswered questionsNov. 12, 2016
VW says 6 plants hit by production stoppagesAug. 22, 2016
Tapping the brakes on automationAug. 15, 2016
VW sees mobile robots on future assembly linesMay 26, 2016
First Shift: Investors eyeing Takata?May 26, 2016
Honda touts radical assembly line makeoverMay 6, 2016
Honda, in its quest for manufacturing efficiency, has turned the traditional assembly line model on its head. A new approach launched in Thailand in March has a team of workers follow the car down the line, with the workers and vehicle sitting on disc-shaped platforms like frogs floating on a lily pad.