In this interview with Rakesh Rao, Dr Sreeram Srinivasan, CEO, Syrma Technology Pvt Ltd, discusses reasons behind the current chip shortage crisis and new growth opportunities for the company
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Dr Sreeram Srinivasan: There is manifold rise in chips demand
BorgWarner will penetrate into the passenger vehicle segment
Electric mobility in India hgas already entered 2- and 3- wheeler space and is now gaining traction in the light and medium-duty commercial vehicles. Shawn Li, Vice President & General Manager Asia, BorgWarner PowerDrive Systems, in an interaction with Pushkar Oak, deliberates on the growth of commercial vehicles in e-mobility space and.
2W segment is ramping up production faster than 4W: Anurag Garg
In this interview with Rakesh Rao, Anurag Garg, MD & Country Head (India), Vitesco Technologies - formerly the Powertrain Division of Continental - discusses how auto component industry is coping with COVID pandemic and the growth plans of the company.
LetsTransport to expand EV fleet with Etrio
Mahindra & Magenta to launch end-to-end EV solutions in Bengaluru
Jharkhand Cabinet to launch new industrial policies
Elofic Industries sees tremendous growth for next 20 years
Auto component manufacturers need to get competitive in order to leverage the full potential of a market that is bound to register healthy growth over the next 20 years, a spokesperson at one of India’s leading filter manufacturers said in an interaction with APF’s Manish Pant.
Market recovery to begin shortly: SEG Automotive
The Indian automobile market, which witnessed a slowdown last year is expected to start recovering from FY21, the India head of SEG Automotive told APF in an exclusive interaction.
BorgWarner keeping a tab on India’s hybrid and EV market
Other than offering solutions for the conventional internal combustion (IC) engines, one of the leading suppliers of engineered systems and components for powertrain applications, BorgWarner, is closely following the developments on hybrid as well as electric mobility in India.
Auto components: Investments are inevitable
The last three months were difficult for the auto component industry while there is hope for a partial recovery with two- and three-wheeler market and exports. For long, the Indian automotive market experienced slowdown headwinds which were followed by Covid 19. In this article, This article discusses auto component industry challenges and the way ahead.
Auto in reverse gear due to Covid 19
To fight novel coronavirus disease (Covid 2019), the government ordered a 21-day nation-wide lockdown, starting March 25.
PowerCell seeks EU funding for new systems
The Nordic leading fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden AB, together with a consortium, has applied for an EU funding through the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking for development of a system based on the fuel cell stack PowerCell S3 for integration and testing in passenger cars.