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Federal-Mogul Debuts New Catalogue for GOETZE? Mechanical Face Seals   Print  
Friday, 16th April 2010

BAUMA Hall 5, Stand 525

Catalogue Highlights Modular Building Set for Specific Applications

April 16th, 2010…Federal-Mogul Corporation has published a new catalogue for its mechanical face seals in time for the BAUMA trade fair 19-25 April in Munich.  The reference work from the market leader provides details on the various designs and materials, including information on lubrication, maintenance and assembly. The seals are available from an outer diameter of 50 millimeters to 1.425 meters – the largest cast mechanical face seals in the world.


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Federal-Mogul is exhibiting its DEVA? Sliding Bearings Optimized for the Construction Machine Industry and its GOETZ? mechanical face seals   Print  
Friday, 16th April 2010

BAUMA 2010, Munich
Hall A5 Stand 525

Working Smoothly, Maintenance Free

April 16th, 2010…..The harsh conditions in which construction machines operate is leading to increasing use of DEVA® self-lubricating, maintenance-free bearings from Federal-Mogul Corporation. DEVA sliding contact bearings work well in demanding conditions such as extreme heat or icy temperatures, or conditions with heavy weights, dirt and dust, making them ideal for machines sold into a wide range of challenging applications.


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Resourceful emergency logistics team saves car manufacturer two million euros in stoppage time   Print  
Evolution Time Critical has saved a major vehicle manufacturer two million euros by delivering a shipment of seat belt retractors weighing 221kg from Poland to Turkey in less than 24 hours Tuesday, 13th April 2010

By using a unique combination of road, air charter and onboard courier, Evolution Time Critical has helped to prevent a major automotive production line from stopping by facilitating an urgent door to door delivery from Poland to Turkey

Resourceful emergency logistics analysts have helped to prevent a major car manufacturer from stopping production by using a unique combination of road, air charter and onboard courier to transport 20 boxes of seat belt retractors weighing 221kg from Poland to Turkey. Having received the urgent enquiry late one afternoon, the Evolution Time Critical’s team quickly learnt that the parts already delivered by the manufacturer’s supplier were faulty and waiting for a standard delivery would delay production by two days. Since the carmaker in question runs two cars down the same production line, halting the line would be a highly expensive exercise. With a hefty potential bill of one million euros per day for the line, the manufacturer faced penalties of two million euros if the parts were not received in time. Given that retrofitting the parts was not an option, the task of maintaining production would rely heavily on Evolution’s ability to facilitate an urgent delivery.


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DELPHI LIQUID COOLED CHARGE AIR COOLERS REDUCE VEHICLE EMISSIONS AND IMPROVE FUEL CONSUMPTION WHILE INCREASING PERFORMANCE   Print  
Delphi?s new range of liquid cooled charge air coolers offers greater installation flexibility, improved engine response and lower emissions. Tuesday, 13th April 2010

Boosted engines benefit from lower intake temperatures and improved response with superior engine bay packaging

TROY, Mich. — A new range of liquid cooled charge air coolers (LCCACs) from Delphi Corp. will help global vehicle manufacturers of both gasoline and diesel engines produce environmentally-friendly vehicles with better engine performance. Compared to existing air-cooled units, the new coolers offer better packaging, improved engine response, faster warm-up and lower losses.


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Whose MG Rover has the most interesting history?   Print  
XPart is offering prizes to the MG Rover owners with the most interesting stories to tell in an ongoing bid to keep the British manufacturer?s heritage alive Monday, 12th April 2010

XPart is offering prizes to the MG Rover owners with the most interesting stories to tell in an ongoing bid to keep the British manufacturer’s heritage alive

MG Rover parts specialist XPart is inviting MG Rover owners around the country to enter a competition to decide whose car has the most interesting history. The company is offering three ultra-bright LED handlamps (each worth £60) to the top three entrants. In addition to MG’s strong racing heritage, many of Britain’s much-loved MG and Rover cars have led a varied and colourful life over the years, travelling far afield to exotic locations and even being used on film sets and in TV series. Entries will be judged by a panel of MG Rover specialists and the winners will be announced in July 2010.


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Global Steering Supplier Transitions to Nexteer Automotive   Print  
Nexteer Automotive?s Executive Director for Europe, Laurent Bresson: ?We have a profitable global business with exceptional technologies and some very exciting opportunities ahead of us? Wednesday, 7th April 2010

New European Executive Director Appointed

Delphi Steering operations in Europe has transitioned to Nexteer Automotive, a new independent tier-one supplier focusing on Electric Power Steering (EPS). The multi-billion dollar business has the broadest portfolio of EPS architectures of any supplier and is the only EPS specialist with production experience in every passenger car segment.  Its history of innovation includes a number of steering safety and performance features, including permanent assist, which it was the first to bring to market in 1999.


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DELPHI SUDBURY CELEBRATES EMPLOYEES? TRAINING SUCCESS WITH ON-SITE GRADUATION CEREMONY   Print  
Global automotive parts manufacturer Delphi is awarding several of its Suffolk-based employees with NVQ level 2 qualifications in Business Improvement Techniques. Wednesday, 31st March 2010

A Suffolk-based high technology manufacturing plant is equipping its workforce with the skills required to further the cause of greener, more fuel efficient engine technology

SUDBURY, UK — Delphi, a leading global supplier of electronics and technologies for automotive, commercial vehicle and other market segments, is awarding several of its Suffolk-based employees with a level two National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) in Business Improvement Techniques on April 1, 2010. Phil Ramsey, Sudbury plant manager, will present the employees with certificates during an on-site graduation ceremony. The business improvement qualifications form part of Delphi’s ongoing commitment to providing technical training for its 700-strong Sudbury workforce, as the company introduces a new generation of greener, more fuel efficient diesel injectors and fuel filters. Employees can also enroll in a level 2 NVQ in Performing Engineering Operations, with the first group of 10 employees having completed 11 weeks of training at West Suffolk College. Funding for both courses was obtained through the government initiative ‘Train to Gain’.


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BWI Group previews third generation of the world?s most advanced controlled suspension system   Print  
The widely-acclaimed new Ferrari 458 Italia is the latest in a line of Ferrari models to benefit from BWI?s MagneRide controlled suspension technology Tuesday, 30th March 2010

MagneRide challenges the need to compromise between ride and handling New version extends applications range to large SUVs

Paris – Suspension and braking specialist BWI Group is developing a third generation of its successful MagneRide controlled suspension system. Already fitted by Audi and Ferrari in Europe, Honda in Japan, Cadillac in North America and HSV in Australia, MagneRide almost completely eliminates the need for compromise between ride and handling. The third generation system takes another substantial step towards this goal by introducing a new two wire dual coil (TWDC) actuation system, a new Electronic Control Unit (ECU), new control algorithms and various other upgrades that improve the dynamic range and speed of response of the system.


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Plug-in London Taxi is ready for trials   Print  
The complete electric drivetrain sits in the existing engine bay with batteries under the vehicle, providing a very cost effective and simple conversion. Monday, 29th March 2010

A prototype electric version of the Mercedes Vito Taxi has been designed and built in just six months by a consortium of British technology companies. Part-funded by the UK Government’s Advantage Niche Vehicle Research & Development Programme, the prototype vehicle meets the demanding requirements of the London Carriage Office and can carry up to six people more than 120 kilometres on a single six hour charge.


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DELPHI INTRODUCES WIRELESS ELECTRONIC DEVICE FOR RAPID AND ACCURATE MOT TESTING   Print  
The Delphi MOT Test Master offers technicians a straightforward, paperless approach to MOT testing with the option to upload results directly to their vehicle test station, saving time and improving accuracy Thursday, 25th March 2010

Offers technicians a straightforward, paperless approach to MOT testing with the option to upload results directly to their vehicle test station, saving time and improving accuracy.
The device can also be used as a comprehensive diagnostic tool.

WARWICK - Delphi is introducing a wireless electronic test tool to help technicians improve their accuracy while performing a Ministry of Transportation (MOT) test. The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA)-approved Delphi MOT Test Master offers technicians the opportunity to conduct the annual test of automobile safety, roadworthiness and exhaust emissions for vehicles  three years and older rapidly and efficiently without recording any data on paper. Instead technicians simply enter all test results on the wireless handheld device as the test progresses.


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