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BWI Group helps develop VPG?s innovative mobility vehicle   Print  
Global braking and chassis systems specialist BWI Group developed the key systems that keep the innovative MV-1 wheelchair-accessible vehicle stable and comfortable under a wide range of dynamic conditions. Tuesday, 24th April 2012

BWI Group provides improved ride and handling
 for VPG’s new wheelchair-users’ vehicle

Kettering, Ohio – Global braking and chassis systems specialist BWI Group has helped engineer key chassis systems for the first vehicle designed and built from the outset for wheelchair users. BWI Group assisted Vehicle Production Group LLC (VPG) in developing the MV-1 wheelchair-accessible vehicle, including engineering the brake system, the electronic stability control, and fine-tuning the vehicle’s ride.

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Falklands hero Black Buck 1 to pilot last flying Vulcan for dedication of new memorial   Print  
XH558, operated by charity Vulcan to the Sky, is the last lying representative of Britain?s famous V-Force. The prototype Vulcan first flew on August 30th 1952, making this year the type?s Diamond Jubilee. Photo Credits: Jamie Hunter Wednesday, 11th April 2012

One of the Vulcan’s first flights of the year will be to honour those who contributed
to the liberation of the Falkland Islands 30 years ago

On May 20th, the pilot who lead the famous Black Buck 1 raid on Port Stanley’s runway will be back at the controls of a Vulcan for the dedication of the new Falklands Memorial at the National Arboretum in Staffordshire. The flypast by the last airworthy representative of Britain’s V-Force will commemorate all those involved in the conflict, evoking the remarkable 8,000 mile mission by a solo Vulcan, supported by 11 Victor tankers, that began the liberation of the Islands almost exactly 30 years ago.

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Nexteer Automotive ranks fifth in France?s best places to work in 2012   Print  
The Great Places To Work Institute ranked Nexteer Automotive?s European Headquarters fifth in its 2012 survey of employers in France Wednesday, 28th March 2012

Independent survey by the Great Place to Work Institute highlights ‘family spirit’
of the company’s Paris Customer Support Center
Paris, 28 March, 2012 – Nexteer Automotive’s European Headquarters and Customer Support Center near Paris has been ranked number five in the top 50 employers in France by the Great Place to Work Institute. The Institute conducted two surveys, one analyzing company culture, human resource policies and procedures as well as management practices, the other one surveying employees’ opinions. The surveys measure five trust-building factors that create a great workplace: credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie.

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The new Delphi Vehicle Communications Interface (VCI) diagnostics tool featuring OBDII flight recorder, VIN recognition feature and extended Bluetooth range for quicker, more accurate repairs. Wednesday, 28th March 2012

VCI also features extended Bluetooth range for mobile service troubleshooting; VIN recognition enables vehicle to be automatically identified for quicker, more efficient service and repair.

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World Economic Forum report provides new insights, says leading specialist   Print  
Important lessons are being learnt from 2011, says Evolution Time Critical managing director Brad Brennan Monday, 26th March 2012

Evolution Time Critical has welcomed a report from the World Economic Forum calling for companies to develop stringent contingency plans to avoid the disruption caused by events such as the Japanese Tsunami.  The World Economic Forum report, New Models for Addressing Supply Chain and Transport Risk, identifies best practices for the global supply chain.  The document highlights the challenges faced by the supply chain in 2012 and encourages managers to learn specific lessons from the disruptions of 2011.

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Delphi steering and suspension rubber boot cover Wednesday, 21st March 2012

Dust cover, or ‘rubber boot,’ is a critical part of chassis system, protecting a ball joint from damaging substances; New MOT regulations will fail cracked, split and/or missing dust covers.


Warwick, UK
— In compliance with new United Kingdom Ministry of Transport (MOT) regulations, Delphi (NYSE: DLPH)
is advising MOT testers and technicians to help ensure a quality repair by replacing the entire ball joint component where the rubber boot is split, cracked, damaged or missing. The new regulation directs testers to fail a vehicle’s MOT test certificate if a ball joint boot is missing or no longer prevents the entry of dirt, water and other damaging substances.  

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?5 to fly your name to Buckingham Palace ? by Vulcan   Print  
The last flying Vulcan is one of the UK?s most dramatic and most popular examples of Great Britain in the second Elizabethan age. Photo credit: Jamie Hunter Wednesday, 21st March 2012

Mums, Dads and Children can celebrate Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee together by sending Her a message in the Vulcan to the Sky Trust’s spectacular Book Of Good Wishes.

But they must hurry as the deadline is the 30th March

On March 30th, the names of people across Britain will be sent to Barnard & Westwood, prestigious Royal Warrant book binders, to be recorded in a unique gift to Her Majesty. The leather covered, hand-crafted Book of Good Wishes will be carried in the cockpit of the last flying Vulcan throughout the Diamond Jubilee flying season and finally presented at Buckingham Palace. For just £5 your name can be included and for £10 you can enclose a message of congratulations to the Queen.

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New highly tuneable internal hydraulic rebound stop from BWI Group improves comfort and control of softer suspension set-ups   Print  
More cars are using softer suspension settings to increase vehicle comfort ?  BWI Group?s hydraulic rebound stop allows manufacturers to use the damper extension stroke more effectively Monday, 19th March 2012

High-precision design enables more effective use of the full damper extension

Krakow, Poland - Global braking and chassis systems specialist BWI Group has developed a new, more tuneable internal Hydraulic Rebound Stop that improves the comfort, refinement and durability of premium vehicles. The technology replaces traditional deformed tube and flexible rubber parts with an advanced plastic moulding that gives manufacturers more accurate tuning and greater flexibility.


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MOOG brand re-launched to UK market   Print  
?The Federal-Mogul and RAPID agreement means MOOG?s steering and suspension products will be available across the UK,? said Mark Page Monday, 19th March 2012

Federal-Mogul’s OE-quality steering and suspension products are now available from the Regional Automotive Parts Independent Distributors (RAPID) group

Bradford, UK, 19th March 2012... Federal-Mogul Aftermarket UK Limited has appointed RAPID group as UK distributor of MOOG® steering and suspension range as the brand re-launches in the UK mainland. The OE-quality products, which come with all of the necessary fitting accessories to make installation quick and easy, will be available from warehouse stocks from April onwards.


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Delphi details latest strategies for gasoline and diesel at I.MECH.E Engineering Conference in London   Print  
Tuesday, 13th March 2012

Delphi specialists present new approaches to reducing the cost of compliance with
next-generation emissions regulations for all vehicle sectors


LONDON – Delphi Automotive (NYSE: DLPH) will outline developments in its advanced gasoline and diesel fuel system technologies when it presents four technical papers during the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (I.Mech.E) Fuel Systems For Internal Combustion Engines Conference in London (March 14-15). The program, which focuses on the latest technology for state-of-the-art system design, characterization, measurement and modeling, brings together speakers and delegates from vehicle manufacturers, suppliers and research institutions.

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