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Federal-Mogul's flat blade wiper range caters for growing market   Print  
The Champion range caters for the growing number of light commercial vehicles fitted with flat-blade wipers as original equipment Monday, 20th February 2012

Champion Contact flat-blade wipers fit more than 40 popular LCVs

Federal-Mogul is now offering the aftermarket a range of Champion Contact® flat-blade wipers for light commercial vehicles (LCVs). With some of the most popular LCVs, such as the Citroën Berlingo, Mercedes Vito and VW Caddy, now fitting flat-blade wipers as original equipment, Federal-Mogul is helping its aftermarket partners to support this growth. Champion’s flat-blade range covers more than 40 of the most popular LCVs with only 13 part numbers.


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Evolution Time Critical overcomes ?perfect storm? of delays of delays to meet crucial test deadline   Print  
?The hazardous nature of the goods, delivery location and festive disruptions created the ?perfect storm.? Brad Brennan, Evolution Time Critical managing director Friday, 10th February 2012

Emergency Logistics specialist Evolution Time Critical has overcome festive disruptions, complex customs procedures and a remote delivery location to ensure vital parts were delivered to a client 1200 miles inside China. The parts were needed for a crucial test, scheduled to take place in Dandong China on the border with North Korea, but were delayed in the UK on the 23rd December, two days before the UK’s biggest public holiday. The client’s standard courier could not deliver the parts by the required deadline due to time of year, so Evolution Time Critical was called in to ensure the programme wasn’t disrupted.


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HANDS OF THE WORLD?S LARGEST TOWER CLOCK TURN ON   Print  
The world?s largest tower clock, the Makkah Clock Royal Tower at the Fairmont Hotel in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. High-performance self-lubricating bearings from Federal-Mogul?s DEVA bearings division ensure the reliable movement of the hands. Image courtesy of Thursday, 9th February 2012

Bearings designed in close cooperation with German tower clock manufacturer Perrot


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, Germany, 9 February 2012 … Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) has supplied high-performance self-lubricating bearings from its DEVA bearings division to ensure reliable operation of the world’s largest tower clock, the Makkah Clock Royal Tower at the Fairmont Hotel in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. The bearings were designed in close cooperation with German tower clock manufacturer Perrot. The exceptional demands created by the shafts carrying hour and minute hands each weighing around 7.5 tonnes, ruled out any conventional solutions, such as roller or bronze plain bearings. Only Federal-Mogul’s self-lubricating deva.bm® was able to handle the combination of extreme loads, low rotational speed, intermittent motion and harsh operating environment.


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IMAGES ONLY Future of last flying Vulcan to be decided on February 29th   Print  
Thanks to 3M for donating the 2010 plaque, pictured alongside the space where your name could fly with one of the world?s most important historic aircraft. Tuesday, 7th February 2012


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Future of last flying Vulcan to be decided on February 29th   Print  
The Pilot?s and Co-Pilot?s ejection seats have been carefully removed and sent to the original manufacturer for inspection and routine maintenance. We have many outstanding pictures of the Winter Service. Photo kindly donated by Phil Peel Tuesday, 7th February 2012

As plans are being finalised for her spectacular Diamond Jubilee season,
the charity may be forced to cancel vital repairs and put staff on notice

The charity that operates the last airworthy Avro Vulcan, one of the most popular examples of British post-war heritage, will be forced to put all staff on notice if at least £100,000 cannot be raised by the end of February.  The final weeks would be spent putting the iconic aircraft into a state of protective hibernation from which it may be prohibitively expensive to recover.

 

 


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Royal Warrant bookbinder selected to craft unique tribute to Her Majesty and the V-Force in Jubilee year   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 Andrew Brown Friday, 3rd February 2012

Announcement in run-up to February 6th anniversary of Her Majesty’s accession

HRH Prince Michael of Kent: “The Vulcan Salute is more than a wonderful way for people to take part in Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee. It is a great tribute to the imagination and ambition of the British people. For me, this is a spectacular and very British way to add excitement to a great British event.”

Just days before the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s accession on February 6th, The Vulcan To The Sky Trust has appointed Barnard & Westwood to create a unique Diamond Jubilee tribute to Her Majesty.  The Book of Good Wishes will be a hand-crafted leather volume carried in the cockpit of the last flying Vulcan throughout her spectacular Diamond Jubilee flying season. Families, individuals and businesses can add their names and messages to the book, which will be presented at Buckingham Palace at the end of the year.


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DELPHI REPORTS FOURTH QUARTER AND FULL YEAR 2011 FINANCIAL RESULTS   Print  
Friday, 27th January 2012

Highlights include:

·         Fourth quarter revenue of $3.9 billion, up 6.8% over Q4 2010; full year revenue of $16.0 billion, up 16.1% over 2010

 

·         Fourth quarter net income of $290 million compared with $75 million in Q4 2010; full year net income of $1.1 billion, up $514 million from full year 2010

 

·         Fourth quarter diluted earnings per share of $0.88; full year diluted earnings per share of $2.72

 

·         Fourth quarter EBITDA of $530 million compared with $223 million in Q4 2010; full year EBITDA of $2.1 billion versus $1.4 billion in 2010

 

·         Fourth quarter EBITDA margin of 13.6%; full year EBITDA margin of 13.2%

 

·         Strong earnings growth and cash flow generation in 2011 resulted in full year cash flow from operating activities of $1.4 billion and cash flow before financing of $859 million

 

·         Board of Directors authorized $300 million share repurchase program


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Qatar Ag and Prodrive sign Memorandum of Understanding to establish a strategic partnership in the Carbon Fibre Composite Industry   Print  
Friday, 27th January 2012

Qatar Ag and Prodrive sign Memorandum of Understanding to establish a strategic partnership in the Carbon Fibre Composite Industry

 

·         Qatar AG is poised to be a new driving force in the global automotive industry

·         Qatar AG aims to build a cutting-edge hub for the automotive technology of the future in Qatar

·         MoU is first milestone in Qatar AG’s  plans for the development of carbon fibre composite parts to the rest of the world


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FEDERAL-MOGUL LIGHTING INNOVATIONS PROVIDE ENERGY-EFFICIENT DESIGN OPTIONS FOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS   Print  
Federal-Mogul has developed LED metalized lighting technology, which provides a metallic appearance when the light source is off and a lighted appearance when it is on Thursday, 19th January 2012

Metalized and ambient lighting offer interior customization for any vehicle

Wiesbaden, Germany, 19 January, 2012…. Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) is offering a portfolio of innovative automotive interior lighting products that provide automotive designers with improved integration, energy efficiency, ease of packaging and distinctive styling options. Automaker and consumer demand for premium lighting features that enable personalization and enhance vehicle differentiation has grown significantly in recent years.


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Variable drive supercharger testing progresses   Print  
Rotrak variable drive supercharger provides a new variable in engine control strategies that will help improve CO2 emissions and performance Wednesday, 18th January 2012

Leyland, 18 January 2012 – Testing work on the Rotrak variable drive supercharger is underway in Torotrak’s rolling-road test facility. The company’s engineers already have the technology running in a B-segment donor vehicle on a dynamometer and are calibrating the control strategy to prove its driveability, performance, CO2 and fuel economy benefits.


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