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Demand for more effective driver assistance safety systems sustains interest in brake-by-wire   Print  
Electric brake systems? faster, more controllable responses and the simplicity of their packaging are receiving renewed interest from OEMs Friday, 6th May 2011

BWI demonstrates electric brake actuation’s potential for integrated control of braking, stability, traction and collision-avoidance systems

Kettering, Ohio, 6th May, 2011 – Global braking and chassis systems specialist BWI Group reports continued interest in electronic Brake-By-Wire technology. By eliminating the hydraulic connection between the driver’s pedal and the individual wheel brakes, an improved level of active safety is achievable through faster, more controllable responses. Anti-lock, traction control, stability control and collision-avoidance functions can all be integrated seamlessly and more effectively using an all-electronic system.

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Wonderfully-illustrated new book celebrates 50 years of XH558, the last flying Vulcan   Print  
The richly-illustrated new 50th Anniversary Book celebrates the first half century of XH558, the last flying Vulcan Wednesday, 4th May 2011

All profits go to support XH558 in her biggest flying season ever

The history of one of the world’s most popular aircraft, XH558 the last flying Vulcan, is celebrated in a lavishly-illustrated new book published to celebrate her 50th year. Researched and written by the Vulcan to the Sky Trust, 50 Years of Vulcan XH558 uncovers her history from construction, through all her many roles, her retirement from RAF service and eventual restoration to flight.  Printed on art-quality paper, it is packed with rare photographs and fascinating facts, culminating in the nail-biting story of her restoration and an insight into the challenges of returning one of Britain’s greatest aircraft to the skies.

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Europe?s Largest Lock Gates Open with Federal-Mogul DEVA Bearings   Print  
Every gate is supported by eight DEVA bearings ? slide rails with granite as a mating surface. Each rail measures 260x1250 millimeters and is only 35 millimeters thick, but still strong enough for the huge installation. Photo: IRS Rapsch & Schubert Wednesday, 4th May 2011

Bremerhaven’s Kaiserschleuse lock gates use corrosion resistant sliding plates from Federal-Mogul DEVA

Stadtallendorf, Germany, 4th May 2011; When the Kaiserschleuse Lock in Bremerhaven, one of the world’s largest, officially reopened after renovation on 29th of April, its giant lift-and-slide gates moved on unique sliding bearings developed by Federal-Mogul DEVA GmbH. More than 300m long, 55m wide and 13m deep, Kaiserschleuse is one of the largest projects of its kind in the world, and is the first application of its kind for DEVA sliding plates.

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New 2011 Delphi shock absorbers catalogue: Outer Front Cover. Wednesday, 27th April 2011

New 2011 catalogue includes 142 new part numbers for the shock absorber range

Warwick, UK- Delphi announced today it is launching 142 new part numbers for shock absorbers to meet rising demand for its OE-quality replacement components. The new parts, which are comprised of 37 shock absorbers, 102 coil springs and 3 top mount kits are featured in Delphi’s new 2011 European Shock Absorber Parts catalogue. These extensions to the range further increase Delphi’s coverage of the European vehicle parc up to 95%.

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Evolution Time Critical appoints Graham Little as European sales manager   Print  
Graham Little?s intimate knowledge of automotive supply chains means that he is able to work with new and existing clients at a very early stage of their planning process to ensure that they have robust solutions to supply chain issues in place. Wednesday, 20th April 2011

Emergency logistics specialist Evolution Time Critical has promoted Graham Little to the role of European sales manager.  Little’s intimate knowledge of automotive supply chains means that he is able to work with new and existing clients at a very early stage of their planning process to ensure that they have robust solutions to supply chain issues in place. 

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XPart solves MG Rover Bumper Challenge   Print  
The replacement bumper is hand-manufactured, with tolerances tightly controlled to ensure fast, simple fitment Wednesday, 20th April 2011

New Rover 75 Touring and MG ZT-T Bumpers to be manufactured by official parts supplier

MG Rover OE supplier XPart is introducing a replacement bumper for post-2004 Rover 75 Tourer and MG ZT-T models that will help to ensure that as many MG Rovers as possible remain on the road. The bumpers are back in production and available from XPart, the official supplier of original MG and Rover parts.  The new bumper is hand-manufactured, with tolerances tightly controlled to ensure fast, simple fitment.  The bumper can be ordered from any XPart wholesaler under part number DQC001031.

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Competitively priced new Wagner brake pad range now available from Federal-Mogul   Print  
Wagner brake pads from Federal-Mogul compliment the company?s existing premium brake pad range, offering competitively priced, quality brake pads that cover 96% of the European light vehicle parc. Tuesday, 19th April 2011

Complete offering of proven technologies complements company’s premium Ferodo® product line

Aartselaar, Antwerp, Belgium, 19th April 2011. Federal-Mogul (NASDAQ: FDML) now offers a full range of competitively priced, quality brake pads to complement the company’s market-leading line of premium Ferodo® brake products. New Wagner® brake pads, featuring a broad range of Federal-Mogul’s advanced friction formulations, are available immediately from leading distributors across Europe.

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Federal-Mogul?s work on large engines? rings and liners is helping to make a new generation of ships more efficient, reliable and cleaner Tuesday, 19th April 2011

New piston ring simulation methods provides deeper understanding of friction and wear in large marine engines

Burscheid, Germany, 19 April 2011… Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) has developed new piston ring simulation techniques that will help make future marine engines more fuel efficient. The company’s work within the European Union-supported HERCULES project, includes modelling techniques to provide new insights into the tribology of the ring and liner system of large engines, allowing reduced friction without increasing wear.

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Latest figures show drivers are as passionate as ever about their MGs and Rovers   Print  
The MG ZR is proving to be as popular today as it was when it was introduced Monday, 18th April 2011

Recent results from the SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders) show that there are still nearly one million MG and Rover cars on the road.  These figures demonstrate the longevity of MG Rover cars and the continued success of parts specialist XPart in keeping these highly regarded vehicles on the road.   

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Federal-Mogul has received two 2011 Automotive News PACE awards in recognition of its LKZ piston rings? and EcoTough-coated pistons? technological advancement and business performance Friday, 15th April 2011

Company honoured for its innovative EcoTough-Coated Piston and LKZ Piston Ring

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., April 15, 2011 … Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) was the recipient of two 2011 Automotive News PACE™ awards at a ceremony on April 11 in Detroit. The prestigious award recognises automotive suppliers for superior innovation, technological advancement and business performance.

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