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Federal-Mogul Technologies at InnoTrans in Berlin   Print  
At InnoTrans, Federal-Mogul will feature new GOETZE large-size piston rings with diameters of between 145 and 300mm Friday, 23rd July 2010

Leading Products and Recognized Federal-Mogul Brands Provide Enhanced Power and Safety to Rail Transport

Berlin, 23 July 2010… Federal-Mogul, known first and foremost as a leading global automotive supplier, is also a specialist in the rail vehicle sector. Under Federal-Mogul’s brands GOETZE, FERODO, Bentley Harris, National and DEVA, the company offers products that are crucial for keeping trains safely on track. As a result, the theme of Federal-Mogul’s stand at the InnoTrans trade fair in Berlin (Stand 218, Hall 1.2) will be: “Stop and Go – We keep them rolling and we stop them all!”


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INNOVATIVE COATED PISTON FROM FEDERAL-MOGUL REDUCES FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS   Print  
EcoTough-coated piston (right) shows visibly lower wear after testing at full load with 50 cold starts than the standard coated piston (left). Wednesday, 21st July 2010

New EcoTough®-coated pistons reduce friction losses, improve wear resistance and can be introduced in volume production as a running change

Southfield, Michigan, July 21, 2010… Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML), a leading global supplier of technologies that improve powertrain efficiency and enhance vehicle safety, has developed a new coated piston for gasoline engines that combines the properties of low wear and low friction in a single application. The new EcoTough®-coated piston offers superior wear resistance and reduces fuel consumption up to 0.8 percent, as well as reducing CO2 emissions, compared to conventional piston coatings. The EcoTough-coated piston is compatible with existing and advanced cylinder bore finishes and can be introduced seamlessly in volume engine production as a running change.


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Emergency logistics specialist highlights key supply challenges raised by summer shutdowns   Print  
Evolution Time Critical is advising car makers and Tier 1 suppliers to ensure they have adequate contingency plans in place as manufacturers and suppliers across Europe prepare for summer shutdowns Tuesday, 20th July 2010

Evolution Time Critical highlights the key supply issues that can cause production delays pre and post European summer car manufacturing shutdowns

Evolution Time Critical is advising car makers and Tier 1 suppliers to ensure they have adequate contingency plans in place as manufacturers and suppliers across Europe prepare for summer shutdowns. The emergency logistics specialist has highlighted a number of key supply challenges facing European vehicle manufacturers in the next few weeks. These include additional deliveries of components both pre and post shutdown, shortages caused by Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers with different shutdown dates, quality issues raised by the use of skeleton staff, temporary packaging and inadequate labelling, and the difficulty of acquiring parts needed for engineering changes.


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XPart offers summer discounts on 5,000 MG Rover parts   Print  
XPart is discounting the price of more than 5,000 MG Rover parts in a bid to keep more MG Rover cars on the road by reducing the cost of ownership Wednesday, 14th July 2010

Parts specialist XPart is offering substantial price reductions on more than 5,000 MG Rover part numbers in a bid to make the cost of car ownership more affordable

XPart is discounting the price of more than 5,000 MG Rover parts in a bid to keep more MG Rover cars on the road by reducing the cost of ownership. The parts firm will be introducing substantial price reductions on carefully selected components from all categories of their range of MG Rover parts from 1st August 2010, which includes mechanical and body parts, trim and accessories. Customers interested in making an enquiry or placing an order can locate their nearest XPart parts wholesaler or AutoService centre via www.xpartautoservicecentre.com.


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XPart MG Rover competition winners revealed   Print  
John Newey of Summit Garage has won a prize from XPart for his collection of MG V8s, which includes an MG ZT 400SE, an MG RV8 and the pictured MG SV-R Monday, 12th July 2010

Part specialist XPart has revealed the winners of its competition to find Britain’s MG or Rover with the most interesting history

MG Rover parts specialist XPart has announced the winners of its recent competition to identify the country’s MG or Rover with the most interesting history. John Newey of Summit Auto and Kevin Hogan of Hogan Bros Car Sales were both awarded ultra-bright LED handlamps for their competition entries. Newey’s collection of MG V8s includes an MG ZT 400SE, an MG RV8 and an MG SV-R, while Hogan is the proud owner of an Austin A55 1958 with over 700,000 miles on the clock.


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Aston Martin Racing uses BERU f1systems? TPMS for 2010 N?rburgring 24 hour race cars   Print  
Trusted at the highest levels of motorsport, BERU?s TPMS provides Aston Martin?s race engineers and drivers with accurate, reliable tyre pressure and temperature data throughout the race Thursday, 8th July 2010

Aston Martin ran BERU f1systems’ Tyre Pressure Monitoring System on its Nürburgring 24 hour V12 Vantage and Rapide entries to improve tyre performance and safety

Aston Martin Racing ran BERU f1systems’ Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) on its Nürburgring 24 hour race entries for the second year in a row. The system was used on Aston Martin’s V12 Vantage race car, together with the new Rapide model. Trusted at the highest levels of motorsport and proven in a wide range of OE applications, BERU’s TPMS provided Aston Martin’s race engineers and drivers with accurate, reliable tyre pressure and temperature data throughout the race.


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Racecar materials technology makes the grade offshore   Print  
Prodrive?s Ian Handscombe predicts increasing interest in composites for offshore applications where the material?s strength, durability and light weight can drive improvements in cost and performance Thursday, 1st July 2010

Motorsport expertise produces stiffer, lighter and more durable carbon composite structures to challenge steel

The offshore industry is starting to tap into motorsport’s expertise in the use of advanced structural materials. Prodrive, one of the world’s most successful motorsport specialists, is receiving increasing interest from the offshore sector in the benefits offered by replacing metals with carbon composite materials originally developed for racecars and aerospace.


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MG Rovers show strength in numbers   Print  
Parts specialist XPart has revealed that MG Rover cars produced post-2000 have only declined by three percent in the past 12 months, despite the manufacturer?s collapse in 2005 Wednesday, 23rd June 2010

Parts specialist XPart reveals that MG Rover cars produced post-2000 have only declined by three percent in the past 12 months, despite the factory closure in 2005

MG Rover cars are still alive and well on the UK’s roads as DVLA figures highlight a slow decline in MG and Rover models, reveals XPart. The figures produced by the DVLA show that the vehicle parc for MG Rovers produced post-2000 has only declined marginally in the past 12 months.


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New DC-DC technology will aid development of next generation electric and hybrid vehicles   Print  
The flexible converter will handle multiple voltages simultaneously on both the input and output sides. Thursday, 17th June 2010

Flexible multiport converter may replace multiple separate DC-DC converters on future hybrid vehicles, saving cost, weight and space

Prodrive is leading a consortium of companies to develop a new technology for electric and electric hybrid vehicles that will reduce the weight and space taken by the electrical power system.  The 3 year project to develop a flexible DC-DC converter is supported by investment from the government-backed Technology Strategy Board. Prodrive is joined by the University of Manchester, Raytheon Systems Ltd, SciSys, International Transformers and Tata Motors European Technical centre. The first year of the project will be devoted to fundamental research, followed by two years of application and development, leading to a driveable demonstration car by the end of year three; market introduction is said to be 5-7 years away.


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Cable&Wireless Worldwide goes the extra mile for its customers, with help of emergency logistics services   Print  
Telecoms giant Cable&Wireless Worldwide is reinforcing its commitment to customer service by using emergency logistics specialist to transport vital electronic components Thursday, 3rd June 2010

Telecoms giant Cable&Wireless Worldwide enlisted the help of an emergency logistics specialist to transport vital electronic components for a customer

Cable&Wireless Worldwide, one of the world’s leading critical communication companies, reinforced its commitment to customer service when it pulled out all the stops to prevent disruption to the Middle Eastern trading operations of a major international bank. C&W Worldwide called upon Evolution Time Critical to transport a high value electronic component from Livingston to London in just three and a half hours so its engineers were able to make a repair before their 3:30 am deadline, ensuring trading continued unaffected. Having received the call late one Sunday evening, Evolution ensured the component arrived in the City of London before 3:00 am.


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