Luke Broad new brand manager for Dacia UK & Ireland

14/09/2021 version

Electric car no one should leave on the side of the road

As part of the partnership with the #ELECTRICROAD 2021 event, we are publishing a series of perspectives written by organizer Jean-Patrick Tessier, Honorary President of the Event, who thus demystifies the topics that will be discussed.

Electric Street: Telling the Truth, Thinking Solid

Adam Wood, Marketing Director of Vauxhall Motors

As of August 2021, Adam Wood has replaced James Taylor as Marketing Director for Vauxhall Motors within the Stellantis Group.

movements

SGS France Group Chairmanship handed over to Alain Guy

Alain Guy has been appointed Chairman of SGS France Group in place of Eric Sarfati.

movements

Nationalization of highways: Bruno Le Maire condemns the “desert of ideas”

(AFP) – Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire on Monday sparked a “desert of ideas” in opposition after Marine Le Pen’s proposal to nationalize French highways, while he said waiting for an end to concessions within ten to fifteen years It is enough to do. .

around the car

Technical inspection of two wheelers: Emergency appeal dismissed

(AFP) – Administrative justice rejected a request for an emergency suspension of the government’s decision to nullify the installation of technical controls for two-wheelers, we learned from the NGO initiating the request and their lawyer on Monday.

Motorcycle

Toyota France President Frank Marotte: “Worst-case scenario, we’ll be a month behind our forecasts”

Yesterday, after a 6-week shutdown, production resumed at the Toyota plant in Valenciennes. Frank Marotte, president of Toyota France, told us that this interruption will not disrupt the commercial launch of the Yaris Cross, scheduled for open days on Thursday or later this week. On the other hand, production delay of one month will be realized on objectives, till the catch is achieved in the last quarter.

builders

United Kingdom: In case of shortage, government accelerates training of truck drivers

(AFP) – The British government announced Friday it will ramp up training for truck drivers in an effort to end a shortage plaguing the profession and fueling supply problems facing businesses across the country.

around the car

See also  Coronavirus: Labor calls on government to delay tenure as thousands of students fall into lockout

You May Also Like

About the Author: Forrest Morton

Organizer. Zombie aficionado. Wannabe reader. Passionate writer. Twitter lover. Music scholar. Web expert.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *