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On February 5th, the European Parliament Directorate-General for Internal Policies Policy Department B published its latest study: "The World is Changing. Transport Too."   Read below for the abstract:   "The European population is growing and ageing. Mobile information and communication technologies are developing rapidly. Global competition and the...

The Commission has today proposed a major overhaul of the so-called 'EU type approval framework' to ensure car manufacturers comply strictly with all EU safety, environmental and production requirements. Under current rules, national authorities are solely responsible for certifying that a vehicle meets all requirements...

At the beginning of the year, CLEPA successfully launched its REMAN Policy Working Group in order to raise awareness and gain support from policymakers on a European and international political level by promoting Remanufacturing. The first meeting of the WG took place on the 18th of...

[caption id="attachment_9838" align="alignnone" width="546"] Brussels, January 21, 2016, assignment for ACEA at their annual meeting. © Fred Guerdin ©[/caption]   On 21 January 2016, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) hosted a reception in Brussels on the occasion of its 25th anniversary. After Secretary General Erik Jonnaert had...

Detroit. ZF was the only automotive supplier to host President Barack Obama at its North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) booth during his visit to Detroit on January, 20. The company demonstrated its advanced technologies that improve vehicle efficiency and safety and makes automated driving...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]ZF TRW says it remains convinced CO2 emissions reduction is on an irreversible downward path as regulators flex ever stronger muscles when it comes to pollution. The European Commission has set the ambitious target of 95g of CO2 emissions per 100km by 2021 - although some suppliers...