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CO2 targets – Automotive suppliers urge co-legislators to take into account the risk for employment
Member States in the Council have adopted their position (‘general approach’) on the regulation for CO2 targets for cars and vans. Environment ministers decided to raise the target for cars for 20...
10 Oct 2018 - Read more
Automotive suppliers urge co-legislators to stay with CO2 targets proposed by European Commission
Today, the Plenary of the European Parliament has taken the position for a reduction of 40% of carbon emissions from new passenger cars and vans by 2030, well beyond the European Commission proposal,...
03 Oct 2018 - Read more
CLEPA Warranty Conference
Warranty and quality specialists from automotive suppliers have met at the 2018 CLEPA Warranty Conference in Frankfurt, Sept 18 2019 to discuss the future challenges in managing warranty in the future...
20 Sep 2018 - Read more
ENSEMBLE Project, working on the specification of a generic solution
  The ENSEMBLE - ENabling SafE Multi-Brand pLatooning for Europe –an initiative project co-funded by the European Commission, saw a further successful meeting recently to kick-start its...
20 Sep 2018 - Read more
Swift adoption of the General Safety Regulation could save many lives
The revision of the General Safety Regulation promises an important step towards reaching EU road safety targets and a significant reduction of road casualties. The regulation which is currently being...
20 Sep 2018 - Read more
CLEPA Newsletter Editorial September 2018: Making shipshape before the European elections
The European Commission’s ‘state of the union 2018’ presented last week by Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made a point of celebrating achievements but signalled loudly as well that the...
20 Sep 2018 - Read more
The US-Iran related sanctions and the EU Blocking Statute
In response to President Trump’s Executive Order re-imposing certain Iran-related sanctions, the EU expanded the scope of its Blocking Statute, to cover these sanctions.   On 7th August,...
20 Sep 2018 - Read more
The future of commercial vehicles addressed at world’s leading trade show for mobility
67th IAA Commercial Vehicles, world’s most important trade fair for transport, logistics and mobility, is taking place in Hannover, Germany, from September 20 to 27, 2018. The fair address questions...
20 Sep 2018 - Read more
Stuttgart region supports DRIVES Project
On September 19th 2018, working package leaders of the DRIVES project met in Stuttgart. The meeting was hosted by “Region Stuttgart”, an association of local authorities within the Stuttgart Regio...
20 Sep 2018 - Read more
#EUGoesDriverless Newsletter 8th Issue: CARTRE Final Results and Future Steps
The Connected and Automated Driving in Europe Initiative has published the 8th issue of the #EUGoesDriverless newsletter. It presents the final results, achievements and future steps of the Coordi...
19 Sep 2018 - Read more
CLEPA warns of the effects of a no deal Brexit to the automotive suppliers´ industry
The informal summit in Salzburg will see a special meeting of EU-27 leaders, without UK Prime Minister Theresa May, to discuss Brexit. No formal conclusions are prepared, however it is expected, that...
18 Sep 2018 - Read more
Environment committee underestimates progress in decarbonisation of transport
The environment committee of the European Parliament calls for stricter CO2 targets for passenger cars and vans than proposed by the European Commission and a threshold in addition to incentives for s...
11 Sep 2018 - Read more
CLEPA highlights transformative forces during Automechanika 2018 in Frankfurt
CLEPA participates in the 25th edition of Automechanika, presenting how connectivity and digitalisation are changing the automotive aftermarket, as reported in the “Aftermarket 2025” study....
10 Sep 2018 - Read more
US president announces revised trade deal between US and Mexico
On  27th August, U.S. President Donald Trump announced a common accord between the US and Mexico on key trade terms – a replacement  of the existing 25-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement...
29 Aug 2018 - Read more
Positive and constructive dialogue in transatlantic trade
European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker and U.S. President Donald Trump agreed yesterday to work towards strengthening the bilateral trade relationship, including the elimination of tariffs a...
26 Jul 2018 - Read more
CLEPA Newsletter Editorial July 2018 – Electrification is name of the game
The proposed ambition level of the post-2020 CO2 emissions legislation for cars and vans will drive the rapid transformation of the automotive landscape both on the road - with a significant amount of...
20 Jul 2018 - Read more
Strong opposition from the US automotive industry facing potential tariffs of 25% being imposed by US Government on automobiles and automotive parts
On 19th July, the US Department of Commerce is holding its hearing to determine whether imported automobiles and automotive parts actually pose a national security threat and should therefore be subje...
19 Jul 2018 - Read more
EU and Japan sign Economic Partnership Agreement
At the EU-Japan summit in Tokyo, European Presidents Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, signed this week the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA). Th...
18 Jul 2018 - Read more
CLEPA on the vote on opinions on CO2 standards: Tough balancing act
The committee for Transport and Tourism in the European Parliament has voted yesterday to confirm the Commission’s proposed reduction targets for cars and vans, to call for more flexible rules on ec...
11 Jul 2018 - Read more
DRIVES Project: #1 Newsletter
During the next 4-years, DRIVES Project be publishing regular updates on this thrilling project, involving 24 partners from 11 countries, whose aim is to analyse the European automotive sector’s wor...
10 Jul 2018 - Read more
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