Hawaii’s Energy Excelerator gets $80k from one of world’s top auto parts makers

Duane Shimogawa Reporter- Pacific Business News The Energy Excelerator, a program designed to help energy innovation companies navigate markets in Hawaii and the Asia-Pacific region, has secured a major corporate partner in Japan’s Denso Corp., one of the world’s biggest automobile parts manufacturers, a spokeswoman for the excelerator told PBN. …

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Mazda sees Thailand as global base

http://www2.bangkokpost.com/business/news/451822/mazda-sees-thailand-as-global-base Japanese car maker Mazda Motor Corporation is set to deploy its Thai factory as the group’s second global production base, mainly for pickup trucks and eco-cars. Hidesuke Takesue, newly appointed president of Mazda Sales (Thailand), said the comprehensive new facility, designed to make not only vehicles but also transmissions and engines, …

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Ford has confirmed that the new Everest (new Ford Endeavour for India) will enter production this year at its Rayong plant in Thailand, and in Nanchang, China

Ford has confirmed that the new Everest (new Ford Endeavour for India) will enter production this year at its Rayong plant in Thailand, and in Nanchang, China. The SUV will launch in key markets like China, Thailand, Australia and India this year as well. Spotted in different colors, these units …

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Global Auto Parts Manufacturing Market Share, Size, Trends Analysis and Forecast to 2020,

Global automotive industry has been witnessing a high growth which is laying exponential opportunities for the automotive parts industry. There are basically two types of market for auto parts manufacturing namely Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) and aftermarket. In OEM the auto parts manufacturing industry supply components to the OEMs which …

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To reduce operations and eliminate machinist intervention, a new aerospace manufacturing venture relies on its CAD/CAM software

‘One and done’ Elizabeth Engler Modic | February 19, 2015 To reduce operations and eliminate machinist intervention, a new aerospace manufacturing venture relies on its CAD/CAM software. Strict adherence to a one-and-done manufacturing philosophy propelled aerospace manufacturing start-up Gray Manufacturing Technologies (GMT) into a strong $250,000 backlog after its first …

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