From 5 to 7 March 2020, Automechanika Ho Chi Minh City is set to bring in more business-focused, workshop-packed and experience-oriented opportunities to the Vietnam automotive market. Industry players and car lovers will be able to explore top-quality products and services across 10,200 sqm of exhibition space. Fairgoers can also gain insight into a Vietnamese automotive lifestyle and culture by engaging with captivating and unparalleled fringe programme events tailored for the local auto community.
For their customer MAN Truck & Bus, Hengst used the Blue.maxx modular system for diesel filtration as the basis for development of a custom solution: the Fuel Service Center (FSC). The “new” FSC is a five-stage filtration system with lifetime water separation, in which the single stages are optimally integrated in a pre-filter and main filter.
Since 2007, Intertraffic China has received positive reception from regional industry stakeholders in China by successfully organising 13 annual flagship events for infrastructure, safety, parking, smart mobility and traffic management. As Tier 1 Chinese cities, Beijing and Shanghai are both regions that Intertraffic China takes place alternately.
Themed “Heartbeat of Mobility”, LTA-UITP Singapore International Transport Congress & Exhibition (SITCE) 2020 will put its focus on human-oriented approach in ensuring the sustainability of urban mobility development, while at the same time, recognising the importance of technical aspects in public transport systems, such as infrastructure connectivity and speed.
Foton Daimler Automotive Co Ltd (Foton Daimler) was established as a joint venture with Foton and Daimler as the players involved and the company is integrally involved within the automotive industry helping to produce engines and high-end heavy duty trucks.
Sendok Global Academy Sdn Bhd (hereafter referred to as Sendok Global Academy), owned by Eco-R (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd and Sendok Group, offers a special program that provides training on End-of-Life Vehicle (ELV) processing, a skill that the training centre believes to be essential in the commercial vehicle industry. In view of the upcoming announcement of the revised National Automotive Policy (NAP) 2020, new policies and regulatory changes in regard to every segment of the automotive industry that include both “new and emerging tech,” are highly anticipated by the public. The NAP 2020 is expected to set revised laws on vehicle management systems, amongst others.
ZF Friedrichshafen AG, a German manufacturing company, is observed to speed up the deadline for automated commercial trucking by the year 2025. ZF is primarily known for its design, research and development, and manufacturing services in the global automotive industry, and the company is setting the course with its recent developments in trucking autonomy.
Global technology leader Zyfra has been awarded a contract to implement its “Intelligent Mine” solution at India's largest energy conglomerate, NTPC’s flagship Pakri Barwadih Coal Mining Project (PBCMP) in Jharkhand, India.
PBCMP operator Thriveni Earthmovers Private Limited (Thriveni), awarded Zyfra a first of a kind contract to implement its “Intelligent Mine solution” at the flagship mine. Zyfra is a global leader in the automation of large mining operations and has its sights on projects in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Steering into its fourth edition, Automechanika Ho Chi Minh City (AMHCMC) will rally an automotive community to provide comprehensive coverage of the supply chain. 390 international and domestic exhibitors will gather across 10,200 sqm of the exhibition floor at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC) from 5 to 7 March 2020. From OE (original equipment) to the aftermarket, the show will introduce the new automotive manufacturing and automation segment to cover various sectors in the industry. The community will also help drive localisation, industrialisation and modernisation in the local market by promoting made-in-Vietnam brands.
A decade has passed since the Hino Pro-Care Mobile Workshop service was put in full effect, and customers needing roadside assistance have praised this initiative. To better cater to Hino customers and making sure every one of their needs is met, the Hino Pro-Care Mobile Workshop was set up as an alternative measure to attend to any emergency breakdowns. In case of a breakdown, customers can request the mobile workshop to arrive onsite and conduct any minor maintenance repairs such as belt snaps and fan malfunctions without any towing necessary. This service offered by the Hino aftersales service team has been applauded by many customers, as it can be done in a timely manner without affecting business operations.