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Record results for Škoda fleet in 2017

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ŠKODA UK has announced a successful 2017 taking its biggest share of the fleet market to-date. The new figures released from the SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders), has revealed that ŠKODA reached 9th position in the True Fleet market for the first time, up from 12th position the previous year. ...

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HERE Technologies collaborates with AWS to deliver seamless location services to developers

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Location data and services provide essential functionality for today’s products, services and solutions. HERE Technologies, the Open Location Platform company, collaborated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer developers seamless access to an array of location services through the recently launched AWS Serverless Application Repository.  Through this collaboration, HERE and ...

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Lookers is named Mercedes-Benz Cars UK Retailer of the Year 2017

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Mercedes-Benz Cars UK has named Lookers Group Kent as Retailer of the Year at the annual Mercedes-Benz Retailer Awards, held in London on Saturday night. Lookers – which has sites in Ashford, Canterbury, Maidstone, and Tonbridge – stood out thanks to its impressive performance in every area. This includes new ...

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Bridgestone: Senior Management changes

Bridgestone Corporation today announced the following changes in Corporate Officers. 1. Changing Positions and Responsibilities of Corporate Officers (Effective March End, 2018) Name New Former Minoru SHIMIZU Senior Vice President and Senior Officer Responsible for Japan Tire Business; Concurrently CEO, Japan Tire SBU Senior Vice President and Senior Officer Responsible ...

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Flint Engine to build all-new diesel engine for 2019 Chevrolet Silverado

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General Motors announced today that Flint Engine Operations will serve as the manufacturing site for the all-new Duramax 3.0L turbo-diesel for the 2019 Silverado. In 2015 GM announced a $263 million investment in Flint Engine Operations for a new engine line. The 2019 Silverado will be available with six engine/transmission ...

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