Philips Automotive Lighting has been at the forefront of vehicle lighting technology and innovation since 1914. Its products can be found in one in every three new cars sold in Europe and so it is not surprising to find it leading the way in LED technology. Part of the vision has always been to inform the market about how changing technology can be of the benefit
Axalta, a leading global supplier of liquid and powder coatings, has issued its 2018-2019 Sustainability Report, highlighting the company’s advancements in sustainable business practices, including technology, operations and responsible sourcing.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today released their official new vehicle statistics. New car registrations for July were down 14.1 per cent (21,213) when compared to July 2019 (24,681). While registrations year to date are also down 29.8 per cent (74,069) on the same period last year (105,439). Light Commercials vehicles (LCV)
The popular Mazda colour Machine Grey is applied using a cutting-edge robotic painting technology called Takuminuri, which makes the repair of this three-stage colour particularly demanding. Kevin Welling, Training Academy Manager for Axalta in the UK and Ireland, gives practical tips for repairing it with the Spies Hecker Permahyd Hi-TEC 480 Base Coat system
Cromax has introduced ChromaConnect – an advanced digital colour management system. ChromaConnect gives bodyshops the ultimate freedom and flexibility of completely wireless, digital processes for everything from colour matching to colour mixing.
In June 2020, the next generation of a lighting technology premiered in the Audi Q5. The digital OLED technology, with organic light-emitting diodes (so-called OLEDs), was first pioneered by Audi as far back as in 2016. Now, it appears that digitalisation is ringing in a new age. This technology promises to improve road safety and