AUTOMOTIVE Hungary 2018



Dear Partner!

We invite you to the Automotive Hungary (17-19 October 2018 Hungexpo) exhibition. Our cluster takes part in the exhibition.

You can make a registration here.

After successful registration a pdf document will be sent to you, which is the admission ticket with a barcode.
Please, print this document and take it to the fair, where you can enter the exhibition without any queue at the counters.

Best regards,
North Hungarian Automotive Cluster - NOHAC



TRIGO and PIC to Join Forces


Paris, FR—The TRIGO Group, an international provider of operational quality solutions headquartered in Paris, France, and The PIC Group, a North American leader of 3rd party quality solutions, have joined forces. The PIC Group, headquartered out of Ontario, Canada with locations in Canada, USA, and Mexico, has been servicing the automotive and manufacturing industries for over 30 years. The merger between the two companies will create the largest and most comprehensive breadth of quality services being offered globally in the market today.


More info: trigo_pic_en_04_11_15_final.pdf


Edmunds: Ford could retake No. 2 sales spot from Toyota this year


Feb. 12, 2010 source: automotive news

DETROIT -- Ford Motor Co. could reclaim its place from Toyota Motor Corp. as the No. 2 automaker in the United States for the first time since 2007, according to Edmunds.com's revised sales forecast for this year.



Toyota chief plans U.S. trip as Congress seeks answers


Feb.12, 2010 source: autonews.com

Toyota today said its embattled head, Akio Toyoda, plans a U.S. trip early next month but would not confirm whether he would attend congressional hearings probing the automaker's safety recalls. U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa, the top Republican on the House oversight and government committee, is pressing his case to get Toyoda to testify before a congressional committee, saying he would support a subpoena to force his appearance.



Toyota hit by over 100 Prius brake complaints


source: Associated Press

TOKYO – Toyota Motor Corp. has been hit by over 100 complaints in the U.S. and Japan about brake problems with the popular Prius hybrid, the latest in a spate of quality troubles for the automaker as it grapples with massive global recalls.