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Business, But Not "As Usual" Under President-Elect Trump

Business, But Not "As Usual" Under President-Elect Trump

Questions abound as promises are made that could directly impact the auto industry.

Talking to Parents a Good First Step in Training Auto Technicians

Talking to Parents a Good First Step in Training Auto Technicians

The first and often most difficult job when it comes to training technicians for automotive manufacturing is convincing their parents that college shouldn’t necessarily be the goal.

A One-armed Robot Tries to Steal the Show

A One-armed Robot Tries to Steal the Show

A one-armed, doe-eyed robot named Sawyer drew crowds of admirers recently in the exhibition hall at the Southern Automotive Conference in Biloxi.

A Busy 2017 Sure to Hold Risks and Rewards

A Busy 2017 Sure to Hold Risks and Rewards

Here are some upcoming events for 2017 to consider as we turn the calendar toward a new year of Southern automotive manufacturing.

BMW Grows to 8,800 Jobs in Spartanburg

BMW Grows to 8,800 Jobs in Spartanburg

BMW Manufacturing Co. in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, will start 2017 with a new chief executive officer and continued work toward a $1 billion expansion throughout much of its operation.

Mercedes X-Class Out There, Just Beyond the Horizon

Mercedes X-Class Out There, Just Beyond the Horizon

Daimler AG says it will initially skip over the U.S. market when it introduces its X-Class, the first Mercedes-Benz pickup, in late 2017.

Toyota Wins ‘Most American-Made’ Crown Again

Toyota Wins ‘Most American-Made’ Crown Again

For the second year in a row and sixth time overall, the Toyota Camry claims the top position.