Reflections

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Sometimes it takes a troubling experience to realize previously made mistakes. UAW President Bob King is no exception to this rule. After a near death experience, King is publicly reflecting on where the Union has gone wrong over the past years. According to an article on freep.com, King “acknowledged that the union failed to anticipate […]

Volkswagen Moves Forward

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Volkswagen has made an ambitious goal public, and they seem on the right track to achieve it. After announcing plans to be one of the largest automakers in the United States by 2018, Volkswagen is making the right moves to get there. VW announced plans to open a $550 million engine production plant in Mexico, […]

Chrysler Crisis

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Chrysler has had one bad week for press. The car company just announced the suspension of a group of plant workers who were caught getting inebriated during lunch breaks. The ten to twelve workers were busted by local Detroit television station WJBK-TV. Apparently, another worker noticed the behavior and tipped off the station. WJBK then […]

High Fashion and Automobiles

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Auto Shippers is pleased to see excellence being awarded, as Caroline Herrera is the new title holder of “Mercedes-Benz Presents” for the upcoming fall Fashion Week. Herrara is being awarded for her 2011 spring and summer season collection. It will be debuted at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at the Lincoln Center in New York City on […]

Creating Opportunity

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Too often nowadays, all we hear about is the end of things – closing of factories, businesses shutting their doors, people losing jobs. Auto Shippers would like to keep you updated on the positive outcomes of these “ends” in our economy, and how companies are turning an end into a change. Many vehicle manufacturing plants […]

A Reason for a Fiesta

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Ford once again proves the reliability of its brand with a surprising winner. The 2011 Ford Fiesta is voted as a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The first mini-car to get voted onto the list, the eighth Ford vehicle to be voted a Top Safety Pick by the IIHS. There […]

Toyota Partners with Yellowstone National Park

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Auto Shippers congratulates Toyota on a large accomplishment for both the company and the nation. Toyota lent its engineers to Yellowstone National Park to lend a little of their know-how to the National Park’s engineers as they collaborated to build the Old Faithful Visitor Education Center. According to motortrend.com, this building is, “the first national […]

Zippin’ Up in Buffalo

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Auto Shippers is always happy to see efforts to preserve our environment, and the University of Buffalo is doing just that. The college, located in upstate New York, is now working with Zipcar, Inc., which is the largest car-sharing service in the world. Zipcar is a company that provides a slew of cars for a […]

Congratulations to China Automotive Systems, Inc.

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Auto Shippers is proud to see a quality automotives company making waves in the business world. China Automotive Systems Inc. ranked 23rd on Fortune 2010’s “100 Fastest Growing Companies” list. This list details the top domestic and international companies that are excelling in revenue, market capitalization, major growth over this year’s quarters, as well as […]

Wi-Fi Wonder

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As times change, so does Ford. Determined to make the most out of recent technological advancements, Ford has announced use of Wi-Fi technology on its assembly lines. According to motortrend.com, Ford is using Wi-Fi to install SYNC software (Ford’s brand) to readily equipped vehicles. By doing this, Ford will get rid of the need to […]

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