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Gowan Group acquires Opel Ireland

Gowan Group, the family owned holding company, has announced an agreement with Opel Automobile GmbH to acquire Opel Ireland. The conclusion of the transaction is

TechTalk Online Magazine out now

With summer upon us, sister site TechTalk.ie has published a bumper edition online magazine, which is jam packed with “how to” articles and installation guides.

Tesla Model 3 among latest to achieve five star Euro NCAP rating

Euro NCAP has released safety ratings for six new cars, with four achieving five stars.

BMW to have 25 EVs on the market by 2023

BMW will have 25 electrified vehicles on the market by 2023 instead of 2025, with more than half of the 25 being fully electric, the

Somora to host special polishing training seminar

Irish distributor Somora will host a special training session on the innovative range of Menzerna polishes and compounds at 19:00 on Wednesday, July 24 at

Big decline in CV manufacturing in the UK in May

UK commercial vehicle (CV) manufacturing fell by more than two thirds (-69.9 per cent) in May, according to figures released today by the Society of

Vote for your favourites at the Irish Auto Trade Awards

The sixth annual Irish Auto Trade Awards takes place this year at Kilashee Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare on Thursday, October 17 and voting is now

TecAlliance honoured with ‘Data Information Excellence’ award

At its international supplier conference in Barcelona, Spain, the international trade cooperative TEMOT International honoured TecAlliance with a prize in the newly introduced ‘Information Data

Irish Van of the Year 2019 Category Winners announced

The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Business and Mercedes Benz X-Class have been named Category Winners of the Irish Van of the Year 2019 in association with

Nissan’s ice-cream van has 99 problems but harmful emissions ain’t one

Most ice cream vans, particularly older models, have diesel engines which are kept running to operate the refrigeration equipment. These motors are criticised for producing