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Irish News Archive

New app to help keep car sales moving post Covid-19

In the Covid19-ravaged business environment, car dealers are suffering particularly hard, as sales of both new and used vehicles have been reduced to practically zero,

New Brand Marketing Manager for Mazda Motor Ireland

Mazda Ireland has appointed Robert Barnes as new Brand Marketing Manager to spearhead the marketing and product functions at the company. Having joined the brand

Equipco adds San Ozone range of sterilisers

Workshop equipment specialists, Equipco Ireland Ltd has added the San Ozone range of vehicle and room sterilisation systems to its burgeoning product portfolio.

Change of telephone number announced for Schaeffler REPXPERT Hotline

Schaeffler has invested in an updated telecoms system to help reduce call waiting times for mechanics needing technical advice for its range of LuK transmission,

Phased reopening of some RSA services begin today

The Road Safety Authority (RSA) has confirmed that the phased reopening of some of its services from Today, Monday June 8, the start of phase

NCT reopening on a phased basis from Monday

The NCTS has announced that it is reopening the service on a phased basis from this Monday, the 8th. of June 2020 with the reopening of

First Line highlights changes in steering & suspension components

Vehicle manufacturers (VMs) are constantly driven by the need to reduce emissions and improve the efficiency of their models, as well as increasing the percentage

Denso set to launch free Air Conditioning webinars

Denso has launched a series of free webinars, aimed at workshops and technicians. The online training will provide hands-on air conditioning and thermal management tips,

WAI adds new starter motors to ever-expanding rang

Parts manufacturer, WAIglobal has enhanced its range of rotating electrics by adding four new starter motors, as it continues to press forward in the market.  

IAAF says Scrappage schemes are not the answer

The car industry has struggled as a direct result of the coronavirus in recent months, and many new vehicle manufacturers in the industry calling for