Automotive News   |   Automotive News Europe   |   Autoweek   |   Automobilwoche

Automotive News China Newsletter
Register our free newsletter, sent each Monday and Thursday

     Automakers   Suppliers   Auto Show   Comment   Car Cutaway   Newsletters   Press Releases   Register for Newsletter
  Contact Us:   Editorial   Advertising   Subscription Information   |   About Us   Media Kit
Home >> Automaker Email this story   Print this story
 
Spain's Antolin forms China JV with Inoac of Japan and Ningbo Huaxiang
Plastics News | 2011/12/13

BURGOS, Spain -- Spanish automotive supplier Grupo Antolin is setting up a joint venture in north China with Japanese foam processor Inoac Corp. and China's Ningbo Huaxiang Electronic.

The three-way venture "will be the only business platform for all three parties in the territory," and could allow the partners to consolidate their commercial resources in northern China, Grupo Antolin said.

Antolin, which is based in Burgos, Spain, is a major producer of headliners, seats and interior parts. The company also is expanding into the lighting business through the acquisition of CML Innovative Technologies, a deal that was announced last week.

Antolin operates ten facilities in China.


Related Stories
  • With EVs, drones and AI, China crafts green-tech megalopolis
  •     --Published:2019/25/6
     
  • EV startups face more funding hurdles
  •     --Published:2019/21/6
     
  • EV startup Byton hires veteran engineers from Ford, Renault
  •     --Published:2019/21/6
     
  • China, alarmed by recent fires, sets EV safety tests
  •     --Published:2019/18/6
     
  • Evergrande Group plans major EV plant hubs in Shenyang, Guangzhou
  •     --Published:2019/18/6
     
  • Real estate developer Evergrande to build EV production complex in Guangzhou
  •     --Published:2019/14/6
     
  • China's red-hot EV market cools
  •     --Published:2019/14/6
     
  • Toyota speeds up electrified vehicle schedule as demand heats up
  •     --Published:2019/11/6
     
  • Ford to launch first EV in second half
  •     --Published:2019/11/6
     
  • China moves to prevent a crash in booming EV market
  •     --Published:2019/7/6
     
  • Behind China's big bet on EVs: A wave of Detroits
  •     --Published:2019/4/6
     
  • China's EV plants expected to run at 80% of capacity in 2019-20
  •     --Published:2019/31/5
     
  • EV startup Reech to build vehicles at idled Suzuki plant
  •     --Published:2019/28/5
     
  • Geely opens EV research center in Germany
  •     --Published:2019/17/5
     
     

    Our Newsletter Editions
    Automotive News China produces two email newsletters each week. You can sort your news by the articles highlighted in each of our newsletters here.

    Select your newsletter     

     
     

    Automotive News China
    Room 1303, Building 2, Lane 99, South Hongcao Road,
    Shanghai 200233
    Telephone: 86-139-1851-5816
    Fax: 86-21-6495-0895
     
    Home | Help Center | About Us | Privacy Policy | RSS
    Entire contents © Crain Communications, Inc.
    Use of editorial content without permission is strictly prohibited. All Rights Reserved.
    ICP06057291