Articles about Auto Industry News

It’s a massive aftermarket parts show
There's a huge event happening this weekend at the SMX Convention Center in Metro Manila. From July 13 to 15, auto aftermarket retailers and distributors, as well as audio visual equipment enthusiasts, can source parts and accessories directly from manufacturers at
Is your favorite carmaker included?
The past year was one hell of a time to be interested in the auto industry. There were incredible highs--as in the case of Elon Musk and Tesla's meteoric rise to superstar status--as well as embarrassing lows (looking at
Group remains as solid as ever, it claims
In spite of last year's departure of several associate members (Hyundai, Chevrolet and Volvo) as well as long-time president Elizabeth Lee, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. remains intact and solid, the industry organization said in a
At the heart of Bonifacio Global City
Jaguar Cars Inc. and LRPhils Motors Inc. have moved to a bigger and better showroom at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig as proof of the group's continuing commitment to invest in the future of the country's automotive industry."We
Last-quarter surge in sales augurs well for carmakers<br />
A merry Christmas in the local automotive industry resulted in better overall sales for carmakers in 2009, data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers in the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) showed.December sales reached a record of 13,596 units--the highest singular
Post-typhoon purchases continue to boost local vehicle sales<br />
Philippine automotive industry sales grew for a second month as consumers continued to buy cars to replace vehicles damaged by typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng.A total of 118,848 automobiles were sold from January to November, 3.7 percent higher than the
"Ghost month" took its toll on the industry<br />
Car sales dipped in August but auto industry players remain optimistic purchases will pick up in the coming months.Data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. (CAMPI) showed sales in the past eight months are 1.3 percent
Pinoys remained car savvy despite the economic slowdown with car sales rising 19 percent in March.Data from the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) showed the industry sold 10,746 units last month compared to only 9,027
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