• Post time: Feb-11-2020

    As you may know, we are still in the Chinese New Year holiday and it seems to be unfortunately a bit longer one this time. You probably heard from the news already about the latest development of the coronavirus from Wuhan. The whole country is fighting against this battle and as an individual b...Read more »

  • Post time: Nov-27-2019

    This year’s winter season is steadily approaching, and now is the time for medium-duty fleet managers to start thinking about their choice of tire for when the rain, sleet and snow starts to pelt the pavement. According to Matt Schnedler, product manager of truck and bus radial (TBR) for the U.S....Read more »

  • Post time: Nov-07-2019

    UVeye is a provider of artificial intelligence (AI) based solutions for automatic external inspection of vehicles within the security industry. Initially developing systems to detect dangerous conditions like weapons, explosives, or other threats in some of the world’s most high-security location...Read more »

  • Post time: Oct-30-2019

    The next time you’re driving in the snow (or you’re visiting somewhere it snows), have a look at the vehicles you see in the ditch: Odds are a lot of them have all-wheel drive. What’s behind this perverse outcome for people who expected their car to get them where they wanted to...Read more »

  • Post time: Oct-21-2019

    Australian tire recycler Green Distillation Technologies (GDT) has partnered with CarbonScape, a company based in New Zealand, to turn the carbon created in its recycling process into high value graphite. GDT’s tire recycling process converts waste tires into oil, carbon and steel. CarbonScape ha...Read more »

  • Post time: Oct-11-2019

    New Japanese research has suggested that regularly eating mushrooms could help lower a man’s risk of prostate cancer. Led by researchers at University School of Public Health in Japan, the new study looked at a total of 36,499 participants between the ages of 40 and 79 and asked them to com...Read more »

  • Post time: Jun-13-2019

    Mr Trump has said US firms that import from China should look elsewhere – perhaps to Vietnam – or better still buy their goods from American manufacturers. But Mr Bondy says it is not so simple. “It takes a long time for productivity and value chains to be reoriented and that al...Read more »

  • Post time: Jun-13-2019

    Dr Crowley says the duties may draw China back to the negotiating table, but she does not expect them to offer radical compromises. “Yes they are having more of a growth slowdown, and they export more to the US than vice versa, so they will suffer more from a trade war. “But they are ...Read more »