ArvinMeritor Inc. is better known in heavy industries for the high quality products and parts. The company foundation was built in 1997, when Rockwell International decided to lose the...
Autoliv Inc. is responsible for developing, designing, producing and selling safety systems and equipment for all kinds of cars, brands and models out there. The company was created in...
Established in Auburn Hills, Michigan, BorgWarner Inc. is a top notch designer and producer of automotive parts, components and systems. The company is mostly popular for transmission systems (both...
Founded by Clessie Lyle Cummins in 1919, Cummins Inc. is now a Fortune 500 company. It develops, produces and sells filtration and power generation items, as well as engines...
Established in 1904 by Clarence Spice, Dana Holding Corporation has managed to become one of the largest suppliers of power train parts and components in the world. Some of...
Federal-Mogul Corporation is one of North America’s largest automotive suppliers. The company was created in 1899. Back then, it was known as Muzzy-Lyon Company. Today, it is based in...
Established more than a century ago, in 1903, Ford Motor Company is the most representative automotive maker in the United States of America, but also one of the first...
General Motors Corp. is one of the leading names in the international automotive industry. The company is responsible for designing, manufacturing and selling all kinds of vehicles, as well...
Goodyear S.A. was established in 1898, in the small town of Akron, Ohio. Today, it is one of the most important tire manufacturers in the world and the sole...
Sometimes known as Harley or H-D, Harley-Davidson Inc. is a world renowned motorcycle manufacturer headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is one of the two manufacturers that have managed to...
Founded in 1885, Johnson Controls Inc. is responsible for designing, engineering, producing and delivering various services and products that can optimize the energy consumption. The primary purpose of this...
Lear Corporation is based in Southfield, Michigan and handles the distribution, production and sales of various types of automotive seats. It is also responsible for sophisticated and innovative electrical...
Michael Greenberg Esquire is a personal injury lawyer based out of Philadelphia, PA that specializes in car accidents, truck accidents, and other vehicular injuries. With millions of drivers on...
Initially known as Oshkosh Truck, Oshkosh Corporation is currently a large industrial service that develops, designs, produces and sells all kinds of trucks, but especially military trucks, specialty vehicles,...
PACCAR Inc. is currently one of the top three truck manufacturers in the world. The company also produces light and medium machines through a series of subsidiaries, but it...
Tenneco Inc. is a top manufacturer of original automotive components for various producers. At the same time, it handles aftermarket productions of emission items. The company was founded in...
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About the Automobile Industry
While the first self propelled vehicles were initially built during the 17th century, the first cars showed up in Europe and North America during the 19-th century. Ever since that moment, the automotive industry has become one of the fields with the fastest growing rates. Basically, every new year brings in a series of models, innovations and quality standards. The financial crisis has severely affected this industry though. But fortunately, it is slowly recovering. From many points of view, the automotive field is one of those trades that will never die, especially with such modern technologies like electric cars.
Automotive manufacturers are responsible for the design, development and distribution of vehicles. They sell their work through a series of branches, as well as individual dealers. Most manufacturers sell their vehicles throughout the entire world. They are classified by multiple criteria and target particular categories of consumers.
There are no doubts that Ford Motor Co.?is?one of the largest names in the automotive industry. Chrysler Corp and General Motors Corp are just as popular around North America. However, the competition from Japan and Europe is extremely harsh.