Here’s a look at some of the industry movements and trends we’ve been following over the past month.
The Productivity Commission believes electric vehicles offer a great way of slashing harmful transport emissions and is coming up with ideas on achieving this. We get the views of industry associations on the way forward.
This issue’s profile is on John Moyes. He lifts the lid on the Moyes Motor Group and reveals who came up with the “opposite the big McDonald’s and beside the big Mount Wellington” campaign. He also takes stock of the industry’s future.
Executives from some of New Zealand’s top automotive brands and insurance companies have come together for the Financial Services Future-Proofing conference organised by the Financial Services Federation. Find out what issues were flagged up.
The Ministry of Transport has published its briefing document, for new minister Phil Twyford and his associates, and the government transport sector. Chief executive Peter Mersi says new technologies are transforming our world.
Organisations and businesses are backing the Motor Industry Association and VIA working closer in the future. Read their views in light of the memorandum of understanding being signed.
The Optimus Group answer’s Autofile’s questions on its initial public offering on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, VIA’s end of year function provides a chance for its chief executive to talk about the changes that lie ahead, we cover a couple of industry golf events, motorsport and in-depth coverage of industry statistics.