automotive body

automotive body

[¦ȯd·ə¦mōd·iv ′bäd·ē]
(engineering)
An enclosure mounted on and attached to the frame of an automotive vehicle, to contain passengers and luggage, or in the case of commercial vehicles the commodities being carried.
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Novelis intends to vigorously defend against the DOJ's challenge, which it believes is without merit, it said in a statement adding the DOJ suit ignores the full scope of automotive body sheet competition.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 17, 2019--Novelis to provide aluminium automotive body sheet for 2019 Toyota RAV4
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The upgrades to the facility include new structural adhesives and waterborne LASD (liquid applied sound damper) manufacturing cells, improved laboratory and testing space, upgraded equipment to simulate automotive body shop conditions, and improved technical capabilities.
Great location, Automotive Body Shop owned and operated by current owner since 1976, over 41 years.
SURCAR is the worlds leading biennial congress on automotive body finishing since 1964.
3 April 2017 - French plastic automotive body parts maker Plastic Omnium (PAR: POM) has closed the sale of seven European sites, including four in France, one in Spain, and two in Germany, to US-Based Flex|N|Gate Group.
On the other hand, IMI's Europe and Mexico operations recorded $153.4 million in revenues in the first half, rising by 11.5 percent year-over-year, as the demand for automotive body controls and lighting systems that IMI assemble in Bulgaria and Czech Republic increased.
Developed to specifically address the critical demand for online non-destructive monitoring of RSW quality and integrity in crash-worthy automotive body structures produced in high-volume production environments, this new weld inspection technology has the potential to revolutionize welding and assembly in automotive body structures, considerably reducing the cost and scrap rate associated with the current weld inspection technique.
Cardiff winners from the day in Birmingham included Matthew Bailey, a 19-year-old Cardiff and Vale College student, who was honoured with the gold award in automotive body repair.
According to the BLS, in May 2010 the median annual wage of automotive body and related repairers was $38,130, but the top 10 percent earned more than $64,320.

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