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Faces: Trevin Dye of JETRO

Trevin Dye’s resume is extensive, to say the least. His diverse skillset includes being fluent in several languages and classically trained on the piano;...

Faces: Dream Job

The Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems is a powerhouse in the area of research around moving the automotive industry and other industries forward.Based at...

Executive Q&A: Nora Roper’s Uniquely Global Perspective on GM

Corvette may be “America’s Sports Car,” but one of the leaders in the facility that builds them brings a world of experience – as...

In Constant Motion

Ashley Frye strives to invest purpose in his life as head of the Tennessee Automotive Manufacturers Association.

Steering Automotive In South Carolina To Strong Future

Amy Tinsley’s cooperative approach brings together needs of multiple industries for the good of the state.

Head Of KAIA Makes Kentucky’s Dominance Known On National Scene

Dave Tatman left manufacturing to ensure the bluegrass state doesn’t take a back seat in the auto industry.

Strength in Numbers

Five industry leaders discuss the new Southern Automotive Manufacturers Alliance.

Faces: Behind the Wheel

When competitors in a certain high-profile sport hear they’re up against “the Williams sisters” they usually know they need to bring their A game....

Frank Chestnut: Listening, Training, Leading

Crossing the state for the commerce department and spreading the word about apprenticeships

Born to Innovate

As the former director of production at the Volkswagen plant in South Africa, Antonio Pinto was often faced with the challenge of communicating...

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Toyota pumps money into San Antonio truck factory

Toyota announced Sept. 17 that it will invest $391 million at its San Antonio, Texas truck assembly plant.  That will bring the automaker’s total...

Supplier Profile: A True Learner’s Permit

The dated image of the coffee-fetching, errand-running college intern has been changing for years, but at ZF Chassis Systems in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, that stereotype...

Spotlight: Man vs. Machine vs. Nature

On a damp Friday morning, the last one in May, a long line of trucks was forming in the parking lot of the Borla...

Kudos: Ford helps First Book efforts to close the literacy gap

Illiteracy has far-reaching consequences, including poverty and unemployment, all detrimental to the success of the global economy.The automotive industry is not immune, which led...

Safety: OSHA targets Southern suppliers that violate workplace safety rules

Two weeks before her wedding, a 20-year-old woman was crushed to death in a robotic machine at an Alabama plant that stamps metal parts...