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HP AND MICROSOFT COLLABORATE FOR AUTO, FINANCE SOLUTIONS

HP AND MICROSOFT COLLABORATE FOR AUTO, FINANCE SOLUTIONS

Topics: Automotive

HP announced Tuesday a collaboration with Microsoft for solutions targeted at the automotive, financial services and public sector verticals. According to HP, its business process as-a-service (BPaaS) solutions for Microsoft Dynamics enhance users' mobile and social experiences with customers. Related articles Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter - 10 April 2015 The Good, the bad and the ugly Dell now building e-commerce solutions with Insite Software Love me vendor, love me...


LITEX, GREAT WALL MOTORS START 'MADE IN BULGARIA' ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

LITEX, GREAT WALL MOTORS START 'MADE IN BULGARIA' ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

Topics: Automotive

The first Chinese car of the Great Wall Voleex C10 model to be produced in Bulgaria is setting the start of a new advertising campaign, announced Litex Motors, the Bulgarian partner of the Chinese producer Great Wall Motors. The first Bulgarian-made Great Wall Voleex C10 will become a present to one of the participants in an interactive game to be conducted on Facebook. Instead of the "Made in Lovech" ("Made in Ëîâå÷") slogan (Lovech is the northern Bulgarian city that hosts Great Wall...


BULGARIAN BMW SEATS PLANT TO BOAST EUR 30 M OUTPUT BY 2013

BULGARIAN BMW SEATS PLANT TO BOAST EUR 30 M OUTPUT BY 2013

Topics: Automotive

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, Energy and Economy Minister Delyan Dobrev and Sheila Camerer, Ambassador of the Republic of South Africa to Bulgaria, opened Tuesday a plant for luxury seats and interior for BMW cars in the village of Musachevo. "I am really pleased to welcome investors who make plants, real production, and open job places," Borisov stated during the ceremony in the southwestern Bulgarian village. The Prime Minister voiced hopes that the road to Musachevo would be...


LUXURY BMW SEATS TO BE PRODUCED IN BULGARIA

LUXURY BMW SEATS TO BE PRODUCED IN BULGARIA

Topics: Automotive

South Africa company ALC will open a production facility Tuesday for luxury seats and interior for BMW cars in the village of Musachevo near the town of Elin Pelin, just outside of Bulgaria's capital Sofia. The invesment made by the company amounts to EUR 4 M, and it has opened 500 jobs, which will build seats for the luxury BMW Series 5 and 7. South African company Automotive Leather Company (ALC) has a long tradition of working with premier car producers, such as Mercedes, Volkswagen,...


BULGARIA'S DOBRICH LAUNCHES ELECTRIC CARS CHARGING STATION

BULGARIA'S DOBRICH LAUNCHES ELECTRIC CARS CHARGING STATION

Topics: Automotive

The northeastern Bulgarian city of Dobrich has become the second location in Bulgaria to open an electric vehicle charging station outside of the capital Sofia. Dobrich has thus become the first provincial city in Bulgaria to have a charger for electric vehicles. The electric vehicle charging station in Dobrich has been built as a private investment of FullCharger Bulgaria in cooperation with Atanasov Group EOOD, a chain of gas stations. The two companies have decided to put up a total...


BULGARIA SET FOR BOOM IN ELECTRIC CARS, CONVERTED VEHICLES INDUSTRY

BULGARIA SET FOR BOOM IN ELECTRIC CARS, CONVERTED VEHICLES INDUSTRY

Topics: Automotive

The large-scale industrial conversion of conventional cars into electric vehicles is expected to become Bulgaria's new major industry, a special report of Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) has found. The development of Bulgaria's electric vehicle industry is expected to experience a boom in 2012, Iliya Levkov, Chair of Bulgaria's Electric Vehicles Industrial Cluster (EVIC), has told Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) in an exclusive interview. EVIC, a 100% Bulgarian NGO designed to spur...


BULGARIAN DESIGNER DEYAN DENKOV AUTHOR OF RENAULT FRENDZY DESIGN CONCEPT

BULGARIAN DESIGNER DEYAN DENKOV AUTHOR OF RENAULT FRENDZY DESIGN CONCEPT

Topics: Automotive

A Bulgarian exterior designer, Deyan Denkov, is the author of the design concept of Renault's latest concept car, the Renault Frendzy. Denkov, a native of Yambol in Eastern Bulgaria, has been working for Renault since 2007, according to the Renault website. "I took inspiration from a wide variety of sources, including unconventionally shaped aircraft such as the Airbus Beluga and the Antonov 224," Denkov explains, as cited by The Daily Telegraph, adding that the Frendzy is both a business...


BORISOV, BOC TO OPEN FACTORY OF BULGARIAN FIRM MONBAT IN ROMANIA

BORISOV, BOC TO OPEN FACTORY OF BULGARIAN FIRM MONBAT IN ROMANIA

Topics: Automotive

A EUR 13 M factory of Monbat Recycling, a subsidiary of Bulgarian company Monbat, in Romania will be inaugurated formally by the Prime Ministers of Bulgaria and Romania Boyko Borisov and Emil Boc on Thursday. Monbat Recycling SRL, whose plant is located outside of Bucharest, is an investment of Bulgarian car battery producer Monbat, part of the Bulgarian Prista Oil Group, one of the largest machine oil and battery producers in Eastern Europe. Monbat's factory in Romania has been operating...


BULGARIA'S NEW CAR MARKET SEES TANGIBLE RECOVERY IN 2011 H1, Q2

BULGARIA'S NEW CAR MARKET SEES TANGIBLE RECOVERY IN 2011 H1, Q2

Topics: Automotive

Bulgaria's sales of new cars grew by 21.3% in the first half of 2011 year-on-year, according to data of the Association of Car Importers. A total of 10 954 new vehicles were sold in Bulgaria in January-June 2011, including 10 287 new cars (an increase of 19.6% year-on-year), and 667 buses and trucks (an increase of 69% compared with 2010 H1). The increase in the number of sold buses and trucks is also boosted by Scania's inclusion as a member of the Association as Scania's sales were not...


BULGARIA REGISTERS NOTABLE INCREASE BIODIESEL CONSUMPTION IN 2010

BULGARIA REGISTERS NOTABLE INCREASE BIODIESEL CONSUMPTION IN 2010

Topics: Automotive

Biodiesel consumption in Bulgaria registered a staggering increase in 2010 amounting to 38 911, 13 tons, according to preliminary information from the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism. Biodiesel consumption in the previous two years came in at 4260 tons and 6566 tons, respectively, following a report prepared by Traicho Traikov, Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, on the implementation of national indicative targets for the use of biofuels and other renewable fuels in the...


FIRST UK ELECTRIC CARS TO BE ASSEMBLED IN BULGARIA IN 2011

FIRST UK ELECTRIC CARS TO BE ASSEMBLED IN BULGARIA IN 2011

Topics: Automotive

UK electric car company Zero Carbon 2020 will produce the first cars from a new assembly line in Bulgaria in the second or third quarter of 2011. The assembly line will be near the southern city of Stara Zagora and will initially have the capacity of 100 cars; output is planned to expand to some 5,000 units by 2015. The initial investment is estimated at BGN 6.5 M, and if the market reacts well, it is planned it would reach EUR 10-12 M. "We are a company offering niche products and...


CAR SALES IN BULGARIA REGISTER INCREASE JAN, FEB 2011

CAR SALES IN BULGARIA REGISTER INCREASE JAN, FEB 2011

Topics: Automotive

The market of new cars registered a serious increase in the first two months of 2011, according to data from the Association of Car Importers in Bulgaria. The data showed that 2822 new cars were sold in Bulgaria in January and February 2011, which is a 14% increase, compared to the same period of 2010. The best sales record for this period was registered for Volkswagen. The dealers from Porsche Holding, which is the distributor company for Volkswagen in Bulgaria, have sold 363 cars from...


BULGARIA'S NEW CARS MARKET STARTS TO PICK UP TANGIBLY

BULGARIA'S NEW CARS MARKET STARTS TO PICK UP TANGIBLY

Topics: Automotive

After it collapsed by some 50% y/y in 2009 and by 25% in 2010, Bulgaria's market of new vehicles has started to show more tangible signs of recovery. A total of 1 464 new cars were bought in Bulgaria in January 2011, a growth of 18% year-on-year when the sales were 1160. Thus, the new car sales in Bulgaria increased for a third month in a row. 19 motorbikes and 79 new trucks were sold in Bulgaria in January but not a single new bus, according to data of the Association of Car...


UK CO TO MAKE ELECTRIC CARS IN BULGARIA STARA ZAGORA

UK CO TO MAKE ELECTRIC CARS IN BULGARIA STARA ZAGORA

Topics: Automotive

The British company Zero Carbon 2020 plans to begin, during the second quarter of 2011, putting together electric cars in a plant in Bulgaria's southern city of Stara Zagora. The information is reported Saturday by the Economy News site, citing Jamie Robertson, the company's director, and comes on the heels of the "Electric Cars – Challenges to New Mobility" conference held Thursday and Friday in Sofia. The initial investment is estimated at BGN 6.5 M, and if the market reacts well, it is...


BULGARIAN COMPANY TO BUILD EV CHARGING STATIONS IN SOFIA, TOP RESORTS

BULGARIAN COMPANY TO BUILD EV CHARGING STATIONS IN SOFIA, TOP RESORTS

Topics: Automotive

Bulgarian company REnergY has announced plans to construct 15-20 charging stations for electric vehicles in the capital Sofia. REnergY's pilot project entitled "Electromobility" was presented at the two-day high-level conference in Sofia dedicated to the development, introduction, and use of electric cars called "Electric Cars – Challenges for New Mobility." The company presented a prototype of an electric charging point that it has developed. REnergY will built the electric charging...


BULGARIA ASPIRES TO BECOME 'PLAYER' IN ELECTRIC CARS DEVT

BULGARIA ASPIRES TO BECOME 'PLAYER' IN ELECTRIC CARS DEVT

Topics: Automotive

Bulgaria's government has hopes the country will be able to assume a leading innovation role with respect to the development and use of electric cars, Economy Minister Traicho Traikov has suggested. Speaking at an international conference in Sofia Thursday entitled "Electric Cars – Challenges to New Mobility" Traikov declared that since electric cars are an innovative and new product, "new players" can assume a major role in the development of this market, hinting that Bulgaria has...


SOFIA CITY HALL TO EXTEND PAID PARKING HOURS

SOFIA CITY HALL TO EXTEND PAID PARKING HOURS

Topics: Automotive

The Center for Urban Mobility at the Sofia City Hall plans to extend the paid parking hours in downtown Bulgaria's capital to 8 pm on workdays. Currently parking in the so-called blue zone is free after 6 pm. According to the planned changes, the blue zone will be divided in 2 – one with prices of BGN 2 per hour, the other – BGN 1 per hour. The new blue zone will be enclosed between the "Slivnitsa," "Vasil Levski," "Skobelev," and "Hristo Botev" boulevards. In this area, the parking fee...


BULGARIA-MADE CHINESE CARS HIT EU MARKET IN FEBR 2011

BULGARIA-MADE CHINESE CARS HIT EU MARKET IN FEBR 2011

Topics: Automotive

China's car maker Great Wall Motor Co and Bulgaria's Litex Motors will roll off their first vehicles in the plant in the town of Lovech, Northern Bulgaria, in February 2011. Great Wall Motor Company, one of China's biggest automotive manufacturers, signed a joint venture (JV) deal with Bulgarian diversified holding company Litex Commerce in the presence of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on October 15 last year. The plant will have an annual...


40% FEWER NEW CARS SOLD IN BULGARIA IN 2010 Q1-Q3

40% FEWER NEW CARS SOLD IN BULGARIA IN 2010 Q1-Q3

Topics: Automotive

The number of new cars sold on the Bulgarian in the first nine months of 2010 declined by almost 40% year-on-year. According to the Association of Car Producers and Importers, a total of 13 189 new cars were sold in Bulgaria in January-September compared with 20 729 in the first three quarters of 2009. Toyota was the most popular brand on the Bulgarian market of new cars in that period with 1 450 sales, followed by Ford – 1 262, Volkswagen – 1 172, Peugeot – 1 032, Dacia – 912, Citroen –...


INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY FAIR OPENS IN BULGARIA'S PLOVDIV

INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY FAIR OPENS IN BULGARIA'S PLOVDIV

Topics: Automotive

The International Technology Fair opens Monday in Bulgaria's second largest city of Plovdiv with participants from over 41 countries. The number of companies with displays is estimated at 1 600. The car showroom includes 29 importers with over 40 automobile brands. The Intermin Expo dedicated to the mining industry is a first for the Fair. The conference and debate titled "Stable Development of the Mining Industry in Central and eastern Europe" is held Monday in the Bulgaria Hall at...



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