Van Buren Township
Forget peak oil — the trouble coming when the world hits the maximum oil production it will ever reach. A new study from an auto engineering firm predicts that peak oil demand may come soon — and demand may start dwindling.
A Michigan State Police fugitive apprehension team is looking for the semi driver who parked his rig along I-94 near Haggerty road, causing a fiery collision Wednesday morning.
A truck driver was critically burned after his rig slammed into a steel hauler parked along westbound I-94 past Haggerty Road, forcing that section of the freeway to be closed for hours.
Charlottesville, Va.-based GE Intelligent Platforms announced that long-term customer, the Waterford Township Department of Public Works, is standardizing on GE’s Proficy Software Platform for multiple projects including an Electronic Standard Operating Procedures system and connection to the municipality’s existing Geospatial Information System.
It seems that the cold and high blood pressure were to blame for the death of a 66-year-old Van Buren Township man.
Van Buren Township-based Visteon Corp. Monday said its new, lightweight electric compressor contributes to the green profile of the recently launched BMW ActiveHybrid 7. Visteon said its global expertise with compressors and electronics allows an […]
Raising the amount of ethanol blended into gasoline from the current 10 percent maximum to 15 percent poses little risk to the inner workings of vehciles manufactured from 1994 to 2000. That’s the result of […]
Van Buren Township-based Ricardo Inc., a subsidary of the English automotive technology provider, said Tuesday that its Integrated Cost Reduction process offered to clients has hit the $100 million cost savings mark since its 2005 […]
Van Buren Township-based Visteon Corp. said its has a new joint venture the the Russian auto supplier Avtopribor called Visteol Avtopribor Electronics. The joint venture will supply a wide range of cockpit electronics products to […]