• Paris Bound: Aisin Group exhibits at Mondial de l’Automobile

    Paris Auto Show logoAisin Group will again participate at one of the world’s most famous motor events: the Mondial de l’automobile (the Paris Motor Show), Oct. 1-14, 2018. Along with Detroit, Geneva, Frankfurt, Tokyo and Beijing/Shanghai the Paris show – now in its 120th year – has historically been one of the most important automotive events in the world.


    Making News
    And Aisin Group, which participates in most global automotive events, will make news in Paris at its press briefing on Tuesday, Oct. 2. The company will announce growth plans in the area of automatic transmissions, due to a significant increase in industry demand through 2021.

    Aisin Group President Kiyotaka Ise is also expected to unveil details about the company’s new agreement with PSA Group to produce a new six-speed automatic transmission at the PSA plant in Valenciennes, in Northern France. Ise will also share information about the future of electrification and Aisin Groups leading role in the manufacture of e-Axles, one and two-motor hybrid transmissions, and electric driving modules, among other electric-related components.


    Paris Partnership with WWJ News Radio 950
    Aisin has enjoyed a productive relationship with members of the automotive press for many years and works closely with media at events around the world. So it’s no surprise that Aisin Group will sponsor industry veteran Jeff Gilbert, AutoBeat Reporter, WWJ Newsradio 950, part of the CBS Radio Network, during his coverage of the Paris Motor Show.

    Jeff Gilbert, AutoBeat Reporter

    Jeff Gilbert, AutoBeat Reporter

    “Jeff is one of the most respected and hardest working journalists covering the auto industry today,” said Aisin Group spokesperson Joe Rohatynski. “His insight, knowledge and integrity have earned him numerous awards over the years and, more importantly, direct-dial access to presidents and CEOs industry-wide. We’re pleased to help make it possible for Jeff and WWJ to bring back to Detroit the exciting news from the Paris Motor Show, as well as some of the unique cultural aspects of one of the world’s most fascinating cities,” said Rohatynski.

    WWJ 950 logoWWJ’s coverage of the Paris Motor Show will include a number of Gilbert’s “Car Chronicles” and “Supplier Spotlight” reports on the radio and at WWJnewsradio.com.

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