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motormindz Expands Global Industry Consulting Presence to over 32 countries for “Boots on the Ground” Expertise

TROY, Mich., April 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — motormindz, Inc., the automotive industry’s premier venture consultancy, today announced a strategic global expansion to over 32 countries across North and South America, the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia Pacific regions.

“This move is a key component of our global strategic plan and marks the transition from the formation of geo focused strategic partnerships, to a formalized infrastructure aimed at providing a single-source, end-to-end global solution for our clients,” said Jeff Van Dongen, CEO of motormindz.

The global expansion will provide local resources to advise and assist motormindz’ clients worldwide, bringing a boots on the ground perspective to the unique challenges and opportunities that exist in each geographic region.

“The expansion provides an opportunity for our clients to not only access a native approach to each region, but also tap into motormindz’ entire global network of automotive industry executives,

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China’s Electrical Car Strategy Is Beginning To Go Global And The U.S. Is Lagging Behind

Car & Automotive,automotive industry,Car & Mechanical,Car & Classic,motorcycleTransport infrastructure consists of the fixed installations, together with roads , railways , airways , waterways , canals and pipelines and terminals equivalent to airports , railway stations , bus stations , warehouses , trucking terminals, refueling depots (including fueling docks and gas stations ) and seaports Terminals may be used each for interchange of passengers and cargo and for upkeep. Now let’s transfer on to the list of essentially the most used automobiles in the price range of $1,000 – $10,000 for my part. This is a listing of cars that I might buy if I have been looking for a car on this value range. The researchers expect CATL to increase its share of the ex-China market from 2% in 2019, to 14% in 2025, helped by “hyperbolic” progress of electrical automobiles in Europe.

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Porsche CEO warns of ‘very serious’ global chip shortage

Porsche’s chief executive warned on Monday that the German luxury automaker’s daily operations could be affected over the coming months by a “very serious” global semiconductor shortage.

“The semiconductor topic is a very serious one because the whole industry is affected because of the big demand of consumer electronics and the faster return of the automotive sector,” Oliver Blume, chief executive of Porsche, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Europe” on Monday.

“We could be affected every day, so we watch very deeply (over) the next days and months what we can do. We have to relax short term and look for measures long term.”

His comments come after a sudden upsurge in global car sales late last year coincided with a shortfall of essential chip components. The supply shortages brought assembly lines of the chip-reliant car industry to a standstill and halted the production of hundreds of thousands of vehicles worldwide.

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How Covid led to a $60 billion global chip shortage for automakers

This photo shows Ford 2018 and 2019 F-150 trucks on the assembly line at the Ford Motor Company’s Rouge Complex on September 27, 2018 in Dearborn, Michigan.

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Automakers across the globe are expected to lose billions of dollars in earnings this year due to a shortage of semiconductor chips, a situation that’s expected to worsen as companies battle for supplies of the critical parts.

Consulting firm AlixPartners expects the shortage will cut $60.6 billion in revenue from the global automotive industry this year. That conservative estimate includes the entire supply chain — from dealers and automakers to large tier-1 suppliers and their smaller counterparts, according to Dan Hearsch, a managing director in the New York-based firm’s automotive and industrial practice.

“All the way up and down the supply chain, everybody is out some portion of money,” he said. “This could be 10% of

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