April 22 - 23 2020 Shanghai - China Asia - Congresses - Awards - Workshops

SURCAR ASIA CONGRESS

The International Conference on Automotive Body Finishing since 1964

Committee Members

Mike STAVROU

FORD MOTOR COMPANY
VOME Chief Engineer - Asia Pacific Paint

Tim HAYES

SURCAR
International President

Fengxue MA

GEELY
Vice President Paint

Fucheng YAN

AXALTA COATING SYSTEMS
Asia Product Director

Loganathan Chinnasamy

GENERAL MOTORS
EGM - Regional Lead - GMIO ME Vehicle Systems (Paint)

Hermann STOEGMEIER

BMW BRILLANCE
VP of Technical Planning

Tony RUSSELL

ABB
Global Head of Paint Automation

Jieli MA

ARCELOR MITTAL
Head of R&D

Nils  LESSMANN

BASF SHANGHAI COATINGS
General Manager

Junqiang  HE

CHERY JAGUAR LAND ROVER
Manufacturing AME Paint - Senior Manager

Tao  YU

DONGFENG DESIGN INSTITUTE
General Manager

2018 Shanghai Congress Gallery

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Surcar Upcoming Events

SHANGHAI CONGRESS 2020

On April 22-23, 2020, SURCAR will organize its 5th Asia Congress in Shanghai. The two-day international congress will focus on the latest information about World Wide Technical developments and innovation, taking into account Car Body Finishing Industry’s perspective in Asia-Pacific.

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DETROIT CONGRESS 2020

This 2nd edition of DETROIT Congress (June 16-17, 2020) will be a two-day international conference that enhances successful innovation strategies and presents R&D programs and real experience feedback in the surface finishing field.

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For union members walking the picket lines outside General Motors' U.S. plants, the talks between the UAW and the company come down to the basics: better wages and benefits with job security for some 46,000 hourly employees. ...

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16 September 2019 20:44 - Autonews

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Paul Ingrassia, Pulitzer Prize-winning auto journalist, dies

16 September 2019 20:26 - Autonews

Paul Ingrassia, a longtime journalist for The Wall Street Journal and Reuters who won a 1993 Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of a boardroom revolt at General Motors, has died after battling cancer. He was 69.   ...

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16 September 2019 19:56 - Autonews

The move comes two months after David Rosenberg sued GPB, which is embroiled in several regulatory investigations and lawsuits. ...

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GM's first offer called for workers to pay 15% of health care tab

16 September 2019 15:55 - Autonews

The automaker first proposed that UAW members pay 15 percent of health care costs, sources said, well below the national average of 28 percent but far higher than the 3 to 4 percent workers currently pay. ...

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U.S. to pledge not to raise auto tariffs on Japan, report says

16 September 2019 12:29 - Autonews

The pledge will be part of a joint statement on trade due to be released following a meeting between President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe next week in New York, the Tokyo Shimbun reported. ...

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16 September 2019 06:00 - Autonews

Setting aside price pressures and softening new-vehicle sales, 2019 has been remarkably stable for U.S. auto dealers, Cox Automotive notes in its latest Dealer Sentiment Index survey. ...

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