Rise in Sales of Luxury Vehicles Influences the Global Automotive Bushing Technologies Market Growth; MRFR Releases the Forecast for 2018-2023

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The global automotive bushing technologies market is continually witnessing remarkable growth over the past few years. The market growth attributes to the rising production and sales of vehicles. Besides, rapid advances in bushing technologies and materials used for bushing drive the growth of the market. Rising adoption of bushing technologies to add comfort and luxuries in vehicles and minimize bumps & vibrations influences market growth.

Moreover, the demand for security and luxury cars escalates the growth of the market to further heights. Resultantly, the market is garnering tremendous traction, demonstrating substantial growth prospects. According to Market Research Future (MRFR), the global automotive bushing technologies market is estimated to grow at 4.86% CAGR during the assessment period (2018-2023). Growing vehicle safety and comfort concerns and noise & vibration are the major growth drivers.

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Just when we got rid of the tangle of rental bikes, the pandemic brings a boom in bike sales

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Where are all those Lime bikes when we need them?

The news from the cycling world is that bike sales are soaring. Woody Smith, owner of Richardson Bike Mart, told Bicycling Magazine the surge has been “mind-blowing.”

“I never even dreamed that there’d be a line of people waiting to come into my store. Pretty much the whole eight hours a day we’re open, there’s anywhere from five to 20 people waiting outside. It’s just constant,” Smith said.

It seems like just yesterday Dallas was awash in unwanted bikes. They cluttered sidewalks, blocked streets, and poked out of lakes and canals like aluminum swamp things. Now, just when we got free of the tangle of rental bikes, Dallasites are flocking to bike shops to replace them.

The dynamics are different, we realize. Rental bikes from Lime and other companies are meant to serve short-term transportation needs. Dallasites aren’t moving around

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Billionaire Car-Part Supplier Sees Sales Tripling by 2025

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Vivek Chaand Sehgal on Aug. 17.

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Vivek Chaand Sehgal has a track record of achieving the seemingly impossible. His company, a sprawling parts supplier to the world’s biggest carmakers, has exceeded its five-year target every time bar one in the past quarter century.

His latest goal is equally daunting — Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd. is targeting to triple annual sales to $36 billion by 2025. Sehgal, 63, plans to achieve that by doing what he does best: dealing. Or more specifically, in light of the coronavirus pandemic, buying up distressed companies as they run out of money.

For Sehgal to achieve that, however, things will have to improve dramatically. Five years ago, Motherson set a target of consolidated net sales of $18 billion by 2020, and it managed less than $12 billion as the virus hit and India saw its worst-ever slowdown in automobile

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Car sales rise and car-share companies boom as pandemic upends transportation

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Like many people in recent months, AnnaLiisa Ariosa-Benston of Brooklyn has seen her primary sources of income transform in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. An arts event producer, she now is picking up odd jobs in renovation and design to make money. And to do so, she has found – for the first time in her ten years of living in New York City – that she needs a car.

Despite having used Uber and Lyft in the past, Ariosa-Benston now says she wouldn’t feel as comfortable sharing space with a stranger in a small vehicle. She recently tried to rent a car in New York City and found all the rental locations near her were booked out in advance or extremely expensive. In another attempt to find a car on a work trip in Atlanta, she checked

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