Investigators classified the fire that broke out on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner parked at London's Heathrow airport as a "serious incident" but have found no evidence it was caused by the plane's batteries, Britain's Air Acci
Boeing began installing reinforced lithium-ion batteries on five grounded 787 jets in Japan on Monday, starting a process that should make the first commercial Dreamliners ready to fly again in about a week.
Qatar Airways, the largest customer for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in the Middle East, has grounded its entire fleet of five 787s until the safety of the plane is confirmed.
The airline said in a statement on Thursday it was follow
Dubai-based A-MAP, a distributor of automotive spare parts, has signed an agreement with leading automobile workshop Al Wataniya towards fitting Solite batteries in the entire Thrifty and Dollar Rent-A-Car fleet in the UAE.
“Our workshop s
Toyota Motor Corp will mass-produce lithium ion batteries for its plug-in hybrid vehicles from this autumn, the Nikkei business daily reported.
Toyota's first-ever production lines for lithium ion batteries at its plant
ACDelco is targeting a revenue of $400 million this year following a 12 per cent growth witnessed in the first five months of 2010.
ACDelco has experienced impressive growth in recent years, especially in 2009 when sales went up year on ye
Sony Corp said five PC makers including Hewlett-Packard Co and Toshiba Corp will recall 100,000 computer battery packs made by the Japanese electronics maker due to a fire hazard.
Sony said the recall is expected to have limited impact on
The Tyres, Batteries and Allied Products Division (TEA) of the Saud Bahwan Group (SBG) has received The Yokohama Excellence Award.
The award is in recognition of the group’s outstanding efforts in propelling Yokohama to a dominant position
The UAE-based Emirates Investment & Development Company (Emivest) has acquired a 15 per cent stake in ETI Tech Corp Bhd of Malaysia.
The value of the transaction has not been made public.
ETI Tech Corp is listed on the M
Toshiba Corp said on Thursday it has recalled more Sony Corp. laptop computer batteries due to fire risk.
The move has rekindled concerns over the safety of Sony-made batteries.
Toshiba is replacing a total 10,000 battery packs aft