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Automotive Transmission Sensor Market to Witness an Outstanding Growth by 2019 – 2027 - Instant Tech News


As per a report Market-research, the Automotive Transmission Sensor economy is likely to see a CAGR increase of XX% within the forecast period (2019-2029) and reach at a value of US$ at the ending of 2029. The macro economic and micro elements which are predicted to influence the trajectory of this market are examined from the market analysis that was presented.

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Based on type, the automotive transmission sensor market can be segmented into

Transmission Speed Sensor Position Sensor Others

Based on the transmission type, the automotive transmission sensor market can be classified into

Manual Transmission Dual Clutch Transmission Continuously Variable Transmission Automated Manual Transmission

Based on vehicle type, the automotive transmission sensor market can be divided into

Passenger Vehicle Light Commercial Vehicle Heavy Commercial Vehicle

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Automotive Filters Market to Increase at Steady Growth Rate 2019-2026 - Instant Tech News


The global Automotive Filters market reached ~US$ xx Mn in 2018 and is anticipated grow at a CAGR of xx% over the forecast period 2019-2029. In this Automotive Filters market study, the following years are considered to predict the market footprint:

History Year: 2014 – 2018 Base Year: 2018 Estimated Year: 2019 Forecast Year: 2019 – 2025

The business intelligence study of the Automotive Filters market covers the estimation size of the market both in terms of value (Mn/Bn USD) and volume (x units). In a bid to recognize the growth prospects in the Automotive Filters market, the market study has been geographically fragmented into important regions that are progressing faster than the overall market. Each segment of the Automotive Filters market has been individually analyzed on the basis of pricing, distribution, and demand prospect for the Global region.

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K&N Engineering
UFI Group
Bengbu Jinwei
Zhejiang universe filter
Yonghua Group
Okyia Auto
Guangzhou Yifeng
TORA Group
Bengbu Phoenix
DongGuan Shenglian
Foshan Dong Fan

Segment by Regions
North America
Southeast Asia

Segment by Type
Oil Filter
Fuel Filter
Air Filter
Cabin Filter
Coolant Filter
Brake Dust Filter
Oil Separator
Transmission Oil Filter
Steering Filter

Segment by Application
Passenger car

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Collecting and remembering the automotive past in Janesville -

Collecting and remembering the automotive past in Janesville


Janesville automotive Legacy Center

Dona Dutcher's office at the Milton branch of Blackhawk Community Credit Union offers a glimpse into the Legacy Center planned for downtown Janesville. The museum-like space in the renovated First National Bank building will tell the stories of Rock County's auto industry, which, from 1919 to 2009, centered around General Motors Assembly. Dutcher is in the process of collecting and cataloging items like a pair of overalls, left.


MILTON — Dona Dutcher’s office at Blackhawk Community Credit Union is a small glimpse into bold plans to remember the history of auto-making in Rock County.

She has piles of photographs, hubcaps and a mannequin wearing a pair of coveralls with employee number 40-19-10414.

There are bricks from the General Motors Assembly smokestack, a place setting from the executive dining room, a nameplate from a 307 Chevrolet and United Auto Workers Local 95 campaign buttons touting Jim “Boz” Bosben, Terry Meyer, Mike Sheridan and Archie Bailey.

In the basement of the credit union, two separate rooms, one of them a vault, hold frayed and fragile blueprints of GM buildings, reports from a transportation company GM used to haul vehicles from the plant to dealers, postcards, tools and Janesville Gazette newspapers documenting the strike of 1937.

“I’ve got a lot of stuff, as you can see,” Dutcher said last week.

And it’s only a fraction of her collection.

Dutcher has other storage facilities in Milton, Janesville and Beloit that hold larger items such as industrial fans, three-wheeled bikes used to get around the plant, handrails, carts, welding equipment and cabinets full of tools. She even has lights from the parking lot, multiple fire hydrants and three flagpoles.

And sometime in 2021 the artifacts will come under one roof in downtown Janesville.

That’s where the credit union will open a Legacy Center in the former First National Bank building that was constructed in 1913 at the corner of Main and River streets.

Dutcher, a manager of the credit union’s Milton branch — and whose husband, Brad Dutcher, started working at GM in 1986 and is a former president of UAW Local 95 — has worked for the credit union since 2002 and doesn’t consider the Legacy Center a museum. Instead, it will be more interactive. Beyond the exhibits, it will include educational programs and research facilities and be a place for reflection and remembrance of an industry that touched nearly every aspect of Janesville and provided good-paying jobs to generations of families.

“GM was just so connected to the veins of this community,” Dona Dutcher said.

The need for a place to take in the history of Rock County auto-making became apparent after years of hearing from former employees, and after 1,200 workers there lost their jobs when production of Chevrolet Suburban and Tahoe and GMC Yukon sport utility vehicles ended just before Christmas 2008. The Isuzu truck line closed the following April, ending the jobs of the remaining 110 employees. Another 800 or so employees of a long list of GM suppliers and contracted transport companies also were put out of work over the succeeding months.

In 1990, GM employed 5,100 people in Janesville. At its peak in 1978, the sprawling plant on the city’s south side had more than 7,100 employees.

So when it came time to remodel the Milwaukee Street branch of the credit union, where Dutcher was working a few years ago, she started looking at ways in which historical items could be displayed in the branch. Her board of directors, however, began thinking about something more that just a few historical photos and signs.

They initially considered combining the Legacy Center with a new corporate headquarters but when plans for the site along the river fell through, the credit union purchased the former Moose Lodge in the city for its headquarters and the First National Bank building last summer for the Legacy Center, located in the midst of a downtown that is undergoing massive redevelopment.

“It is important to us that our expansion plans continue to contribute to Janesville’s overall redevelopment strategy,” Sherri Strumpf, the credit union’s CEO, said when she announced the plans. “We are excited that this will not only return a building to its historical significance, but it will make a great backdrop for a museum that honors the men and women and families and friends of General Motors and the UAW.”

The history of GM in Janesville dates back to 1918, when the company branched out into farm vehicles by buying the Samson Tractor Co. Within 12 months after the purchase, nearly 150 tractors per day were rolling off the production line. Car production at the Janesville plant began in 1923, but the Great Depression shuttered the plant from 1932 to 1934. The plant made 16 million 105mm artillery shells during World War II and then returned to automotive production after the war.

It’s only fitting that Blackhawk Community Credit Union is creating the Legacy Center to pay homage to GM and the other companies created in the city because of GM’s presence. The credit union was formed in 1965 with employees of the Fisher Body Division of GM and office employees of UAW Local 95. Today, the credit union has 12 branches, over 60,000 members and over $600 million in assets.

But it’s safe to say that Dutcher’s office at the Milton branch that opened last fall is the only one that resembles a museum.

She has archival software on her computer and is always pursuing garage sales, thrift stores and auctions for anything related to auto-making in Rock County. She also gets a steady stream of phone calls and emails from former workers or the families of former employees offering up memorabilia.

Dutcher has collected identification badges for some of the 153 GM employees who worked at a temporary production facility at the year-long Century of Progress International Exposition, also known as the Chicago World’s Fair, in 1933. She has David Kinservick’s UAW membership pins from 1936 to 1942 that were handed out each month, photo albums, shirts and jackets made for specific departments at GM and even a couple of the artillery shells produced in the 1940s.

“I’m all over the area grabbing things,” Dutcher said. “I don’t know if I know what I need right now because we’re archiving everything so we’re getting to a place where we’re getting a better idea of what we have.”

Some of her most physical work came in the spring of 2018, just as the buildings at the GM site were going to be removed. Armed with a headlamp and a power drill tipped with a screwdriver attachment, Dutcher began scouring the buildings for items. She pulled out dozens of signs, found a box of DVDs and VHS tapes that are likely training videos, and removed a fire hose reel. She also scrounged for pieces of wood and metal that could be used in art projects or in the creation of keepsakes like pens and pendants.

“I just grabbed,” Dutcher said. “I didn’t know what was going to be important.”

Bricks from the buildings and smokestack were given away at two events in May and August and drew thousands of people from around the country. Some of her most prized items from the plant are salvage carts, which were used to move a wide range of bulky items. Some were on the third floor, and with no electricity to power the elevator she had to carry the carts down the steps by herself.

“I flipped the carts over and stood them up on their ends and put them on my back and just slowly made my way down the staircase,” Dutcher said. “It was one step at a time. It took a while but I’m so glad I did it because they’re just cool-looking and they’re part of the history.”

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A student center like none other for Beloit College

The $38 million project has turned a former coal-burning power plant into a 120,000-square-foot student center that includes a swimming pool, fitness center and academic and event space. A glass-walled field house with artificial turf is under construction and will open in May. 

Mullen's Dairy Bar name secured, expansion and growth planned in Watertown

A court case over ownership of the company name has been decided after more than three years of litigation and now the owners have plans to double production and take the brand into stores and shops around the country.

Toki Middle School eighth-grader Matthew Brock wins All-City Spelling Bee

Brock had his eye on the top prize after taking third place in the 2018 contest and falling to fourth last year. 

World Championship Cheese Contest sets another record for entries

The addition of new categories helps push participation to 3,667 entries for the contest that will be held next month at Monona Terrace in Madison. 

Connecting a community and promoting civility with a free meal in Endeavor

For the past six years, the monthly gatherings at the elementary school have been drawing more than 150 people from across the socioeconomic spectrum.

St. Raphael steeple getting the barn treatment so it can live on in pieces of art

Jeremiah Logemann, a Madison artist who specializes in the reuse of reclaimed barn wood, is dismantling the steeple that survived the 2005 arson fire that destroyed the Downtown Madison cathedral.

Ski wear company Arctica in Mount Horeb grows the garment district of southwestern Wisconsin

The company, founded in 2010 out of a Shorewood Hills garage, now has a 25,000-square-foot warehouse and headquarters where it ships to customers and retailers from around the world.

Former Angel Museum space in Beloit gets a buyer; Snapper stadium to break ground this spring

Visit Beloit plans to spend $2.6 million to transform the former church building into event space, welcome center and offices.

Small but toxic beetles kill 14 horses on Mauston horse ranch

Red Ridge Ranch Riding Stable has had 14 horses die since September due to toxic hay from South Dakota and Wyoming that was poisoned by blister beetles.

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LotLinx Accepts PCG's Vanguard & NextGen Leader Automotive Website Awards - Yahoo Finance

PCG Companies recognizes proprietary /AI/ product suite, LotLinx TURN™, at the 2020 Automotive Website Awards.

CHICAGO, Feb. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- LotLinx, the auto industry's leading VIN Demand Platform™, announced today its recognition in the 2020 Automotive Website Awards. PCG Companies' Brian Pasch founded the AWAs in 2008 to recognize the best vendors in automotive digital marketing. Since then, they have become a benchmark in the automotive industry for innovative products in technology, design, search marketing, and social media.




Through an extensive process, experts at PCG review, research, and rate the leading products for dealers to incorporate into their process or showroom. This year, LotLinx was proud to accept the NextGen Leader award in Marketing Automation in addition to the prestigious Vanguard award for their proprietary /AI/ product suite, LotLinx TURN™.

In an effort to recognize innovative thinking, PCG created the Vanguard award. Brian Pasch, CEO and Founder of PCG Companies explains, "When you examine the definition of a Vanguard, I think you will agree that it's very appropriate: A group of people leading the way and at the forefront of new development or ideas."

"PCG's thorough review and research is a testament that those recognized in the AWAs are truly the best solutions for dealers to incorporate into their business. It's an honor to accept both the Vanguard and NextGen Leader awards," noted Len Short, LotLinx Chairman and CEO.

The AWAs took place the night prior to the start of the National Automotive Dealers Association Convention (NADA) where LotLinx will be exhibiting at Booth #3394C. The Wynn hosted the award show which presented dozens of awards to the best website and technology products on the market for car dealers, with over 150 industry leaders in attendance.

About LotLinx:

LotLinx is the automotive industry leader in VIN demand /AI/ technologies. Founded in 2012 and based out of Chicago, IL LotLinx provides a VIN Demand Platform™ that enables precision retailing via patented data science and /AI/ technologies. The company has been awarded the No. 1 spot on Crain's Chicago Business' 2018 Fast 50 list, annual recognition on the Auto Remarketing Power 300 list, several Automotive Website Awards (AWAs), and a spot on 2019's Most Promising Automotive Technology Solutions list by CIO Review. LotLinx is committed to providing unparalleled technology to the direct benefit of the dealerships they serve. To learn more about LotLinx, please visit

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Automotive Tire Market – Market Data, Industry Analysis, Size, & Share 2017 to 2026 - Instant Tech News


Global Automotive Tire market size will reach xx million US$ by 2025, from xx million US$ in 2018, at a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period. In this study, 2018 has been considered as the base year and abc as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Automotive Tire .

This industry study presents the global Automotive Tire market size, historical breakdown data (2014-2019) and forecast abc. The Private Plane production, revenue and market share by manufacturers, key regions and type; The consumption of Automotive Tire market in volume terms are also provided for major countries (or regions), and for each application and product at the global level.

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The Automotive Tire market has been reporting substantial growth rates with considerable CAGR for the last couple of decades. According to the report, the market is expected to grow more vigorously during the forecast period and it can also influence the global economic structure with a higher revenue share. The market also holds the potential to impact its peers and parent market as the growth rate of the market is being accelerated by increasing disposable incomes, growing product demand, changing consumption technologies, innovative products, and raw material affluence.

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Estimated Year: 2019

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For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2018 is considered as the base year. Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.

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