Forum to debate transport solutions

Organisers urge people to save the date as ITS NZ’s annual conference eyes a return in 2021. Experts are planning to gather in Wellington next year to discuss how transport and our cities can be transformed to address climate change, safety and equity.

https://autofile.co.nz/forum-to-debate-transport-solutions-


Campervan company fears deeper losses

Financial outlook uncertain as the early season demand for rental vehicles indicates a slow season ahead. Tourism Holdings (THL) is bracing itself for lower demand than expected over the coming months and predicts its net loss will top $12.8 million for the June 2021 year.

https://autofile.co.nz/campervan-company-fears-deeper-losses-


Bentley hires jets to fly in parts

Luxury carmaker plots to keep supply chains moving in the event of trade bottlenecks following Brexit. Marques have been securing extra supply routes as negotiators from the UK and European Union (EU) wrestle with trying to strike a deal over Brexit.

https://autofile.co.nz/bentley-hires-jets-to-fly-in-parts-


Will it Be an EV New Year?

It’s time to look ahead. The Hon. Michael Wood has been appointed the new Minister of Transport. I feel a new set of eyes on this portfolio was necessary but he has a lower ranking within his party than previous transport ministers.

https://www.autocar.co.nz/autocar-news-app/ev-torque-jan-2021