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  • Bosal appoints new CEOMonday, February 22, 2010

    The Bosal Group today announced the appointment of Aad L. Goudriaan as the Group’s new Chief Executive Officer. He will take up his post on April 1st, 2010. Aad Goudriaan joins the Bosal Group from...

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  • Boost for Bosal BrazilThursday, February 18, 2010

    Bosal Brazil has won two supplier awards from their key customer Honda at the Honda Convention which took place in January 2010...

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  • Trailer hitch with electrical retractable ball neck for the Porsche PanameraMonday, February 15, 2010

    BOSAL-ORIS is the creator of the first world wide trailer hitch with retractable ball neck.
    BOSAL-ORIS developed the ORIS-MATIC trailer hitch with an electrical retractable ball neck for the new Panamera, which is the first sedan of Porsche...

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  • Bosal attends the IAA in Frankfurt/Main - GermanyMonday, September 14, 2009

    Bosal will introduce their new products and innovations at the IAA 2009 in Frankfurt/Main - Germany.
    The IAA takes place from 17-27 Sept 2009 (17+18 Sept are trade days only). Brand new are the heat exchanger technology, which recovers energy from waste heat and the world's first electrically-operated retractable towbar.

    We would be pleased to welcome you at our stand: 8.0 B21, hall 8.
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  • Bosal builds in HungaryThursday, August 13, 2009

    Bosal is expanding iets manufacturing capacity in Hungary to meet growing demand for its innovative products...

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  • Bosal Argentina receives awardThursday, August 13, 2009

    Renault Argentina awarded Bosal Argentina for the "Best performance in Quality and Logistics" in the last year...

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  • Bosal Twinny Load bicycle carriers for hybrid and ECO vehiclesFriday, April 10, 2009

    Car manufacturers invest in a green future by producing more and more hybrid and compact cars. But also for fuel-saving ECO versions of existing models there is a high market demand...

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  • Bosal installs PV panelsFriday, April 10, 2009

    This year the Bosal Group will install solar photovoltic panels (PV) on at least 8 manufacturing sites in Europe...

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  • Court decision about business continuity of the Bosal Béthune facilityFriday, January 09, 2009

    The global economic crisis has not only had a major effect on the car manufacturers but inevitably also on their suppliers. The sharp drop in car sales and production led to...

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  • Bosal-ORIS displays innovationsThursday, December 04, 2008

    Future trends for often-invisible but invaluable car features and enhancements were on display at a recent Innovations Day held by OEM car accessory specialist Bosal-ORIS for guests from the automotive industry.

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  • Bosal continues to deliver value under family controlFriday, October 03, 2008

    Bosal confirmed today that Group CEO Karel Bos (1961) has left the company for personal reasons.

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  • Bosal and Delphi agree to discontinue collaborationFriday, July 11, 2008

    By mutual agreement, Bosal's non-equity based alliance with Delphi Corporation to offer complete exhaust systems for the global automotive industry will cease.

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  • Bosal launches its new exhaust and towbar cataloguesFriday, February 29, 2008

    Bosal has launched its new 2008 catalogues for exhaust and towbars. These easy-to-use catalogues will be distributed to our customer base in the coming days.

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  • Bosal opens new plant in TurkeyThursday, December 13, 2007

    Bosal Group, the global manufacturer of exhaust systems and towbars, has announced the opening of a modern new 19,000 m2 plant in Pelitli near Istanbul, Turkey. The new € 12 million (c. $ 17 million) facility combines on one site the operations of two previously separate Bosal-Mimaysan plants. It features...

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  • Bosal opens new Michigan plantFriday, November 30, 2007

    Bosal Group, the global manufacturer of exhaust systems and towbars, has announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art 17,000 m2 plant in Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA. The new € 17million (c. $ 25 million) production facility combines at one site the previously separate Warren (MI) production site and Ann Arbor (MI) technical centre....

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  • Bosal invests in Russian siteWednesday, July 11, 2007

    Bosal Group, the global manufacturer of exhaust systems and towbars, has acquired a 244,000m2 site at Kaluga, 180 km southwest of Moscow.

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  • Bosal-Oris joint ventureTuesday, September 12, 2006

    A joint venture between Bosal International N.V. and ORIS GmbH of Germany has created the market leader and largest manufacturer of towbars in Europe.

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  • Bosal retractable towbarTuesday, September 12, 2006

    Today sees the launch of the latest innovation in towbar technology, the ORIS-MATIC. The patented retractable design discreetly incorporates all elements of the towbar in a single retractable unit.

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  • Bosal Smart-ConnectTuesday, September 12, 2006

    Bosal’s new Smart-Connect wiring module greatly reduces the complexities of fitting towbar electric wiring sets to the latest generation of new cars which use a CAN bus electrical system.

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  • Bosal new joint-venture in RussiaThursday, July 06, 2006

    Bosal, the leading global manufacturer of exhaust systems and towbars, has established a new joint venture in Russia. The joint venture, with Autoflex Russia, is for the manufacture and distribution of towbars in Russia and in other CIS markets. It will allow Bosal to ...

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  • Bosal new joint-venture in IranWednesday, September 07, 2005

    The Bosal Group is continuing its strategic expansion into new markets with the establishment of a manufacturing joint venture in Iran to supply exhaust systems for the Renault Logan among others. Production is due to start in May 2006.

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