Yamaha's Remote Cheerer app brings sports fans closer to their favourite teams, digitally
As teams begin to play in empty stadiums in light of coronavirus, Yamaha extends a helping hand.
Closure of economic activities should have been reviewed carefully: Yamaha
The company, which has three plants in the country, said saving hu...
For the love of music: Yamaha India R&D boss owns 14 guitars
Hideki Fujiwara started learning to play the guitar as a club activity.
Yamaha drives in $35 million for Drivezy
Drivezy has so far raised $28 million in equity financing from the likes of Das Capital, the investment firm founded by Japanese serial entrepreneur and investor Shinji Kimura, and Bain Capital, the multi-asset alternative investment firm co-founded by former US presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
HMSI, Yamaha calibrating operating processes to re-start production after lockdown ends
HMSI Director Sales and Marketing Yadvinder Singh Guleria told PTI that the company has applied for permissions from respective state governments to start production at its plants.
Yamaha suspends production at manufacturing plants till March-end
The operations at the Surajpur and Faridabad plants in Haryana have been suspended from March 23 to March 31, whereas the operations at the Chennai plant in Tamil Nadu will be suspended from March 24 to March 31, the company said in a statement.
Two-wheeler makers gear up to restart operations
Most of Hero MotoCorp's peers are likely to start manufacturing post after May 11. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) is likely to take a call on the start of manufacturing in the next few days and have started reaching out to vendors to understand their preparedness.
Lockdown, Day 33: All eyes on PM Modi's crucial meet with CMs tomorrow
With the end of the nationwide lockdown drawing closer, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to discuss with his Chief Ministers an easing of restrictions post May 3 and the way forward.
Self-drive vehicle rental companies spot a fast lane to riches
As automobile companies stare at tepid vehicle sales even after the ongoing nationwide lockdown lifts, new-age vehicle subscription services may grow, as consumers prefer personal vehicles to public transport or shared mobility, in the wake of increased social distancing measures to stem the Covid-19 virus outbreak.
After Hyundai, Yamaha Motors and Rockman Industries follow suit and suspend manufacturing operations pan-India till March 31
While operations at the Surajpur and Faridabad were suspended from Monday onwards, operations at the Chennai plant will be suspended from Tuesday. Employees working at the company's head office and area offices have been provided with the option to Work from Home till March 31st.
Yamaha introduces BS-VI compliant FZ 25 motorcycle
The company also announced the prices of its newly unveiled BS-VI compliant two-wheelers including MT-15 (155 cc) motorcycle, Ray ZR 125 FI scooter and Street Rally 125 FI scooter. The MT-15 will be priced at Rs 1,38,900 and Rs 1,39,400, respectively, for two different variants.
Automakers extend dates for free services and warranties for customers due to lockdown
Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki, TVS Motor, Yamaha, Volkswagen and Hyundai have so far announced that the free services scheduled during the lockdown period will be honoured in succeeding months, while warranties expiring during this period will also be similarly extended.
Yamaha's BS-VI compliant YZF-R15 3.0 model comes to India, starting at Rs 1.45 lakh
The bike will be available in three colour options.
Companies must temporarily increase autonomy of teams to manage Covid impact: Howard Yu
Companies should temporarily allow cross-functional teams to have more decision-making power – while it may not be possible on the short term to significantly increase the autonomy of specific product departments or locations, it is possible to temporarily assign decision making power to cross functional teams, Howard Yu said.
Auto industry stares at $2 bn loss, as factories and dealers shut shop to stem Covid-19 contagion
Companies expect loss of about 750,000 units in production in March alone due to covid outbreak.
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