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Monet CEO: Possible to cooperate with overseas ride-sharing companies
VW's Traton, Hino To Cooperate on E-Mobility, Procurement
R&I affirms Hino Motors's rating at "A-" and announces stable outlook -R&I
HINO MOTORS, LTD. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of trucks and buses, and the provision of related services. The Company operates in two regional segments. The Company is mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of various trucks, sightseeing buses, route buses, industrial diesel engines and other products, the manufacture of machined parts, forged parts, dies, electrical components and other products, the assembly of automobiles and unit parts, as well as the sale of automobiles. The Company operates within the domestic market and to overseas markets, including Asia, North America, Oceania and others.
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Suzuki Motor Corp and Daihatsu are joining a commercial electric vehicle coalition led by Toyota Motor Corp, the carmakers announced on Wednesday, helping the Japanese alliance expand its focus from trucks to smaller cars.
Toyota Motor Corp and Isuzu Motors Ltd announced a capital alliance on Wednesday, reviving a partnership to bolster their competitive edge in connected, commercial vehicles.
Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD <002594.SZ> said on Thursday it has partnered with Toyota-owned truck maker Hino Motors <7205.T> to develop electric commercial vehicles, as BYD deepens electric collaboration with Japan's top automaker.
In Japan, trucks are being designed for a driverless future with no cabin and interchangeable container areas that would allow vehicles to be highly customized for parcel delivery or even serve as mini-hotels or beauty salons.
Monet Technologies, a joint venture between SoftBank Corp and Toyota, on Thursday said it had agreed to partner with Honda Motor Co and Japanese truck maker Hino Motors Ltd to develop self-driving car services.
Toyota Motor Corp's truck-making arm is adding artificial intelligence to large diesel-electric hybrids to improve fuel efficiency, at a time when rivals are focusing on all-battery-powered models in an era of tighter emissions rules.
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