EUCAR

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EUCAREuropean Council for Automotive Research and Development
EUCAREuropean Council for Automotive R & D
EUCAREuropean Car Manufacturers
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8 September 2016 - Europe-based vehicle rental services company Europcar Group (PAR: EUCAR) has acquired London, England-based ride-hailing business Brunel, the company said.
France-based vehicle rental agency Europcar Group (PAR: EUCAR), through UK-based mobility startup Ubeeqo, has acquired Spain-based mobility tech startup Bluemove, the company said.
10 June 2016 - France-based vehicle rental agency Europcar Group (PAR: EUCAR), through UK-based mobility startup Ubeeqo, has acquired Spain-based mobility tech startup Bluemove, the company said.
Europcar France is a subsidiary of France-based vehicle rental car provider Europcar Group (PAR: EUCAR).
French vehicle rental services group Europcar (PAR: EUCAR) has signed an agreement with Investindustrial to acquire Spanish low cost car rental company Goldcar, the group said.
8 August 2019 - Paris-based car rental company Europcar Mobility Group (PAR: EUCAR) has agreed to acquire a 100% stake in US-based Fox Rent A Car to expand services on a global scale, the company said.
Moreover, a recently published well-to-tank (WTT) report by JEC (a joint effort by European Commission's Joint Research Centre, EUCAR, and CONCAWE) included LCA of DME production from fossil NG and woody biomass [20].
[3] EUCAR. "European Council for Automotive R&D (EUCAR)," October 2013.
EUCAR members include BMW, DAF, Daimler, Fiat, Ford Europe, GM/Opel, Hyundai Motor Europe, Jaguar Land Rover, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Renault, Scania, Toyota Motor Europe, Volkswagen Group, AB Volvo and Volvo Car Corporation.
In Europe, USA, Japan and other countries are great efforts made from auto-industries and governments to reach single standards through the several and common projects such as CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium, Vehicle Safety Communication Consortium, EUCAR SGA etc.
The group was made up of experts from the European Commission, the automotive and telecommunications industries, component suppliers, service industries, infrastructure operators, consumer organisations, automotive clubs, insurance providers, the European ITS association ERTICO, the European Automobile Manufacturer's Association ACEA and European Council for Automotive Research and Development EUCAR (DG INFSO 2002a: 2).