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Nissan Motor (GB) Limited

The Rivers Office Park Denham Way
Maple Cross

Telephone : 01923 899930
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    Eaton and Nissan partner to develop energy storage and control systems(10/05/2016)

    Eaton and Nissan announced an agreement to explore the feasibility of jointly developing, industrialising and commercialising energy storage and control systems.

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    Nissan releases next generation fuel cell stack(13/10/2011)

    Nissan Motor Co. has released its next generation fuel cell stack (2011 model) for fuel cell electric vehicles. Through improvements to the membrane electrode assembly (MEA) and the separator flow path, which make up the structure of the fuel cell, Nissan has significantly improved the power density of the stack to 2.5 times greater than its 2005 model and realised an automotive world’s best 2.5kW per litre.

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    Nissan cars to benefit from new ultra high tensile strength steel development(05/10/2011)

    Nissan has developed an ultra high tensile strength steel rated at 1.2GPa. From 2013, this new, highly formable steel will be produced as plates for use in cold pressing structural vehicle body parts. To be deployed globally in models across the Nissan range, it will reduce vehicle body weight by up to 15kg, which the company says is a significant step in improving environmental impact as well as driving performance.

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    Nissan seeks engineers and maintenance technicians for Sunderland plant(21/07/2011)

    Nissan has launched a major new recruitment campaign for engineers and maintenance technicians to join its record-breaking Sunderland plant. Up to 200 new positions across the plant will support the current record levels of production, the introduction of electric vehicle technology to the UK at the new battery plant, and the development of two new models which have been announced for Nissan Sunderland plant - the 100% electric Nissan LEAF and the next generation Nissan Qashqai.

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    Nissan's new Qashqai will be designed, engineered and built in Britain(08/06/2011)

    At a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron, the president and chief executive officer of Nissan Motor Co., Carlos Ghosn, announced that workers in Britain will design, engineer and build the next version of the best-selling Nissan Qashqai. The new Qashqai project will safeguard 6,000 jobs, both direct and indirect through the UK supply chain. It represents a major endorsement of the quality and calibre of British-made products.

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