NSL Automotive Expand and MEMA Joins with Auto-ISAC
NSL Automotive Expand
UK reman firm NSL Automotive Components has announced plans for further investment at its Coventry, West Midlands, base following a series of contract wins. NSL specialises in remanufacturing power steering racks, pumps, boxes and brake calipers for the automotive and light commercial motor trade, but plans to grow its product range. The company says it is currently developing the processes to allow the remanufacturing of electrical steering columns.
MEMA Joins with Auto-ISAC
The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA) has linked up with a leading cyber security organisation in a bid to ensure that policy makers take reman into account when drafting legislation on cybersecurity in the automotive industry. Its strategic partnership with the Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) will centre on potential threats to vehicle-to-vehicle communications and network connections in future vehicles. MEMA president and CEO Steve Handschuh says this will help the industry tackle “the complex security issues”. Starting in 1998,ISACs were created in areas such as financial services, electricity and energy to share information about physical and cyber threats to protect US infrastructure.
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