San Diego Ship Repair,
a member of the BAE Systems
Ship Repair family of shipyards.
America's leading non-nuclear
ship repair, modernization,
conversion and overhaul
company. San Diego
Ship Repair is
on the West Coast,
with a facility located in San Diego, California, one of the Navy's largest megaports. Other BAE Systems shipyards are located in San Francisco, California (San Francisco Ship Repair), Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (Hawaii Shipyards), and Norfolk, Virginia (Norfolk Ship Repair).BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair provides both commercial and government customers excellence in service, an accomplished, experienced and highly knowledgeable work force and a strong management team. The company has worked on all types of commercial vessels, including cruise ships, tankers, barges, research vessels, reefer and container ships and kelp cutters, to name a few. Work has been performed on virtually all types of government vessels, including cruisers (CGs), Navy destroyers (DDGs), LPDs and LSDs.
Bommarito Automotive Group has the one-two punch of Frank and Johnny. The Bommarito father-and-son team operates 15 car dealerships in St. Peters, St. Louis, Ellisville, and Hazelwood, Missouri. The company sells new vehicles from General Motors, Isuzu, Mazda, Nissan, and Suzuki, as well as used cars and fleet vehicles. Customers can apply for credit, check inventory, and schedule service online. Frank Bommarito started as a car washer at a Missouri GM dealership in 1952. He worked his way up to sales and was eventually granted a GM franchise in 1971, which was the start of Bommarito Automotive Group.
ZAP was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Santa Rosa, California. ZAP engages in the development, acquisition, and commercialization of electric vehicles and electric vehicle power systems in the United States. It offers on-campus trucks and vans to various government organizations including FAA, US military, and state government patrol vehicles; and sport utility vehicles for taxi fleet market. The company markets various forms of transportation, including alternative energy and fuel efficient automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, scooters, personal watercraft, hovercraft, neighborhood electric vehicles, and commercial vehicles. It also operates a retail car lot for sale of conventional and electric vehicles, as well as sells its products through the Internet. The company was formerly known as ZAPWORLD.COM and changed its name to ZAP in 2001.
Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) is one of the top three auto giants in China. The government-owned corporation has controlling stakes in SAIC Motor (79%) and HUAYU Auto (60%), an auto components supply company. Through its joint venture with GM, Shanghai General Motors (SGM) makes vehicles under the Buick, Chevrolet, and other GM brands, for the Chinese market. SAIC makes passenger cars, including its own Roewe brand sedan, as well as commercial trucks, buses, and tractors, and related components. The company's other interests include car leasing, auto parts wholesale and retail, and financing. It has multiple production facilities in China, and branches in the US, Europe, Japan, and Korea.
Adam Opel is the opel of GM's European eye. The company has been a subsidiary of GM for 80 years and is the core of GM's business in Europe. Opel's passenger cars (Astra, Zafira, Vectra, and electric Ampera), along with its light commercial vehicles (Combo and Movano) represent a vast majority of GM's total sales in Germany. Opel is the third most popular brand in Germany behind Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz, and it is GM's second biggest selling brand after Chevrolet. It offers International and Diplomat Sales (IDS) to customers in international organizations, military, and diplomatic service. Adam Opel operates 13 manufacturing facilities in eight countries and holds a European market share in excess of 6%.
Hillyard, Inc. manufactures and distributes cleaning solutions and supplies, from carpet and gym-floor cleaners to toilet-bowl detergents and air fresheners. Hillyard not only makes the cleaners but also moves them around North America through a network of distributors that spans the US and much of Canada. Among the company's larger customers are manufacturing and consumer products giants the likes of Georgia-Pacific, 3M, and Rubbermaid. Hillyard was formed by N. S. Hillyard in 1907.
People can get a variety of food items by ordering la carte, and mobile food vendors can get a variety of vehicles and equipment from All A Cart Manufacturing. The company builds and modifies carts, kiosks, step vans, and trailers to be used for food preparation and sales. All A Cart offers products designed to handle hot food, beverages, and ice cream. Customers who can't find what they want on the company's menu of options can order custom jobs. Not satisfied with just building and modifying food-related vehicles, the company's All Car Excellence division restores classic cars and sells vintage replacement parts.
Volvo Trucks North America is a division of Volvo Truck Corporation, one of the leading heavy truck and engine manufacturers in the world. Today, Volvo Trucks manufactures a broad line of Class 8 trucks and tractors—both on-highway and vocational—under the Volvo brand. Each new or used purchase is supported by a strong dealer network and by industry-leading parts and service programs to smooth your ride on the road to success.Volvo built its first truck in 1928 to serve a growing transport industry. At the time, roads were roughly carved out of the countryside. The challenge was to build trucks that met the rigorous demands of the job in balance with the comfort and safety needs of the driver. Our commitment to achieving that balance hasn’t wavered.
Cragar Industries licenses the rights to make, market, and distribute Cragar aftermarket automotive wheels and accessories. Licensed products include one-piece and multipiece cast aluminum wheels; forged aluminum wheels; composite, steel, and wire wheels; and performance racing wheels. Cragar Industries has several licensees, including Carlisle Tire and Wheel, Quattro Brands, Weld Racing, and The Wheel Group. Sports and entertainment company Global Entertainment Corp. bought Cragar Industries in 2004 and unloaded it in 2008 to privately held Danbom Industries of Iowa.
Orbital is going from Down Under to all over the world with its direct-injection engine technology for automobiles, boats, and motorcycles. The technology, known as the Orbital Combustion Process (OCP), is used in engines to reduce fuel consumption and emissions output. Orbital is pushing licensing as a way to establish OCP as a commercially viable product. Although the company is more successful at getting its engine technology into motorcycles and watercraft, it does sell license agreements to vehicle and engine makers, including Mercury Marine. Orbital also earns revenues from royalties and from prototype and component manufacturing. The Asia/Pacific region generates about three-quarters of Orbital's sales.
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