- Webasto Sunroofs shuffles leaders, looks to expand. Sherefkin, Robert // Automotive News;9/15/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5731, p20O
Reports that Webasto Sunroofs Inc. is reshuffling its management. Expansion plans in the southern United States and possibly Mexico; Observations of Fred Olson, vice president of operations; Fiscal data on Webasto; Problems with its rapid North American growth.
- Webasto plays a major role in Japanese sunroof market. Chew, Edmund // Automotive News Europe;12/3/2001, Vol. 6 Issue 24, p20
Presents information on Webasto, a German automobile roofing systems supplier. How Webasto established its presence in Japan; Identification of the major customers of the company in Japan; Description of the electrically operated retractable hard top developed by Webasto for the Daihatsu Copen.
- Webasto poised to get Chrysler sunroof contract. Sherefkin, Robert // Automotive News;3/17/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5704, p20F
Reports that Webasto Sunroofs Inc. has won the contract to supply sunroofs for Chrysler Corp.'s Cirrus/Stratus models. Design competition won by Webasto; Temporary end to ASC Inc.'s Chrysler sunroof business; Dependence of the sales on the number of cars sold by Chrysler.
- Webasto heads for the sun. Sherefkin, Rober // Crain's Detroit Business;09/01/97, Vol. 13 Issue 35, p17
Reveals that in an effort to facilitate its strategy to follow its automotive customers, Webasto Sunroofs Incorporated has reshuffled its management. Information on the company; What else is under examination by Webasto; Details on the company's sales and financial status.
- Thompson heads Webasto marketing. // Automotive News Europe;8/21/2006, Vol. 11 Issue 17, p18
The article reports on the appointment of Phillip Thompson to the board of directors at Webasto. He also takes the role of CMO at the automotive parts supplier. He will continue his role as head of its global comfort solutions business unit. He worked for Continental-Teves, Honeywell and...
- Aluminum/nylon sunroof ring gives way to olefin. // Design News;2/15/99, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p39
Focuses on the use of olefins in the aftermarket sunroofs from Webasto Sunroofs Inc. Glass-reinforced material from Montell Polyolefins; Disadvantages of traditional nylon-reinforced plastic rings.
- Larger sunroofs boost Webasto. Chew, Edmund // Automotive News Europe;03/26/2001, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p13
Provides information on the plan of Webasto Sunroofs Inc. to develop a roof system for Mercedes-Benz C-class Sports Coupe automobile. Description of the sunroof system; Discussion on automobile safety equipment; Estimated cost of the sunroof development project; Forecast on the corporate sales...
- ASC rival to take top spot as Chrysler supplier. Sherefkin, Robert // Crain's Detroit Business;03/10/97, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p3
Reports that Webasto Sunroofs Incorporated appears to be the company that will provide Chrysler Incorporated with the sunroofs for its Cirrus/Stratus model. Name of the previous supplier; Information on Webasto and its relationship with Chrysler.
- Sunroofers Webasto and Hollandia merge. // Aftermarket Business;Oct2000, Vol. 110 Issue 10, p24
Focuses on the merger of Webasto Sunroofs Inc. Aftermarket Division and Hollandia Sunroofs, Inc. Name of the merged company; Services of the merged company; Location of Webasto AG's technical and manufacturing facilities.