- Taxi giant looks to future. // Professional Engineering;7/23/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 13, p11
Reports on owner of London Taxis, Manganese Bronze's series of deals designed to streamline its business, reduce its balance sheet and focus on services revenue. Sale of the freehold to the firm's London Taxi International factory at Holyhead Road; Company's plan to dispose its components division.
- Uncovered tooling costs capitalised. // Accountancy;Apr1984, Vol. 95 Issue 1088, p42
Reports on the status of a project initiated by Engineering Group Manganese Bronze Holdings that involves the development of taxicabs for London, England as of April 1984. Overview of the project; Project centered expenditures incurred by the company.
- Call-up for cabbies. // Engineer (00137758);1/10/2003, Vol. 291 Issue 7618, p4
Reports on Manganese Bronze's plans to commercially launch a system that allows mobile phone users to hail taxis via their handsets in Great Britain.
- Getting a fare deal. Clayton, Richard // Design Week;2/20/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p19
Focuses on the significance of taxi manufacturer Manganese Bronze's introduction of the product called Zingo, which is an electronic device that uses cellular technology from mobile phone companies to locate passengers and Global Positioning System to find the nearest taxicab. Simplicity of the...
- Zone-aware taxis will help cut city pollution. // Engineer (00137758);4/18/2003, Vol. 291 Issue 7625, p11
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- Recall work costs taxi builder Â£4m after series of under-bonnet fires. // Professional Engineering;3/11/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p4
The article reports on the Â£4 million worth of black taxi cabs insured after a series of under-bonnet fires in London, England. Upon the incident, the Public Carriage Office plans to suspend Hackney carriage licences of 673 production of 56 plate TX4 cabs from LTI, a subsidiary of Manganese...
- Taxi drivers welcome the return of Metrocab. // Professional Engineering;7/28/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p8
Metrocab UK Ltd., part of the Frazer Nash group, the main rival to Manganese Bronze's London black cabs, is set to recommence production within the next two months. William Chi, an adviser to the management board of Metrocab, said that the company would return to production, building taxis to...
- London cabs to pick up fares in China. // Asian Pacific Post;6/7/2007, p8
The article reports on the plan of Geely Automobile Holdings to sell taxicabs from Manganese Bronze in China in 2008. According to Lawrence Ang, Geely executive director, it is possible that the production cost of the cabs be lowered at least by half. Prices had not been finalized, however,...
- Untitled. Pilkington, Lisa // Estates Gazette;1/10/2015, Issue 806, p1
The article offers information on the announcement made by Manganese Bronze Holdings, subsidiary of car maker Geely for a deal to construct a new cab manufacturing factory at the Ansty Park in Coventry, England. It mentions the effort made by the Great Britain government with Geely for the...