Category Archives: Car industry Warwickshire

Autins – a global group with local roots

28/01/2016 //
by idealmarketing
Posted in Automotive insulation, Car industry Warwickshire

Although British owned, The Autins Group is an international company, with Rheinland Insulations in Germany and Scandins in Sweden, plus Indian joint venture Indica Automotive and Automotive Insulations based in the UK. However, the company has its roots firmly in the Midlands, which has long been a hub for manufacturing, innovation and research and development […]

The Autins Group’s new website goes live

08/06/2015 //
by idealmarketing
Posted in Car industry Warwickshire

The launch of their new website this week marks the final stage of an extensive rebranding and expansion programme within The Autins Group. The new website was developed to reflect changes within the company over the past three years, which include the addition of overseas ventures in Sweden, Germany and India as well as investment […]

The Autins Group joins JLR at factory opening

As a long time trusted supplier of Jaguar Land Rover, The Autins Group’s CEO Jim Griffin was part of the recent JLR celebrations to mark the start of production of the new Jaguar XE at the company’s Solihull site. The official opening of the £500m ‘factory within a factory’ in April was an historic moment […]

MD of The Autins Group speaks at manufacturing breakfast meeting

Jim Griffin, Managing Director of The Autins Group spoke at a recent breakfast meeting attended by manufacturers from across the Midlands. Amongst other topics, Jim expressed his concerns that the vision for the industry held by OEMs and tier one suppliers was not being shared with those further down the chain. Jim was one of […]

Government minister visits Automotive Insulation’s HQ

Government minister visits Automotive Insulations’ new headquarters A prominent government minister visited AI’s new site in July to see firsthand what the company has achieved and to formally open the newly built headquarters. The Minister for Skills and Enterprise Matthew Hancock was shown around the factory by AI’s Managing Director Jim Griffin and was also […]