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Humax to supply RAiDEA mobility service platform to leading car rental company in the Middle East

SEONGNAM-SI, South Korea, Feb. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Humax, a total mobility platform provider, has signed a contract with Saudi Arabian business WTC Auto Rent – the leading car rental organization in the Middle East. This new agreement will see Humax supply WTC with the RAiDEA mobility service platform (powered by its affiliated company, Alticast) for contactless car rental automation services.

RAiDEA is an all-in-one mobility service platform that provides an array of services such as B2C, B2B and P2P. This technology is suitable for round trip, one way and free-floating infrastructures, and is designed for vehicles including cars, motorcycles, bikes and electric scooters. 

As a result of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, car rental operators around the world are facing significant business challenges due to reduced utilization and poor financial performance. In an effort to overcome these difficulties and improve the business environment, WTC will introduce the

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HBO Production Company Sued For $8M After Massive Car Dealership Fire

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613 Automotive Group was being used for the I Know This Much Is True HBO series when the blaze broke out.

A car dealership in Ellenville is suing an HBO production company for $8 million after the location was destroyed by a massive fire after being used as a set for the television series I Know This Much To Be True, according to the Record Online. The series stars Mark Ruffalo. The lawsuit was filed by 613 Automotive Group and issued to Calling Grace Productions due to negligence.

On May 9th, 2019, just after midnight, a fire erupted at the dealership and completely engulfed the 10,000-square-foot facility while torching dozens of vehicles. Some of the cars were owned by the dealership while others were antiques that were put in place by the production company to use on set. According to the source, the

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The first Black-owned car company was C. R. Patterson and Sons


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C. R. Patterson and Sons may not be a familiar name to many, but this small automobile manufacturer is the first and only Black-owned car company. Charles Richard Patterson was born enslaved on a Virginia plantation in 1833. Twenty eight years later, in 1861, Charles escaped the plantation and traveled to Greenfield, Ohio, to begin a new life as a free man. In 1873, he partnered with carriage manufacturer J.P. Lowe and began the successful business of manufacturing horse carriages. Charles then bought out Lowe’s shares of the business and re-established the company as C. R. Patterson and Sons in 1893, with his oldest son Frederick taking on more of an ownership role.

In 1910, Charles Richard Patterson died and left the business to Frederick, who quickly began converting the company into an automobile manufacturer. The hard work of shifting the scope of the

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