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8. September 2021 | Events

Workshop electromobility strategies of the manufacturers - BMW, Mercedes Benz, Opel, Ford

In mid-July 2021, the EU Commission announced the “Fit for 55” package: by 2030, the CO2 emissions of new cars are to be reduced by 55 percent. By 2035, new cars will have to be completely emission-free. A gloomy future for classic combustion engines. The major manufacturers are reacting and announcing new or modified strategies for emission-free vehicle fleets.

After the two workshops on the Volkswagen Group’s electromobility strategy, everything on September 8th will revolve around the electromobility strategies of the BMW Group, Mercedes Benz, Opel and Ford.

Get detailed insights into the strategies of these manufacturers and learn more about the planning of locations, vehicles, quantities and components.

Background

Europe has been releasing the handbrake on electromobility since last year. The EU’s “Fit for 55” climate package, which was newly adopted in July 2021, also increases the pressure on manufacturers to convert to emission-free vehicles with specific CO2 limits and targets. The last hours for conventional combustion engines have struck.

The trend reversal that has begun towards electromobility and the associated risks and opportunities for suppliers, outfitters and service providers should not be underestimated.

In this workshop you will learn, using specific production-related data from the manufacturers, which strategies the OEMs are pursuing on the growth path and how quickly the trend reversal will spread. The Chemnitz Automotive Institute (CATI) can access a production-oriented database.

Agenda

  • Welcome and introduction round
  • Introduction – The reactions of manufacturers to the EU’s new CO2 package of measures
  • Electromobility strategies BMW Group and Mercedes
    • Locations, vehicles, quantities, platforms, components
    • Discussion, business impact
  • Electric mobility strategies Opel (PSA Groupe) and Ford
    • Locations, vehicles, quantities, platforms, components
    • Discussion, business impact
  • Ending and networking

Speaker

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Prof. Dr. Werner Olle, Member of the Board of Directors of the Chemnitz Automotive Institute with many years of experience in the automotive and supplier industry as a board member and logistics manager.

Appointment

8. September 2021 , 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Business Village Chemnitz

Seminar fee

Participation is free of charge for AMZ members. Guests are very welcome and pay € 245.00 per person plus VAT. A maximum of 2 people per company can be registered.

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