The automotive sector provides direct and indirect jobs to 13.3 million Europeans, representing 6.1% of total EU employment

Today, the automotive sector provides direct and indirect jobs to 13.3 million Europeans, representing 6.1% of total EU employment. Moreover, the 3.4 million high-skilled jobs in automotive manufacturing represent 11.3% of the EU’s total manufacturing employment Continue reading The automotive sector provides direct and indirect jobs to 13.3 million Europeans, representing 6.1% of total EU employment

Trends 2018: The keys to automotive logistics

Barcelona, February 19, 2018. – The International Congresses on Automotive Logistics are a place where market analysis is heard, examination of past financial years, and possible trends to face the present and the future. Today, we bring to you an analysis of Frauke Heistermann, Non Executive Board Member, BEFESA S.A. / Board Member BVL / Technology Council federal state, Rhineland-Palatinate. Precisely, his analysis on the logistics industry applied to the automotive sector. We hope you find it interesting.

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European Automotive Industry: The New Era of Collaboration and Integration

“Europe conference: No easy way to the digital supply chain”. The journal Aumotive Logistics celebrates conferences with the main logistic leaders of the companies related to the logistics of the automotive. Hence the importance of reading carefully the extensive report published by the magazine Continue reading European Automotive Industry: The New Era of Collaboration and Integration

IOT Internet of Things Automobile

The Internet of Things in the automotive industry

Science fiction? Of course not. My present BMW already notifies me when I have a service issue, displaying the fault on my dashboard and advising me to contact my dealer. Nevertheless, IoT offers urgent opportunities to OEMs beyond consumer-facing news too. Continue reading The Internet of Things in the automotive industry