21st Cooperation Forum Automotive Wire Harness

On 28 November 2018, more than 300 guests and 12 exhibitors from the industry met in Ingolstadt for the 21st Cooperation Forum Automotive Wire Harness. Decision-makers from leading automobile manufacturers and suppliers, including Audi, Leoni Bordnetz-Syteme, Kromberg & Schubert, Dräxlmaier, BMW, MD Elektronik, ASAP Engineering and Schleuniger, reported on developments and challenges in the development of electrical wiring systems in vehicles.

They discussed the competencies that OEM’s and their suppliers have to build up in order to implement the megatrends electro mobility, automated driving and digitization in vehicles. The main focus was on development processes, simulations, testing and requirements for wiring systems that have to be met.

ODW-ELEKTRIK GmbH was one of 12 exhibitors who took part in the well-attended event. With a total of 320 visitors, there were extensive opportunities for networking and exchange, which we used extensively. For the second time this year, we were represented with a stand at an event in the field of electrical wire systems in vehicles, and we were able to further increase our level of awareness.

15 years ODW-ELEKTRIK in Ukraine – A great success story

“A great success story”, under the slogan the 15th anniversary was celebrated at our plant in the Ukraine on Saturday, July 14.
Colleagues from near and far, as well as representatives from politics and business had come to celebrate the event together.

ODW-ELEKTRIK had founded this location in 2003 as the third of today’s five locations and with that set a further milestone in the internationalization of the company.
The acquisition of this location has made it possible to react to the changed market situation and to orient the company towards the future.

Today we have about 2,400 employees in Germany, Hungary, Ukraine, Macedonia and Mexico in the family of the ODW-ELEKTRIK group of companies.

How we think “a great success story”

11th Congress of AKJ Automotive in Puebla – Mexico

On November 7th and 8th 2017, the 11th Congress of AKJ Automotive took place in Puebla, Mexico. The aim of the conferences organized by AJK Automotive is the exchange of information between all members of the automotive value chain. With a total number of 15 speeches and 2 discussion panels and according to the motto “Empower Automotive Mexico 4.0”, this year’s event dealt with topics such as the Mexican automotive industry and the NAFTA status, Mexico in a new world of opportunities and barriers, drive supply chain excellence, drive innovation and the future for automotive, innovation processes in product and process as well as Industry 4.0.

Speakers included representatives of VOLKSWAGEN, AUDI, FORD, DAIMLER, BOSCH, Brose, EDAG and PricewaterhouseCoopers. With a total of 140 participants, the conference also offered extensive networking opportunities. ODW-ELEKTRIK participated as one of 10 sponsors with a booth at the event.

IZB 2016 in Wolfsburg – We did it again!

This year’s IZB was celebrating its 15th anniversary. 800 companies from 32 nations were participating at the jubilee. 49.800 visitors from all over the world visited the fair. Also, ODW-ELEKTRIK was celebrating our 5th anniversary in participating at the internationale Zuliefererbörse (IZB). Our well positioned booth at the fair was very busy at all days. Not only our current valuable customers were visiting us, but also many new interested parties get in touch with our Fair-Team.

IT was an successfull event for us!

We are open

On Tuesday November 22th 2016, ODW-ELEKTRIK México was officially opened in Tlaxcala! We would like to thank everybody who supported us on this exciting journey! The ramp-up of the Hands Free Access is ongoing and we are looking forward to place many more products here in México. Our special special thanks go to Gobernador Lic. Mariano González Zarur and the Government of Tlaxcala. Currently we have vacancies for machine setter, operators and warehousing.

Looking forward to receive your application!

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