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2017-05-15 | Troy
To help automakers balance the requirements of the evolving industry with current and next-generation technologies, Schaeffer will share insight into four of the global supplier’s key optimization efforts at the 11th Annual CTI Symposium held May 15 to 18 in Novi, Mich. A long-time event sponsor, Schaeffler will also showcase key innovations related to these presentations, as well as transmission application and emobility technologies at its product exhibition.
“Driven by our ’Mobility for tomorrow’ strategy, Schaeffler has proven itself as a committed partner in helping our automotive customers achieve their mobility goals for both conventional and next-generation powertrains,” said Philip George, director advanced development, Schaeffler. “With an average of 60 products on every global vehicle, Schaeffler works to understand and anticipate our customers’ needs to create solutions – like the ones we’re presenting at the CTI Symposium – which fit their vision and vehicles.”
May 17th Production Discussions
May 18th Product Discussions
Created and organized by CTI, the 11th International Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives Congress and Exhibition offers an international exchange of experiences and opinions among key automotive representatives. Participants, including automakers, transmission manufacturers and suppliers from the United States, Europe and Asia, will discuss the latest in technical developments and applications for conventional and alternative drives. For more information, please visit http://www.transmission-symposium.com/usa.