With increasing digitization and further development in the direction of e-mobility, the automotive industry is facing major challenges. Our aim is to help shape this progress as a development partner and pioneer. Our particular focus here is on intelligent and integrated production solutions for various components in the areas of automotive electronics and the electric powertrain.
As a competent technology and process expert for the automotive industry, we bundle competencies from all areas to create custom-fit and customer-specific production solutions.
In our modular production lines, we integrate and combine a wide variety of technologies: from assembly, ultrasonic welding, bonding and soldering to laser welding and automated functional testing.
In this way, we support OEMs and their suppliers in optimizing their production processes and making them more efficient with our machines and systems.
Through the targeted expansion of our process and technology portfolio, we are constantly opening up new opportunities for our customers to realize components even faster, more simply or more cost-effectively.
E-mobility plays a key role in the development of new mobility concepts and in achieving climate targets.
With creative and innovative engineering, we are working vigorously on production solutions that help increase the performance parameters and reduce the cost of batteries. Automation, digitization, integration and scalability of production processes play a key role here. It is precisely at these points that we are working to continuously improve the performance of our production equipment and thus make our customers' manufacturing processes systematically more efficient.
4 questions, 4 answers: Marijan Brcina is Division Manager at Manz AG and a proven expert in the automotive industry. He has been dealing with the disruptive changes and transformation processes in the automotive sector for years. The public debate is intensely focused on the question of whether the European OEMs and their suppliers have simply jumped on e-mobility too late and are now falling behind. He answers this and other questions in the video.