The first Automotive Evolution North America conference will help manufacturing leaders and experts at automotive OEMs and suppliers take advantage of increasing localisation, changing skills and production technology in the transition to electrification and sustainability across the region’s factories.
The North American automotive industry is not only bouncing back from recent crises, but also transforming production for an electrified, digital and sustainable future. Automotive OEMs and suppliers are making tremendous capital investment in existing and greenfield plants to build new technology and components, leading a charge to localise vehicle and battery manufacturing in the region.
Although the growth of electrification in the region is clear, manufacturers must manage a complex transition, and one that will have significant implications for manufacturing technology, investment, and jobs not only at automotive OEMs, but also for production at major tier-1 and tier-2 suppliers in the region.
This changing landscape will require the automotive manufacturing industry to be more flexible and leaner than ever before. That’s why Automotive Manufacturing Solutions is launching the first of its Automotive Evolution series of events in North America, bringing together top production leaders, plant directors, manufacturing engineers, equipment, digital and technology experts to explore how we succeed through leaner, greener, more flexible manufacturing.