Schaeffler is exhibiting engine and chassis technologies, alongside electric mobility solutions and thought leadership at AAPEX.
Schaeffler has been supplying aftermarket parts to customers in North America for more than 35 years. The video is sponsored by Schaeffler.
In this episode, Eric and Bill talk about everything from the best and worst drivers around the globe, to the proudest career moments, as well as some of the most significant technology changes taking place in the aftermarket today, including in the EV space.
Schaeffler’s engineers are working on drivetrains based on an all-electric or hybrid design and an internal combustion engine, various concepts to contribute to the development of environmentally friendly drive architectures.
Schaeffler has published its 2017 interim financial report and announced the company grew its revenue by 3.8% or by 7 billion Euros (approximately $8.2 billion). The Automotive division increased its revenue by 4.2% at constant currency in the first half of 2017.
Schaeffler has been has been selected as one of 60 partners to participate in Volkswagen’s Future Automotive Supply Tracks program.
The Schaeffler Group is expanding its American plant in Fort Mill, S. C. to improve infrastructure and the working environment.