Automotive engineering
Automotive engineering is a science- and capital-intensive segment of engineering. Automobiles, automobile parts, and lower-value goods for the automotive engineering are the main group of goods transported by rail container transport.
Materials on topic
9 publications
Types of materials
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Report
08.06.2020
Report
08.06.2020
European Economic Forecast (Summer 2020)
In a new European Economic Forecast, the European Commission expects a deeper recession and a slower recovery for the economy of the Union. However, the blow caused by the pandemic differs from country to country with some states and industries expected to recover faster due to internal factors.
Article
07.23.2020
EU car sales forecast 2020: Record drop of 25% expected this year, says ACEA
In the light of the major economic crisis facing the auto industry due to COVID-19, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) has radically revised its 2020 forecast for passenger car registrations down to about −25%.
European Automobile Manufacturers Association
Article
05.18.2020
Exporters urged to adjust to global demands
Though China saw its exports recover in April, driven by the surging shipment of electromechanical, textile and plastic products, trade experts urged the country’s export-oriented companies to analyze global market demand as early as possible during the post-pandemic period to stay competitive.
Article
05.25.2020
Interactive map: Production impact of COVID-19 on the European auto industry
This interactive map shows the impact of the coronavirus / COVID-19 crisis on the production of motor vehicles for each of the 27 EU member states plus the UK.
European Automobile Manufacturers Association
Article
05.27.2020
298 automobile factories operating across Europe, new data shows
298 automobile assembly and engine production plants operate in Europe today, according to freshly-updated data from the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA). Cars, vans, trucks, buses and engines are manufactured at these factories, 196 of which are situated within the European Union (EU27).
European Automobile Manufacturers Association
Report
05.27.2020
Report
05.27.2020
Monitoring the situation internationally - Germany
Germany registered its first Corona-case on January 27, and as of April 30 around 162,500 cases have been reported, and 6.572 deaths have been registered. 123,500 people have reportedly recovered from the virus. This report intends to provide DI’s members with a selection of information on essential developments related to the Corona crisis in Germany.