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autosee It can’t have escaped your attention that AutoSEE 2012 is bringing together over 200 OEMs and tier one suppliers representing  the automotive industry in the Czech republic, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland.

Latest News: Minister of National Economy  György Matolcsy speaking at AutoSEE
As Minister of National Economy, György Matolcsy has been crucial in attracting major investments of Volkswagen Group (Audi), General Motors (Opel) and Daimler (Mercedes-Benz) by offering them major incentives to initiate or step up their investments in Hungary. It has been estimated by the Ministry of National Economy  that the projects in Gyor, Szentgotthard, and Kecskemet  will add 2% to the contribution of the car sector to Hungarian GDP, lifting its output to around 5% of total economic output out from 3.1%. Watch Minister Matolcsy’s keynote opening speech and grab the opportunity to learn more about the government commitment to OEMs and SMEs to boost the automotive sector in Hungary even further and find out how the government strategy can help you to grow your business in Hungary.

If you have a particular country of focus learn more about how AutoSEE 2012 can make the right connections for you and provide you with the very latest information on opportunities and expectations in this region.

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Do you have a focus on doing business in the Czech Republic?
  • Are you one of Skoda’s suppliers or do you wish you were?  Join AutoSEE 2012 and hear from Attila Kulik, purchasing manager with VW groups Eastern European office.  Want to know if you measure up? Attila will be sharing the criteria VW group uses in assessing their purchasing decisions and will identify future opportunities as part of his overview of VW operations in this region.
  • Don’t miss the opportunity to hear the progress on supplier localisation and strategies from  Pierre-Louis Mathey, PSA Peugeot Citroen

Are you already operating in or planning to operate in Romania?
  • Wim Wuyts, Purchasing and Global Commodity Manager of General Motors based in Romania will provide you with the latest updates on GM’s Purchasing and Production Activities in Central and South-Eastern Europe. Uncover the opportunities and understand how to become a preferred supplier of a leading OEM
  • Learn more about Bosch’s €60 million Euros investment in a new factory in Jucu, Romania and what this means for you and your business as Herman Butz outlines the strategy for the region.

How are you leveraging the opportunities in Slovakia?
How are you capitalising on PSA Peugeot Citroen’s new investments in Slovakia? PSA Peugeot  Citroen have recently invested 130 million euros to launch the production of a new model at the Trnava plant. Pierre-Louis Mathey will be presenting some recent strategy behind this in his address to the AutoSEE audience
  • Benchmark with  T1 suppliers such as Continental, Delphi and Johnson Controls operating in Slovakia and understand their success factors in this region.
Have you heard the latest news from Poland?
  • Sitech is one of the world's leading suppliers and has an important presence in Poland with its Polkowice plant. Leverage the opportunity to network with Hans-Joachim Schreiner, President of Sitech Poland and understand his views on the need to develop innovative, high quality products to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • With Volkswagen and Scania having major plants in Poznan and Slupsk respectively, Poland is an important manufacturing base for VW Group. Don’t miss this opportunity to receive an update from Attila Kulik on VW Group’s manufacturing operations in Poland and get an insight in VW group’s regional purchasing strategy to become or remain a preferred supplier.

In case you don’t already have the details please find them below:

Event: AutoSEE 2012
2 Day Main Conference: 15 -16 May 2012
Pre Conference site tour : 14th May – Knorr Bremse & Videoton
Post Conference site tour: 17th May – Audi
Venue: Novotel, Centrum, Budapest

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Over 100 of your colleagues and competitors have already secured their place. I don’t want you to miss out on our last available discount price. Book before next Friday 27th April to secure your discount.

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