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Audi Hungaria celebrates 20 years of Technical Development and gives a glimpse into the future
Audi Hungaria celebrates 20 years of Technical Development and gives a glimpse into the future - 2021. 09. 10.
• Győr’s Technical Development unit has been actively shaping the mobility of the future for two decades now • Continued expansion with a double-digit EUR million investment • Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: “By focusing on electromobility, we are further strengthening our service portfolio in the field of development and, thereby, our company’s competitiveness.”
Audi Hungaria: 40 Million Engines – from Győr to the World
Audi Hungaria: 40 Million Engines – from Győr to the World - 2021. 09. 03.
• The 40 millionth engine from Győr was an electric drive • Peter Kössler, Board Member for Production and Logistics, AUDI AG: “Audi Hungaria has become the electric drive manufacturing centre of the Audi Group, and continues to make steady progress along the path of electromobility” • Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: “Our highly trained team is ready for the challenges of the future”
Audi Hungaria for a sustainable future
Audi Hungaria for a sustainable future - 2021. 07. 19.
Audi Hungaria places aluminium in a closed loop with the Aluminium Closed Loop project from 1 July Environment week for employees under the aegis of sustainability Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: “We place great emphasis on developing our products in an increasingly environmentally friendly way and continuously reducing our ecological footprint”
New investment projects in Technical Development
New investment projects in Technical Development - 2021. 07. 16.
New testing equipment to develop electric engines and electric drives in the spirit of sustainable mobility Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: “Our Technical Development is AUDI AG’s third-largest development and competence hub for simulation as well as acoustic and strength analysis testing"
More than 150 students have passed their exams in Audi Hungaria’s dual vocational training system
More than 150 students have passed their exams in Audi Hungaria’s dual vocational training system - 2021. 06. 11.
Győr, 11 June 2021 - Audi Hungaria places great emphasis on the education and high-level training of the next generation. For two decades, the company and its partner institutions have been successfully operating a dual vocational training system, where hundreds of young people acquired theoretical and practical knowledge in 14 professions every year. At the final exams this week, 152 students from Audi Hungaria’s dual vocational training programme demonstrated their skills at the company’s Training and Education Centre, at the company’s tool factory and at the Lukács Sándor Secondary School and College for Mechatronics and Engineering.
Audi Hungaria: how we test our electric drives
Audi Hungaria: how we test our electric drives - 2021. 06. 04.
Audi Hungaria’s Vehicle Drive Development area, with its close to 400 highly qualified employees, follows electric drives from the pre-development phase through series development up to the support provided for series production. The area carries out the testing and inspection of electric drives, among others, with the help of back-to-back (i.e. B2B) benches and acoustic test benches.
In pursuit of the colours in Audi Hungaria’s paint shop
In pursuit of the colours in Audi Hungaria’s paint shop - 2021. 05. 31.
Audi Hungaria produces more than 150,000 cars a year, and the premium quality of these cars can depend on “a hair’s breadth”, as the thickness of the layers applied to each body in the company’s paint shop - phosphate layer, cathodic dip, filler and primer paint, basecoat and colourless paint - is only about 120 µm, which is even thinner than a single human hair.
New Human Resources Director at Audi Hungaria
New Human Resources Director at Audi Hungaria - 2021. 05. 21.
• From 1 June Kinga Németh, is the Member of the Board of Management responsible for Human Resources and Organisation of the company • Dr. Elisabeth Knab, the outgoing Member of the Board, will continue to serve as a Board Representative, responsible for strategy and innovation • Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: "Born in Győr, Kinga Németh has many years of professional experience in human resources management"
Audi Hungaria: Smart hives for biodiversity
Audi Hungaria: Smart hives for biodiversity - 2021. 05. 20.
Audi Hungaria is committed to a more liveable, greener future, and is consistently progressing on the road to sustainability, considering the preservation of biodiversity a strategic objective. In this spirit, the Company (which has been carbon-neutral since 2020) has joined the "we4bee” initiative supported by the Audi Environmental Foundation, as part of which it has added a smart hive equipped with high-tech sensors to the apiary operating on the plant premises.
Audi Hungaria Supports The Hospital In Győr For The Fourth Time In The Fight Against The Coronavirus
Audi Hungaria Supports The Hospital In Győr For The Fourth Time In The Fight Against The Coronavirus - 2021. 05. 05.
• This time the company supports the health facility with almost 50 million HUF • So far the hospital has received a total of 200 million HUF of aid in the pandemic situation • Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: "In this challenging and extraordinary situation, help is of the utmost importance"
Audi Hungaria Expands Its Tool Shop
Audi Hungaria Expands Its Tool Shop - 2021. 05. 04.
• Larger production area and even more capacity for exclusive series production of the tool shop in Győr • Alfons Dintner, Chairman of the Board of Management of Audi Hungaria: "A decisive investment in the future of our company"
The Train Won't Wait: An Efficient Railway Control System at Audi Hungaria
The Train Won't Wait: An Efficient Railway Control System at Audi Hungaria - 2021. 04. 30.
Győr, 30 April 2021 - Audi Hungaria produces 750 cars and almost 8,000 engines per day. The supply of parts for production as well as the delivery of finished products is mostly carried out by rail. To make rail transport within the factory more efficient, Audi Hungaria uses the RAIL rail management system introduced in the Volkswagen Group.

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