• Harting Automotive wins Volkswagen Group Award 2020

    HARTING Automotive wins Volkswagen Group Award 2020

    on 07/15/2020 at 20:38

    HARTING Automotive wins Volkswagen Group Award 2020

    HARTING Automotive has won the Volkswagen Group Award 2020 in the “E-Mobility” category. The award by Volkswagen Group recognizes the exceptional achievements and innovative prowess with which HARTING Automotive contributes to the success of Volkswagen AG, as stated in the certificate of thanks.

    The award praised the company’s proactive, rapid and targeted actions in the volatile electromobility sector, stating that HARTING Automotive reacts to short-term volume fluctuations and unplanned additional needs flexibly and in partnership. The congratulatory certificate further stated that HARTING Automotive’s broad spectrum of charging cables ensured the cross-brand/cross-plant supply of the Mode 3 charging cable. Volkswagen AG added that HARTING Automotive was an important and reliable component of the VW supply chain.

    “We’re extremely pleased with the award. My thanks go out to the entire HARTING Automotive team, which has consistently kept customers in focus in these difficult times as well,” said Marco Grinblats, Managing Director HARTING Automotive.

    Growing demand for E-mobility solutions

    HARTING Automotive has long been at home in the supplier industry and is registering a strong increase in demand for e-mobility solutions. As a pioneer for reliable, clean and environmentally friendly e-mobility, HARTING Automotive offers tailor-made solutions and components for all relevant markets, as well as developing and producing charging equipment for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.
    The subsidiary supplies e.g. charging solutions for Volkswagen’s modular E-drive matrix (MEB), the Audi e-tron and the Porsche Taycan. The HARTING Technology Group boasts decades of experience in the field of connection and transmission technology for data, signals and power, and was among the first to recognize growing environmental awareness among the public with respect to vehicle traffic, as well as the associated challenges and opportunities.
    About HARTING:

    The HARTING Technology Group is a leading global supplier of industrial connection technology for the three lifelines data, signal and power with 14 production facilities and 44 sales companies worldwide. In addition, the company also manufactures checkout zones for retail, electromagnetic actuators for automotive and industrial series production, charging equipment for electric vehicles, and hardware and software for customers and applications in automation technology, mechanical and plant engineering, robotics and transportation, among others. Around 5, 300 employees generated sales of 750 million euros in 2018/19. Founded on September 1st, 1945, the company is celebrating its 75th anniversary at many trade fairs and events this year.