ZF Friedrichshafen AG expands its E-Mobility division with new buildings and locations. Recently, the technology company opened a new building for administration, R&D, and sales at the divisional headquarters in Schweinfurt. In Pančevo near the Serbian capital of Belgrade, a new plant for electric drives will go into operation next week.
“The demand for electric driveline solutions has grown enormously,” said Michael Hankel, Member of the Board of Management of ZF with responsibility for areas such as E-Mobility and Corporate Production. “This is why we have invested heavily in this division, creating attractive employment opportunities and increased production capacity. With electromobility, ZF is paving the way for next generation mobility solutions and contributing to a reduction in worldwide vehicle emissions.” Electromobility, Vehicle Motion Control, fully automated driving, and integrated safety are the four technology pillars that support ZF’s “Next Generation Mobility” strategy.
Member of the Board of Management of ZF Michael Hankel said: “We want to offer our customers outstanding technology solutions. Being successful in the long term requires cost leadership as well as technology leadership. We can achieve these targets through the high degree of commitment shown by our employees and with our global production network. This gives us a balanced presence in different regions, which in turn allows us to be close to our customers and create competitive cost structures.”