WEIQIAO Germany GmbH represented the Weiqiao Group at the Global Lightweight Summit

WEIQIAO Germany GmbH represented the Weiqiao Group at the Global Lightweight Summit

Düsseldorf, 09.10.2021

On October 09, 2021, Mr. Owen Chen, technology director of Weiqiao’s R&D department, highlighted the challenges China is currently facing with the so-called “carbon peak” at the Global Lightweight Summit, as China is expecting CO2 emissions to peak by 2030. Furthermore, he introduced China’s lightweight development in the context of carbon neutrality and offered a glimpse into Weiqiao’s rapidly developing lightweight sector, which is on its way to becoming the strongest domestic automotive lightweight system solution provider by 2025.

The Technologietag Leichtbau, organized by Leichtbau BW GmbH, is an annual event that is considered one of the most important cross-industry platforms for the lightweight solution community. In addition to the numerous opportunities to expand one’s professional network, Technologietag Leichtbau focuses on the latest technological developments. The Technologietag Leichtbau 2021 was held for the first time as an international Global Lightweight Summit with keynotes, presentations and discussions by lightweight experts from China, Europe and Canada.

WEIQIAO Germany GmbH is a European subsidiary and European headquarters of the Chinese Shandong Weiqiao Pioneering Group. The group includes three listed companies, two of which are listed in Hong Kong, 12 domestic and foreign production sites and over 100,000 employees worldwide. The group covers the complete value chain of the textile and aluminum industry.

 

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