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  • Doing good brings us together


    In a joint interview, Dr. Stefan Wolf, CEO of ElringKlinger, and Dieter Hauswirth, Chairman of the Lechler Foundation, discussed the continued focus on Paul Lechler’s values, current joint projects, and future collaboration between the automotive supplier and the foundation.

  • Turning up the pressure


    A new technology is ready for serial production at ElringKlinger. Thanks to an inno­vative hydroforming process combined with thermoplastic injection-molding, metals in cockpit carriers can now be replaced by plastic-metal hybrids. The first production lines have already commenced operations for one of Germany's premium manufacturers in China and Canada. 

  • Fully auto­matic


    The global market for automatic transmissions is growing. By acquiring the US family-run company M&W in 2015, ElringKlinger has significantly increased its share of the market for transmission control plates. Further expansion in this fast-growing business will require not only complementary technology, but also an exemplary process of integration.

Insights

"Insights" is the chance for you to explore ElringKlinger from a new perspective and discover the true diversity of our company. The reports on offer will provide you with an insight into the Group, the latest products/technologies and ElringKlinger's team of employees. The focus is on exciting stories centered around some of the latest trends and topics, underpinned by high-quality photographs as well as informative charts and graphics. Interested? Take a closer look and get to know the magnificent world of ElringKlinger.

Doing good brings us together

Beyond boundaries

In step

konnichiwa

Turning up the pressure

Fully auto­matic

Tailwind

Pure dedication

Purchasing headquarters

Climate summit

Age of enlightenment

Hot ideas

Molding the future

Autonomy

Poetry of motion

High-ranking visitors from the US

Cars and drive systems – which way are we heading?

Light­weight plastic com­ponents for car body.

Staying mobile in the face of climate change