The German Chamber of Commerce
in North China
(Shenyang Office) cordially invites our members to an exclusive plant tour at Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Dalian) Co., Ltd.
on April 17, 2018
In Dalian, Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (VWATD)
builds transmission systems
for the Chinese market. Since the production started in January 2010, VWATD has produced transmission for 18 popular car models of the Volkswagen, Audi and Škoda brands in China. The main product of VWATD is the 7-speed dual clutch transmission DSG DQ200
which combines the advantages of manual and automatic shifting, creating a highly efficient bundle of economy, performance, smooth handling and driving pleasure. VWATD also produces the AVS cam shaft
in their Dalian plant, a driving component of the newest generation EA888 engine that fuses maximum driving comfort with optimized fuel consumption.
This exclusive plant tour will give the participants insights into the latest production technologies of the Volkswagen Group as well as recent developments and challenges in the car industry. Furthermore, the special conditions of the production facilities in VWATD will be explained.
For those who have an interest in the automotive industry please join us on this site visit to get an idea about the production strategy of Volkswagen in Dalian. This tour is a rare opportunity to get “behind the scenes access”, allowing participants to have a first-hand look at the leading technology of Volkswagen and to discuss the future of the Chinese car industry with experts from VWATD.Language:
Mr. Oliver Stitou
, General Manager, Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Dalian) Co., Ltd.Ms. Ursula Schulte
, Deputy General Manager, Volkswagen Automatic Transmission (Dalian) Co., Ltd.Agenda:
Please click hereFee:
Admission free! (includes lunch at the staff canteen)Please note:
This is a “members only
” event and the total number of participants is limited, max. 2 participants per company. First come, first serve.Registration:
Please register here
(... is mandatory and will be closed today
on April 13th
! )Plant Access/Parking:
If you arrive by company or own car, please park in the outside parking area. Access will be through Gate 2 (main gate).