MAHLE displays vision for the future and hosts free technical training at ReMaTec

  • 27 May, 2019
  • ReMaTec

Amsterdam, 27 May 2019 - At ReMaTec 2019, held from 23 – 25 June in RAI Amsterdam, Christoph Dutschke takes us along MAHLE’s vision on the future of Combustion Engines, Hybrid Vehicles, Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Fuel Cells. With a free workshop for mechanics on engine damage prevention during maintenance, service and installation, MAHLE takes their vision to the present on the ReMaTec show floor.

In a year that circular economy – of which remanufacturing is a key part – gains mainstream recognition with the industry looking for contributions to a more sustainable world, ReMaTec monitors what’s cooking in the Remanufacturing world. MAHLE - specialist of driving systems for cars, trucks, off-highway, agriculture and industrial engines - uses a dual strategy and is working on different concepts on creating components, using new technology and optimising the whole drive system.

MAHLE – dual strategy reducing emissions
There are different concepts of driving systems because at this moment it is not clear what the future scenario will be. Dual strategy of MAHLE accounts for different scenarios by developing and producing components for future drive systems – whatever it will be.

Revision specialists and technicians welcome
Niels Klarenbeek, Director of ReMaTec explains, "Today's technology is what is being offered tomorrow in the remanufacturing world. At ReMaTec, we are keen to give remanufacturing companies insight into future developments. That is why we are very pleased to have MAHLE present a keynote, sharing their knowledge in the form of workshops for remanufacturing specialists and technicians. It is a prestigious brand and their knowledge is freely accessible at ReMaTec 2019.”

Workshop on engine damage prevention
Remanufacturing specialists and technicians are invited to come to ReMaTec and participate in the MAHLE workshop for engine damage prevention. The workshop includes the assessment of damage to combustion engine components and parts, common causes of failure and damage, diagnostic options and measurements, failure prevention during maintenance, service and installation. They close the workshop with a fun knowledge quiz!

Amsterdam: reman hotspot
More information about attending the MAHLE keynote on Sunday, June 23 at 13:00 hours in RAI Amsterdam and their workshops on Monday, 24 June and Tuesday 25 June during ReMaTec 2019 can be found at www.rematec.com/amsterdam. The industry is invited to visit the trade event using the invitation code REM510035 and to register at www.rematec.com/register for a free 3-day access pass.