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04.04.2014 | Press Release
Audi Brussels: change in the management as of May 1
Patrick Danau (58) will succeed to Gerhard Schneider (52) as of May 1. He will take over the positions of General Director for Production, Technology and Logistics and Spokesperson of the Management.
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04.04.2014 | Photo
Change in the management of Audi Brussels as of May 1:
Patrick Danau (58, see photo) is to succeed Gerhard Schneider (52) as General Director for Production, Technology and Logistics and as Spokesperson of the Management.
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11.03.2014 | Basic Information
AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V.
Europe’s capital city is the ideal production site for the smallest member of the Audi family: Last year, Audi Brussels produced 120,520 units of the Audi A1* model.
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11.03.2014 | Photo
Annual Press Conference 2014
Audi Brussels plant
Final inspection of the Audi A1 Sportback

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11.03.2014 | Photo
Annual Press Conference 2014
Audi Brussels plant
Installation of the seats for the Audi A1 Sportback

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12.03.2013 | Photo
Annual Press Conference 2013
Audi location Brussels, Belgium
fitting the seats Audi A1 Sportback

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20.06.2012 | Photo
Five years of Audi Brussels
Brussels, June 8, 2012 – Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo joined Frank Dreves, Member of the Board of Management of AUDI AG for Production and Chairman of the Audi Brussels Board of Administration, and Gerhard Schneider, General Director of Audi Brussels, for a tour of the tradition-laden plant to celebrate five years of Audi Brussels. Acquired by Audi in May 2007, the plant has been gradually modernized. Audi has so far invested €410 million in the site, where more than 400,000 cars have rolled off the assembly lines in the last five years. The anniversary celebration also provided the setting for the official start of production of the Audi A1 quattro. The model is the third A1 derivative and limited to 333 units. In addition, the Ministers of Education of the two language communities signed the contracts for the “Dual Track” training program. A pilot project will see two selected technical schools in Belgium offer this form of training beginning in September of this year.
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08.03.2011 | Web Video
AUDI BRUSSELS S.A./N.V. - Production
Duration of video: 01:00 min.
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