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20.02.2014 | Photo
Dr. Hubert Waltl to be new Board of Management Member for Production at AUDI AG
In the picture: Dr. Frank Dreves. At his own request, Dr. Frank Dreves stepped down from the Board of Management of AUDI AG and retired as of March 31, 2014.
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10.02.2014 | Photo
Special shifts at Audi
Due to strong demand for the model series produced in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, Audi arranged for special shifts to be worked right at the beginning of the year. That makes a total of 33 additional s
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10.02.2014 | Photo
Special shifts at Audi
Due to strong demand for the model series produced in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm, Audi arranged for special shifts to be worked right at the beginning of the year. That makes a total of 33 additional s
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05.02.2014 | Photo
New machinery for Audi’s Toolmaking:
The milling machine reaches speeds of up to 24,000 revolutions per minute. It can process components with a maximum size of 5.5 square meters.


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05.02.2014 | Photo
New machinery for Audi’s Toolmaking:
The milling machine can process components with a maximum size of 5.5 square meters. The milling head can be swiveled around five axes and allows extremely precise processing of the individual compone
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05.02.2014 | Photo
New machinery for Audi’s Toolmaking:
The hydraulic press (right) and the servo-mechanical press (left) ensure more precision when new tools are tested. Particularly impressive: The closing force of the servo-mechanical testing press of 2
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05.02.2014 | Photo
New machinery for Audi’s Toolmaking:
The milling machine reaches speeds of up to 24,000 revolutions per minute. It processes the tools extremely dynamically and precisely.


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05.02.2014 | Photo
New machinery for Audi’s Toolmaking
From left to right: Dr. Frank Dreves, Board of Management Member for Production at Audi, Peter Mosch, Chairman of Audi’s Group Labor Council, and Michael Breme, Head of Toolmaking at Audi, inaugurated
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19.12.2013 | Photo
20 years of group work at Audi
AUDI AG already introduced group work in production in 1993. Since then, Audi employees work independently in groups, are responsible for their units and are integrated into change processes. The conc
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19.12.2013 | Photo
20 years of group work at Audi
AUDI AG already introduced group work in production in 1993. Since then, Audi employees work independently in groups, are responsible for their units and are integrated into change processes. The conc
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20.11.2013 | Photo
“We for us. Active into the future” – Audi sharpens its focus on ergonomics
An Audi employee demonstrates the next-generation ergonomic assembly seat at the Ergonomics Days. The seat can be moved into the car’s interior to allow screws to be tightened more comfortably. It imp
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20.11.2013 | Photo
“We for us. Active into the future” – Audi sharpens its focus on ergonomics
At Audi’s Ergonomics Days in Ingolstadt, employees were able to find out about innovative solutions designed to make their work easier and also gained useful information on Audi’s ergonomics strategy.
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20.11.2013 | Photo
“We for us. Active into the future” – Audi sharpens its focus on ergonomics
At Audi’s Ergonomics Days in Ingolstadt, an Audi employee demonstrates the ergonomically correct way to use a cordless electric screwdriver. The employees learn how to avoid stresses on the body by me
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20.11.2013 | Photo
“We for us. Active into the future” – Audi sharpens its focus on ergonomics
An Audi-employee moves the armrest of an office chair into the correct position. The subject of office ergonomics played an important part during the Ergonomics Days at Audi in Ingolstadt.


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