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Kordsa CEO Ali Çalışkan: “Turkey is an important part of the automotive's global value chain”

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Haber Eklenme Tarihi : 27.08.2018 12:05:00

The transition to an emission-free era is one of the leading global trends in the automotive industry. Driverless cars will soon become a commercial reality.

Automotive industry is an essential engine of local and global economic growth. The global automotive market is on course to cross the 100 million units’ threshold in 2019. Turkey, today, is an important part of the global value chain of international OEMs, the 14th largest automotive manufacturer in the world and 5th largest in Europe.
The transition to an emission-free era is one of the leading global trends in the automotive industry. Driverless cars will soon become a commercial reality. Pay-as-you-go instead of ownership is becoming increasingly widespread in many areas. With the development of autonomous vehicle technology, vehicles will be constantly connected to each other, traffic factors and the outer world. No one knows the full scope and magnitude of the changes that are yet to come. However, they will alter current industry structures, business models, competitive dynamics. In order not to miss this wave, and to be among the leading global players, Turkey has to follow the course of the world, understand the needs of the market and respond to them rapidly by aiming to improve its R&D capabilities.
At Kordsa, we are aware that we may be on the threshold of change as great as any the industry has ever seen. New, lightweight materials enable automakers to reduce vehicle weight without sacrificing passenger safety. In this regard, we see composite as the material of the future. With an aim to lighten vehicles to achieve sustainable mobility and to enable low carbon emission, we develop fabrics and prepregs for visual and structural parts at the Composite Technologies Center of Excellence, which is an innovation hub that serves stakeholders throughout the different stages of the R&D cycle depending on the customer’s requirements, from basic research and prototyping to mass production.  At our R&D center in Center, we have achieved an innovation that will increase production speed in automotive industry. With our new resin technology, we reduced the curing time to 3 minutes. Its fast curing cycle, preforming and hot de-moldable nature are especially optimized for mass production at automotive industry. We will continue to develop sustainable, environmentally friendly technologies that increase productivity.
Kaynak:
http://www.eulerhermes.com/economic-research/publications/Pages/automotive-global-sector-report-2018.aspx?postID=1349
http://www.invest.gov.tr/en-us/sectors/Pages/Automotive.aspx
https://www.pwc.com.tr/automotive

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