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21.10.2019
The VDMA coordinates the activities of more than 26 working groups, which define a common, cross-sector language between machines and plants in the form of "OPC UA Companion Specifications".
21.10.2019
The European emission reduction goals, ratified in the Paris agreement, require major CO2 emission reductions from the transportation sector. However, there appears to be little or no consensus about the best solution for achieving these goals.
21.10.2019
In August, incoming orders in the food processing and packaging machinery sector fell by 17 percent in real terms compared with the previous year. Orders from Germany fell by 11 percent and from abroad by 18 percent.
21.10.2019
About 130 of the most important manufacturers of textile machinery and accessories from all sectors of the trade are affiliated within the VDMA Textile Machinery Association. The largest parts of the companies are medium-sized firms and stand for approximately 90 percent of the entire sector volume. In 2018, the branch produced textile machinery worth more than 3.5 billion euros.
21.10.2019
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21.10.2019
Zwei Redner, drei wichtige Themen: Zur Eröffnung des Deutschen Maschinenbau-Gipfels 2019 in Berlin sprachen VDMA-Präsident Carl Martin Welcker und Bundeskanzlerin Dr. Angela Merkel über das Klimapaket der Bundesregierung, über Freihandel in der Welt sowie über Bürokratieabbau. Sehen Sie im Video die jeweiligen Passagen aus den beiden Reden.
15.10.2019
A rapid economic upswing is not in sight for the mechanical engineering industry, but companies are using difficult times to get in shape. A trade agreement between the USA and China would bring a noticeable tailwind.
14.10.2019
Hartmut Rauen, stellv. VDMA-Hauptgeschäftsführer erklärt, wie der VDMA seine Mitglieder beim Thema 5G unterstützt.
04.10.2019
Economic and political risks are clouding the order situation of mechanical engineering companies in Germany. Orders from Germany and abroad declined significantly.