PolyOne's Automotive Innovation Forum at the Škoda Museum

PolyOne's Automotive Innovation…
More than 40 customers from the region's automotive industry joined experts from PolyOne on November 25, 2015 during the company's Automotive Innovation Forum at the Škoda Museum in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic. Attendees discussed with PolyOne how advanced polymer solutions could help them reach their goals for lightweighting, improving aesthetics and comfort, and managing car electrification.

Arne Leetz, head of body-in-white and trim at carmaker Škoda, opened the Forum with an insightful presentation on the challenges facing the automotive industry. "The Automotive Insight Forum was an excellent opportunity for PolyOne to engage with our guests from the transportation industry. With its displays of 125 years of local car manufacturing, the Škoda Museum proved an inspiring venue to discuss the state of the transportation industry today, the changes likely in the next years, and the ways that technologies developed by PolyOne can help manufacturers successfully manage those changes," commented Christoph Palm, general manager of PolyOne's Color & Additives business in Europe, who chaired the event.



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