New handling executive during Audi Hungaria: Peter Kössler to attain to Dr. h.c. Thomas Faustmann

Posted on 10. Jul, 2015 by in Audi Canada

Bringing profitable believe to new places, pity imagination and experience, and ceaselessly flourishing those resources – those are a reasons for a crew changes, settled Prof. Dr. Hubert Waltl, Audi Board of Management Member for Production and Chairman of a Supervisory Board of AUDI HUNGARIA MOTOR Kft. “We will usually sojourn mobile and able of relocating things brazen when we enhance a horizons and consider outward a box,” explained Waltl.

Waltl thanked Faustmann for his many years of use during Audi Hungaria and for his good grant to a successful growth of a site. “Faustmann has worked for a site in Hungary with huge commitment. During his duration of office, he has determined Audi Hungaria as a world’s biggest engine bureau with now approximately two million engines constructed any year. Furthermore, a site has duration turn a complicated car plant with full abyss of prolongation for a Audi TT Coupe and Audi TT Roadster, as good as for a Audi A3 Sedan and a A3 Cabriolet.” Faustmann oversaw a launches of those indication array and countless engine versions, as good as a enlargement of capacities and imagination in a areas of toolmaking and engine and car development. In addition, he has helped to rise a segment of Győr and a nation of Hungary as a plcae for industry. With pioneering initiatives, mild ventures and educational projects, he has so laid a foundations for a success of destiny generations.

On a destiny handling executive of Audi Hungaria, Waltl stated: “Like Peter Kössler, Thomas Faustmann has been during a Group for some-more than 20 years. In his prior positions in Ingolstadt – in sold as plant executive – he amassed a good store of believe and believe about Audi’s prolongation processes. In addition, he helped a Ingolstadt site to rise into a technologically heading plant in a Audi Group and into a second‑largest car plant in Europe.” 

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