Semcon’s and ESG’s German joint venture has received its first assignments for General Motors
Semcon and ESG set up a joint venture in August last year to provide competitive solutions for after market information to General Motors. It has now received its first assignment: to supply service instructions, labour times and illustrations to one of GM’s future vehicle platforms. The assignment will run until 2010.
“The confidence shown in us through this assignment demonstrates that our joint investment with ESG was right. It is also rewarding that we have received the assignment in the face of tough international competition,” says Johan Ekener, Vice President of Semcon’s business area Informatic.
“Most likely this is just the first in a range of assignments for GM. The fact, that in this assignment our joint resources in Germany, Sweden and the UK will be involved, demonstrates the attractiveness of our pan-European offer,” says Wolfgang Sczygiol, Head of ESG Automotive.
Semcon’s and ESG’s joint venture is a consortium (split 50/50) between Semcon and ESG. The joint venture is established to carry out project-based assignments for GM in the area of after market information.
For more information, please contact:
Johan Ekener, Vice President Semcon Informatic, tel +46 (0) 736 84 06 83 Wolfgang Sczygiol, Head of ESG Automotive, tel +49 (89) 92 16-28 04
Semcon Informatic is one of Semcon’s business areas that concentrates on information and communication solutions for market and after market players. Informatic has around 300 employees in Sweden, the UK, Hungary and China. Major customers include the Volvo Car Corporation, Volvo Parts, General Motors Europe, Jaguar and Land Rover, Nissan, Ericsson, Sony, Sony Ericsson and ABB.
ESG Elektroniksystem-und Logistik-GmbH
ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH develops and integrates electronics and software systems, maintains prototypes and series-production vehicles, provide process consulting and train personnel. The company, which has over 1,000 employees, attaches particular importance to transferring technology between different markets. In addition to the automobile industry, ESG is successful in the areas of aviation, IT and communication, telecommunications, and logistics services, among other.