GROB-WERKE had enjoyed initial success at the CWIEME electromobility exhibitions in Shanghai and Berlin last year, while it was still in partnership with its subsidiary, DMG meccanica.
CWIEME (Coil Winding, Insulation and Electrical Manufacturing Exhibition) is the world's largest leading electromobility exhibition. It is held every year and is also represented in the American and Asian regions through its partner exhibitions, such as CWIEME Shanghai and CWIEME Chicago. Attracting over 750 exhibitors, the importance of this leading trade show in the field of electromobility was once again in evidence from June 19 to 21. GROB showcased its wide range of services in various winding processes and different stators on over 72 m² (86 square yards) of exhibition space.
By taking over the Italian DMG meccanica and through a wide range of electromobility solutions developed in-house, GROB has devised wide-ranging, high-quality solutions over the past three years which are suitable for series production in the areas of electric motor production, battery cells (assembly), battery modules and battery packs, as well as fuel cell assembly. These production machines and systems, which have completely been newly developed, are capable of covering the entire value chain in electromobility, making GROB-WERKE the leading systems supplier in electromobility.
With that in mind, involvement in the CWIEME in Berlin mattered greatly to GROB. “CWIEME in Berlin is a great platform for unveiling our product innovations and solutions for the automotive industry,” explained Christian Rühlemann, GROB Group Manager for Electromobility following the event. “Communicating directly with customers and visitors, we demonstrated our new developments, exchanged ideas, made new contacts and consolidated existing relationships. And the best thing of all, the feedback from our customers and visitors was extremely positive.”