Η Audi ανακοίνωσε σήμερα ότι κατασκεύασε 10.000.000 Audi 80 και Audi A4 από το 1972 που κατασκευάζεται το μοντέλο. Παρόν στην εκδήλωση ήταν ο Martin Tomczyk, ο πρόσφατα πρωταθλητής στο DTM και το αφεντικό της Audi Motorsport Wolfgang Ullrich. Η Audi δηλώνει ότι τον Σεπτέμβριο, οι πωλήσεις των αυτοκινήτων της αυξήθηκαν κατά 17.2%, αφού πούλησε 972.000 αυτοκίνητα. Περισσότερες λεπτομέρειες μπορείς να βρεις στο δελτίο τύπου που ακολουθεί.
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Martin Tomczyk Audi and staff celebrate 10 million Audi A4 80/Audi
- Ingrid Seehars “mission statement, develop good work ‘.”
- Ulf Berkenhagen “course for another record year”
- Bavaria DGB leader Matthias Jena: “No low wages to white and blue!”
The Audi works council chairman Peter Mosch presented in the staff meeting pair of Audi’s success stories. The event was the presentation of the 10-millionth vehicle from the Audi A4 model series 80-/Audi. Since 1972, the model is built and developed. Currently in its eighth series. 7000 Audi employees celebrate the anniversary of the unveiling of the vehicle by the plant manager Peter Kössler. Another highlight of the staff meeting inspired the Audi workforce: Martin Tomczyk, freshly baked DTM champion, was the acclaimed surprise guest. Together with Audi Motorsport chief Dr. Wolfgang Ullrich, he accepted the congratulations of his colleagues for winning the Audi DTM.
Ingrid Seehars, a member of the Operating Committee made clear in the report of the Works, the importance of the mission statement “good work” for all Audi employees. As an important future topics Seehars called the takeover of all trainees after the training, improving the balance between family and career, and the optimization of the transport infrastructure around the Audi factory premises.
Seehars called on all employees to participate again this year at the Audi’s Christmas donation. Thus, regional charities, social organizations and initiatives, such as the Pre-Christmas in the good heart of the Donau Kurier supported.
Ulf Berkenhagen, Audi Board Member for Procurement, stressed to the staff at the plant in Ingolstadt, the signals that represent a new record year for Audi Green: “Deliveries to customers worldwide by the end of September rose by 17.2 percent to 972 000 vehicles. So we are well above budget and staying on course for another record year. “It has succeeded, despite the natural and nuclear disaster in Japan and in spite of economic emergency situations to quickly react to changing situations. This enabled the supply and supply can be maintained. Berkenhagen thanked the entire staff of Audi: “For such high performance even in extreme situations and the cohesion of the Audi team we can be justly proud!”
As a guest at the staff meeting said Matthias Jena, chairman of the DGB in Bavaria, on the situation of workers to male and female employees in the state. He called the fight against the growing insecurity of employment and temporary work. Jena: “It must finally be an end to white-blue low wages. Those who work, it must also be able to feed themselves and their families. “