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03/17/22
Ingolstadt/Neckarsulm
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Audi at the Neckarsulm site

Audi at the Neckarsulm site
Audi at the Neckarsulm site

The Audi Neckarsulm site has been manufacturing cars for over 100 years. Driven by innovative ideas, passion, and the pursuit of perfection, the site has developed from its beginnings as a knitting machine workshop to a modern car manufacturer. AUDI AG is one of the largest employers in the Heilbronn-Franken economic region. 15,614 people work here for the Mobility of the Future.

Current model series at location: Audi A4, Audi A5 Cabriolet, Audi A6, Audi A7, Audi A8, Audi R8, Audi e-tron GT

Recent Press Releases

03/31/22
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From gamer to game-changer: Apply now at Audi for traineeships with perspective

Whether it's IT specialist, mechatronics technician or digitalization management assistant (m/f/d): Audi offers exciting training opportunities for young talents. To coincide with tomorrow's start of applications for the 2023 training year, school students can find interesting insights into jobs with perspective at audi.com/deineZukunft. From April 5, they can also find out about careers that are in-demand at the Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites at the digital event format "#stream&chat".
12/15/21
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How Audi uses artificial intelligence in production

A pilot project being conducted at Audi’s Neckarsulm site is using artificial intelligence to control the quality of spot welds in high-volume production. The solution is being advanced together with Siemens and Amazon Web Services as part of the Volkswagen Group’s Industrial Cloud, and is set to be rolled out at other locations.
12/10/21
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Audi supporting 42Heilbronn and 42Wolfsburg programming schools

Audi is donating nearly one million euros to the 42Heilbronn and 42Wolfsburg programming schools. The funds will go toward a four-year scholarship program at the privately funded, nonprofit IT schools. In doing so, the company is strengthening the regional educational environments for the digital transformation of the German automotive industry and an innovative vocational training program. In addition, the scholarships give financially and socially disadvantaged students the opportunity to receive highly qualified training in professional fields of the future.
12/03/21
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Audi’s 2021 Best Apprentices

The valedictorians from the Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm locations, Sabrina Scharlach and Florentin Richter, are among the best trainees in the entire Volkswagen Group. They have now received the Best Apprentice award, which Volkswagen grants annually. It is a sign of grateful appreciation for trainees who promote transformation through their performance and commitment.
10/27/21
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Audi is establishing a high-voltage battery development at the Neckarsulm site (Key statements)

Audi is expanding its development of high-voltage batteries and banking on the Neckarsulm location for that. With that strategic decision, technical development will be intensified for the future and Neckarsulm will become a center of competency for a key electromobility technology. Additionally, a battery center for testing high-voltage storage technologies will go into operation by 2023. Further proof that Audi is transforming its locations and setting the course for the age of electric mobility.
10/27/21
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Audi is establishing a high-voltage battery development at the Neckarsulm site

Audi is expanding its development of high-voltage batteries and banking on the Neckarsulm location for that. With that strategic decision, technical development will be intensified for the future and Neckarsulm will become a center of competency for a key electromobility technology. Employees will be trained for that by the end of 2020. In order to specialize in the field of high-voltage batteries, Audi will offer its employees in the Neckarsulm Technical Development unit various advanced training opportunities in the coming years. Audi is already developing high-voltage batteries for plug-in hybrids (PHEV) in Neckarsulm. Now, development of complete high-voltage battery portfolios for fully electric vehicles is being predominantly settled at that location and gradually expanded for that purpose. Additionally, a battery center for testing high-voltage storage technologies will go into operation by 2023.
09/27/21
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Audi Volunteer Day 2021, digital and analog: employees help in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm

Renovation work in social welfare institutions, excursions for people with impairments – and, for the first time, digital workshops like language learning: more than 250 Audi employees, including Board members, plant managers, and members of the Works Council, have engaged in around 50 projects during their free time in support of social welfare institutions at both German locations in Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm.
09/23/21
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Employees shape transformation: Digital qualification at Audi continues to pick up speed

“Digital Shift”, a future-oriented pilot project that aims to transform the workforce, has been launched at Audi site at Neckarsulm. The project gives employees the opportunity to qualify for future jobs in Digital Production. An unconventional recruiting concept puts the focus on interests instead of qualifications. This qualification initiative will serve as the blueprint for additional pilot projects. Under the project name “Digital Future”, IT-minded employees at the Ingolstadt site will also have the opportunity to upgrade their qualifications.
09/10/21
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Vocational training at Audi: launching the careers of tomorrow

This fall, 694 vocational trainees and 42 cooperative education students will take the first step toward launching their careers at Audi’s Ingolstadt and Neckarsulm sites. Thanks to customized training content, the digital transformation is starting right at the beginning of their professional activities – just like in 2020, for example, young people are once again entering training programs to become “IT specialists specializing in digital connectivity.” As such, AUDI AG is offering highly attractive prospects in technological fields of the future in the area of vocational training as well. In this context, the company is not only placing a strong focus on digitalization with respect to the subject matter, but also in the way it is being taught. Under the company’s new labor-management agreement on remote learning, for example, trainees can spend up to 20 percent of their training program learning remotely via mobile devices.
08/27/21
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Upcycling at Audi: a new lease on life for packaging

A new pilot project being implemented at Audi’s Neckarsulm site, among other initiatives, highlights just how important the sustainable use of resources is to the company. At this location, Audi produces 3D-printed assembly aids for vehicle production – and as of recently, from waste that is generated right there on site. These assembly aids are not only made of recycled material, they also promote ergonomic and safe work processes and are tailored precisely to the requirements of the employees. As such, the project is helping the company achieve the objectives of its cross-site environmental program “Mission:Zero.”
07/26/21
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“Climate change affects us all“ – What Audi Neckarsulm is doing to protect the environment

Business success is inextricably linked with assuming social responsibility. The brand with the four rings is convinced of this and operates accordingly. In this interview, Fred Schulze, plant manager at Audi’s Neckarsulm site, and Achim Diehlmann, head of corporate environmental protection at the site, talk about sustainability as an engine driving change and their responsibility to the community and nature as the largest industrial company in the region.
07/26/21
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Mission:Zero – Audi in Neckarsulm is shaping the future of production, consistently and sustainably

As the largest industrial company in the region, the Audi site in Neckarsulm is committed to meeting its responsibility to the community and nature. The site is implementing numerous measures as part of the “Mission:Zero” environmental program launched in 2019, thereby playing an important role in making automotive production as environmentally friendly and resource-efficient as possible and avoiding carbon emissions and waste. At the Böllinger Höfe sports car production facility, the Audi e-tron GT* is already being manufactured net carbon-neutralthanks to the exclusive use of green power and heat from renewable sources. The goal is to achieve net carbon-neutrality from all production processes at the entire Neckarsulm site by 2025.
With its expertise in small-series and volume production, the Neckarsulm plant is one of Europe’s most complex and boasts some of the greatest product variety of all VW Group locations. The site is also playing a leadership role in the VW Group’s future-oriented projects for digital production and logistics and is constantly transforming into a smart factory.
Audi offers its employees a modern work environment, space for innovation, and diverse possibilities for individual development with attractive salaries and a high level of job security. Audi employees are actively helping to shape future topics such as electric mobility and digitalization. The corporate values of appreciation, openness, trust, and integrity are a mainstay of the company’s culture.
Mission:Zero is the Audi environmental program for consistently sustainable production All activities and measures for reducing our ecological footprint at Audi sites worldwide in administration, production, and logistics are bundled here. The focus is on Audi’s key fields of activity in decarbonization, water use, resource efficiency, and biodiversity. One key objective is to achieve net carbon-neutral production locations by 2025.
1873 Christian Schmidt and Heinrich Stoll establish a workshop for the production of knitting machines in Riedlingen on the Danube.
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