Daytime electric atmosphere of the French automotive industry. On Tuesday, October 26, companies in the sector gathered to discuss their major challenges. The electric-to-forced transition was not the only concern. During lively discussions, the equipment manufacturers raised questions about another short-term issue: managing component shortages in a concerted manner.
“The automobile sector is undoubtedly the only sector not to have regained its pre-crisis level of activity, introduced Luc Chatel, president of the Automotive Platform (PFA). The increases in the price of raw materials are unbearable and very difficult to pass on. They create tensions within our industry that I have never known. “
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