New Chairman of the Board at Audi Hungaria
Michael Breme is set to take over from Alfons Dintner as chairman of the board at Audi Hungaria on February 1, according to an announcement posted on the company's website.
Breme is currently head of Platform and Module Management in Ingolstadt. In this position, he is responsible for the future-oriented planning and implementation of platform and module management. "Michael Breme has more than 20 years of experience in the Audi production world. In his previous positions, he has already contributed to the development of the production site in Győr. As chairman of the board of management of Audi Hungaria, he will further strengthen the strategic management of the company and thus Győr's role in the Audi Group's global production network," said Gerd Walker, member of the board of management of Audi AG responsible for production and logistics. Breme will take over the role from Alfons Dintner.
"Alfons Dintner has defined the success of the Audi and Volkswagen Group through his 40 years of work at several international production sites. Under his leadership, Audi Hungaria has expanded its portfolio by providing competence-oriented services to the entire Volkswagen Group. Under his leadership, the production of electric motors in Győr was further expanded and the company's competitiveness was strengthened by the integration of the Cupra brand into vehicle production," said Walker in praise of Dintner
After studying materials science at the RWTH Aachen University of Technology in Aachen, Germany, Breme, an engineer by training, began his career as a production planner in the areas of Body Chassis/Structure Planning and Foreign Production Sites at Audi AG. From 2009, Breme was head of Audi Tooling and was responsible for the Tooling Factories in Ingolstadt, Neckarsulm and Győr, as well as for the Audi Tooling Barcelona and Audi Tooling Beijing sites. Breme then became head of Production and Factory Planning at Audi AG in 2016. In this position, he was responsible for the production-side design of all vehicle projects for the Audi brand and for the design and implementation of the factory structure for Audi production sites worldwide.
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