Watch: How Volkswagen is charging an electric revolution in its supply chain

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As Volkswagen Group gears up to manufacture 1.5m EVs per year by 2025, it is transforming its supply chain. Danny Auerswald, who leads the carmaker’s all-electric factory in Dresden, explains how Volkswagen is transforming plants and logistics to meet its electric and sustainability targets during Automotive Logistics and Supply Chain ...

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Danny Auerswald, plant manager at the Transparent Factory Dresden details the investments, strategy, technology and processes that Volkswagen is implementing to produce a new generation of electric vehicles on its MEB architecture, including Volkswagen ID.3 at the plant in Dresden, Germany, which was Volkswagen’s first all-electric factory.

He speaks to Christopher Ludwig, editor-in-chief at Automotive Logistics and Ultima Media

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