Henkel to host vehicle lightweighting luncheon with Center for Automotive Research during SAE World Congress PR Newswire Apr. 10 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration guest speaker to address safety implications of vehicle lightweighting Every aspect of today's vehicle is being re-examined to meet 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025. The introduction of light weight materials will play a key role in that endeavor. Henkel and the Center for Automotive Research will explore technology advancements, safety implications and cost concerns during an SAE World Congress luncheon. What: SAE World Congress luncheon Roadmap to 2025: Challenges and Opportunities in Vehicle Lightweighting Who: oGuest speaker James Tamm, chief, Fuel Economy Division, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration oChuck Evans, senior vice president and general manager, Henkel Corporation oDr. Jay Baron, president and CEO, Center for Automotive Research oRajat Agarwal, director, Global Product Development and Innovation, Automotive, Aerospace, Metals Industries, Henkel Corporation When: 12 – 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Where: M2-30, Cobo Center, Detroit, Michigan Contact: Carrie Cioffi Marketing Communications Manager Henkel O: 248-589-4640 C: 248-840-6879 email@example.com /PRNewswire -- April 10, 2013/ SOURCE Henkel
Henkel to host vehicle lightweighting luncheon with Center for Automotive Research during SAE World Congress
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