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Forum on european automotive industry in Lille Region a hit

08 Jul 2015 | Mobility, A region on the move

Over 200 attendees and 30 international experts gathered in Lille to discuss the future of mobility at the second edition of FEAL, one of France’s leading events for the automotive industry.

Forum on european automotive industry in Lille Region

Tomorrow’s mobility today

FEAL is a must-attend event for France’s automotive industry—a forum where automakers, equipment manufacturers and buyers can come together to share their insights on industry trends, their strategies and their vision to create the future of mobility. This year’s FEAL2 conference, the second in the series, was dedicated to the theme “Factory for Future Mobility.”

International perspective

Over 30 international experts explored the outlook for the automotive sector at FEAL2, and industry newcomers such as BlaBlaCar and Autolib’ debated key issues with representatives of leading automakers and equipment manufacturers including Renault, PSA Peugeot Citroën, Faurecia, Plastic Omnium and Grupo Antolin.

The program also included sessions on four essential themes: mobility, the factory of the future, tomorrow’s vehicles and new materials.

Why you need to attend FEAL3 in 2017

 

  • Learn about the latest trends shaping the auto industry—globalization, socio-economic changes, technology and eco-issues
  • Exchange views and ideas with experts
  • Share best practices 
  • Make new business contacts

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