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DENSO addresses the future of mobility and North American auto manufacturing at Management Briefing Seminars

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Next week, automotive and transportation leaders will gather at the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) Management Briefing Seminars. Executives from automakers and suppliers, financial sector leaders, academia, and labor and government officials will roadmap the future of auto manufacturing and sales in North America, addressing topics ranging from new manufacturing strategies to connected and automated cars.
DENSO has stepped up its presence this year, and will participate in a panel focusing on navigating manufacturing and sales strategies in a future of connected vehicles. Denise Carlson, vice president of DENSO’s North American Production Innovation Center will discuss a looming paradigm shift impacting production and sales, and the potential impact on automakers and suppliers across the continent.
DENSO will also sponsor this year’s event. Doug Patton, executive vice president of Engineering, and Terry Helgesen, senior vice president of Government Affairs, will also be available for interviews on-site, among other DENSO executives.
Panel Discussion: The North American Market: Sales and Production Footprint
WHEN: Tuesday, August 1, 2017, 8 a.m.-Noon ET
WHERE: Grand Traverse Resort & Spa
100 Grand Traverse Village Blvd.
Acme, Mich. 49610
WHO: Denise Carlson, vice president, NAPIC planning, NAPIC material engineering groups DENSO International America, Inc.
WHAT: ‘The North American Market: Sales and Production Footprint’ panel will feature automotive experts who will discuss and explore the many factors – both economic and legislative – that influence North American vehicle sales and production trends.
WHY: U.S. light vehicle sales grew for a record seven consecutive years between 2009 and 2016. The growth rate for both sales and production, however, has recently been slowing. During this period, the North American production footprint has undergone change in response to numerous influences, and the panelists will examine strategies to excel in this evolving automotive landscape.

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