“Patrick Danau is an gifted executive, he is entirely proficient with a operation of a Brussels plant from his many years of knowledge there,” settled Dr. Hubert Waltl, Audi’s Board of Management Member for Production and Chairman of a Advisory Board of Audi Brussels. “He will pledge that a successful expansion of a Brussels plant will be continued.”
Thomas Sigi, Board of Management Member for Human Resources and Labor Relations Director during AUDI AG as good as Member of a Advisory Board of Audi Brussels, emphasized: “Patrick Danau is a famous consultant in production. We are gay to have him on house a government group in Brussels.”
Danau complicated electro-mechanical engineering during a Hoger Technical Institute Sint-Antonius, in Ghent, Belgium, where he was born. He started his career in a public dialect of a Brussels plant in 1978. From 1982 until 1984, he was obliged for prolongation during a VW plant in Uitenhage in South Africa. After that, he hold comparison positions in formulation and public during a Brussels plant until 2006. Subsequently, he was Head of Production during a VW plant in Emden, Germany; after he was obliged for a technical government of Auto 5000 and afterwards eliminated to a VW plant in Pamplona, Spain, during initial as Director for Production and as Managing Director as of 2011.
Hubert Waltl thanked Gerhard Schneider for his joining and successful activities during Audi Brussels. He settled that Schneider had successfully stretched a Brussels plant and that Audi Brussels now had good coherence in a prolongation ramp-ups. He total that with a A1 family*, supplemented by a Audi S1* and Audi S1 Sportback*, a Brussels plant was an critical component in a Audi expansion strategy.
* Fuel expenditure and CO2 emissions of a models mentioned:
Fuel expenditure total in liters per 100 kilometers: 7.3 – 3.8;
CO2 emissions total in grams per kilometer: 168 – 99
Fuel expenditure total in liters per 100 kilometers: 7.2 – 7.0;
CO2 emissions total in grams per kilometer: 166 – 162
Audi S1 Sportback:
Fuel expenditure total in liters per 100 kilometers: 7.3 – 7.1;
CO2 emissions total in grams per kilometer: 168 – 166