Newsletter registration

By using our website, you are agreeing to cookies being stored and Google Analytics being used on your device in order to offer the best possible service. You can find more information on thishere.
Austria.
Where Your Profits Grow Sky High.

Great Wall Motors is building a research center in Austria

Great Wall Motors car at show © Great Wall Motors

The company is building its first research and development center outside of China in Kottingbrunn, Lower Austria. The group will invest about EUR 20 million over the next three years. 150 employees will be responsible for further developing electric drives in Austria. They will particularly focus on drive components such as electric engines, power electronics and special software for electric-powered and hybrid vehicles.

The Great Wall Motors Company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Baoding in the Chinese province of Hebei. The company employs more than 82,000 people across the globe. In 2016 it manufactured 1.2 million vehicles. It owns the brands Great Wall, Haval and Wey.

 

Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Share on Linkedin

Testimonials

Events

Meet us at events, seminars and trade shows - worldwide.

  • 17. Mittelstandstag FrankfurtRheinMain

    07.11.2019, Frankfurt on the Main, Germany

  • MEDICA 2019

    18.11.- 21.11. 2019, Dusseldorf, Germany, Germany

Austria Map

Find the perfect location for your company

We are lucky to benefit from a lot of reserach incentives here in Austria. We are very proud to be here as Austria is an ideal location for research.

TachoEASY Austria

Logo
More testimonials

news from the business location Austria

Siemens: New robot welding plant in Graz

Siemens Mobility has put a new robot-controlled frame welding facility into operation in Graz.

Austria on track to implement the mobility of the future

Recently the first autonomous or self-driving bus was put into operation in Vienna, and the first autonomous air taxi in Austria should be ready for series production by 2020. It seems that the mobility of the future has long begun in the Alpine Republic. This is, last but not least, evidence of the ideal conditions which innovative companies benefit from here.

More news All blog posts