VDMA Executive Director Thilo Brodtmann explains what the mechanical and plant engineering sector expects from politics and explains how the VDMA intends to introduce its core demands and issues in the context of the Bundestag elections.
The 2021 federal election will be thematically determined by the measures to combat corona. The machinery and plant engineering industry is also concerned with quickly getting out of crisis mode. The joint task of politics and industry is: How do we shape the economic world in the post-pandemic era?
The Hannover Messe Digital Edition will take place from 12-16 April. Hartmut Rauen, Deputy Managing Director of the VDMA, explains in an interview, why it is worth going online and which topics the mechanical engineering sector is focusing on this year.
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