Coupled to future
ET Polymers|October - November 2020
Continental and system supplier aft automotive are setting up a joint venture to manufacture couplings made of high-performance plastics for the future of mobility.

Continental and aft automotive are setting up a joint venture to manufacture couplings made of high-performance plastics for the future of mobility. The partners have signed a relevant agreement to create a 50/50 joint venture. The two companies have already been jointly developing special couplings that connect the cooling circuit or the turbocharger/charge-air cooler with units in the engine compartment since 2016. This successful development partnership is now being further expanded by setting up a joint venture.

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