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Automotive manufacturers and suppliers recognize EWI as the leading North American authority on materials joining and applied technologies for the transportation industry. Our engineers continue to push the envelope, helping OEMs and automotive suppliers meet rising demands for stronger, lighter materials, increased safety, lower fuel emissions, higher productivity, and reduced costs through manufacturing technology innovation.

EWI’s extensive work with next-generation high strength steels (AHSS), advanced welding and joining technologies, advanced non-destructive evaluation and testing, modeling and simulation, and emerging heavy fabrication technologies such as hot forming gives our customers an upper hand in today’s highly competitive market.

Contact Mark Yadach, Automotive Market Manager, at myadach@ewi.org or 248.921.5838, to find out how EWI is helping auto manufacturers and suppliers use technology innovation to become more competitive.

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