CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio—The automotive industry not only survived all that 2020 had to throw at it, it came out stronger, wiser and better prepared for the challenges ahead.
And there are challenges ahead as the impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic linger.
At 2 p.m. EDT March 23, Bruce Meyer, Rubber & Plastics News editor, and Managing Editor Erin Pustay Beaven will host "One year later: How COVID-19 changed the auto industry," a discussion about where the auto industry has been and where it's going. Along with a group of panelists from around the industry, they'll explore what trends are emerging with technology and business, and take a look at what challenges are left to tackle.
Joining the discussion as panelists are:
- Patrick Clark, vice president and chief global manufacturing officer for Cooper Standard Automotive Inc.;
- Kristin Dziczek, vice president of industry, labor and economics at the Center for Automotive Research;
- Mike Jackson, executive director of strategy and research at the Original Equipment Suppliers Association; and
- Matt Portu, president of Freudenberg NOK Sealing Technologies' North American operations.
There is no cost to attend the Livestream event, but registration is required. Those who register also will have access to an archived recording at the conclusion of the program.
For more details or register visit rubbernews.com/live/auto.