June 27 - 28 2019 Hôtel Majestic Barrière - Cannes - France

SURCAR CANNES CONGRESS 2019 Countdown

SURCAR EUROPEAN CONGRESS

The International Conference on Automotive Body Finishing since 1964

Committee Members

Gilbert  Lotito

SAMES-KREMLIN
Automotive, Key Accounts & Systems Global Director

Chris  GLOBE

JAGUAR LAND ROVER
Senior Manager, Paint & Plant Engineering Advance Manufacturing Engineering

Jürgen STIEGLER

BMW
Head of Paint Department

William  BRUAT

PPG
Technical Director Automotive Coatings EMEA

Manfred  HOLZMUELLER

HENKEL 
Regional Steering Unit Head OEM Assembly Automotive & Metals Industries, Europe

Tony  RUSSELL

ABB
Global Head of Paint Automation

Christophe  GRUAT

PSA PEUGEOT CITROEN
Paint, Materials and Process Manager

Anne-Catherine BASSET

RENAULT NISSAN MITSUBISHI
Paint and Plastics Process Engineering - General Manager

Takashi  SUZUKI

TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION
Project General Manager, Paint & Finishing Design Department., Material Engineering Division

Ralf  DUNKEL

MAGNA STEYR
General Manager Business Unit Painted Body

Thomas  HEUSSER

AUDI
Head of Technology Development Materials and Process Engineering

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SURCAR CANNES CONGRESS 2019

This 30th edition of CANNES CONGRESS (June 27-28, 2019) will be the milestone event focusing on the Renaissance of Car Body Paint and Process and tracing the evolution of production line since Henry Ford to Human-Machine cooperation.

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SURCAR DETROIT #CONNECT 2019

Emphasizing networking and knowledge sharing, the SURCAR Connect (June 11-12, 2019) is a prominent gathering with enjoyable activities that strength our North American Car Body Finishing Community, support Detroit local causes.

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SURCAR SHANGHAI CONGRESS 2020

In April 2020, SURCAR will organize its 5th Asia Congress in Shanghai. The two-day international congress will focus on the latest information about World Wide Technical developments and innovation, taking into account Car Body Finishing Industry’s perspective in Asia-Pacific.

Industry News

German engineering firm IAV pleads guilty in VW emissions scandal

18 January 2019 21:21 - Autonews

German engineering company IAV, which is co-owned by Volkswagen, pleaded guilty to a felony count of conspiracy in a U.S. court for its role in helping VW to develop the defeat device software needed to temporarily alter the performance of its so-called clean diesel engines....

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PSA begins 3-cylinder engine production in former GM plant in Poland

18 January 2019 19:59 - Autonews

PSA has started production of three-cylinder gasoline engines at its plant in Tychy, Poland....

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VW may extend $10,200 diesel incentive across Germany

18 January 2019 18:16 - Autonews

VW is examining whether to extend trade-in incentives to owners of older vehicles in all of Germany, extending the program beyond the 15 most heavily polluted cities. The company would pay up to 9,000 euros ($10,200) per car....

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Climate protection plans could threaten unlimited speeds on Germany?s autobahns

18 January 2019 15:08 - Autonews

The days of unlimited speeding on Germany's famously fast autobahns could be over if the government adopts a series of draft proposals on climate protection put forward by its committee on the future of transport....

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Why the car is no longer the ticket to freedom

18 January 2019 12:22 - Autonews

Automotive entrepreneur Henrik Fisker says automakers have to decide whether they will be part of a dwindling market for new cars or accelerate their push to become mobility providers so that they can continue to play a role in moving people....

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Jaguar I-Pace tops December sales in the Netherlands

18 January 2019 12:15 - Autonews

The Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV was the best-selling car in the Netherlands in December as buyers scrambled to get ahead of a tax change for premium EVs. The figure was astonishing because of Jaguar's low profile in the market....

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Renault's 2018 sales rise 3% on China, Africa, Russia and Brazil demand

18 January 2019 11:50 - Autonews

Renault said its vehicle sales rose 3.2 percent last year, boosted by demand in China, Russia and Brazil. The company expects growth in 2019 to be "slight" and it has no plans to stockpile vehicles in preparation for Britain's exit from the EU in March, sales chief Olivier Murguet said....

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Michelin CEO clears hurdle on path to replace Ghosn at Renault

18 January 2019 10:57 - Autonews

Michelin CEO Jean-Dominique Senard is the frontrunner to replace Carlos Ghosn atop Renault. Supporters say Senard's auto industry experience suggests he would be capable of sustaining the Renault-Nissan alliance that was strained by Ghosn’s arrest....

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