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Talking e-mobility: How to make electric vehicles safer and more sustainable in the future


Delivering on Clariant's purpose »Greater chemistry - between people and planet.«
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The wave of e-mobility is all around, reshaping the industry and presenting it with ever new challenges: How can we replace metal with high performance polymer materials to gain lightweight and increase the distance range? And how can these polymer materials meet the special safety and sustainability requirements of e-mobility? Not only today, but also in the future?

As the performances required by the automotive industry will be constantly changing, the challenge is to develop materials which comply with the technical and environmental requirements, 20 or 25 years down the road. For example, in terms of flame-retardant solutions or long-term heat aging. This becomes particularly challenging when using new materials with organic or recycled content. In such cases, good partnerships can be the key to success and accelerate the market launch of new products.

With its expertise and experience in the field of engineering plastics and advanced textile solutions, RadiciGroup is a leading supplier in this area. We are therefore particularly pleased that Antonio Nerone, Electrical and Electronic Market Development Manager at RadiciGroup, visited us in Switzerland and shared his expert knowledge with Laurentiu Pestritu, Head of Brand Owner Management at Clariant. Join the conversation and stay tuned!

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Laurentiu Pestritu

Laurentiu Pestritu

Head of Brand Owner Management

Antonio Nerone

Antonio Nerone

E&E Market Development
RadiciGroup High Performance Polymers

RadiciGroup's diversified businesses operate worldwide, focusing – among others – on High Performance Polymers and meeting the needs of diverse applications like automotive, electronics, industrial or consumer goods.

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