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Massimo Bergami

Massimo Bergami

Professor and Dean, Bologna Business School

Professor of Organizational Behavior and Dean, Bologna Business School.

Events

14:30 | 16:00 - CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF THE ITALIAN CAR AND MOBILITY CHAIN; TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF PRODUCT, RESCURISCING, SHORT SUPPLY CHAIN, REGIONAL GLOBALIZATION, SERVITIZATION

Moderator: Gianluca Pellegrini, QuattroRuote Director 

Abstract: The challenge has been known for some time now. According to the objectives of the European Community, it is necessary to proceed with the electrification of new cars (we are talking about ending ICE engines from 2035) guaranteeing adequate recharging facilities, adequate assistance, maintenance and repair services, promoting a more sustainable mobility also through forms of short-term, long-term renting that are more flexible and that contain the delta cost of the electric product vs the traditional product. Clearly, this technological transformation of use involves an extremely important impact on employment for components and systems in progressive phase-out and new investments in R&D and production for new components and systems.

For a fairly long period, we have been in product scarcity, with higher new and used prices without discounts, and an adjustment in the logic of aiming for important results: aiming at volume rather than mass production, also due to the crises concerning semiconductors, raw materials, and logistics, etc.

 

Talk “Automotive and aftermarket: The evolution of the supply chain also in the light of servitization”


Panelist

- Marco Bonometti, President Gruppo OMR
- Giorgio Marsiaj, President Turin Industrial Union, President Sabelt
- Paolo Scudieri, President ANFIA
- Angelo Sticchi Damiani, President ACI
- Renzo Servadei, CEO Autopromotec