Entertainment car supplier: Eberspächer: In ten years at least 60 percent of sales without combustion
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Almost 90 percent of its turnover made the exhaust technology specialist Eberspächer last parts for internal combustion engines. That wants to change the company. The change to electrical applications should even bring a sales plus.
The car supplier Eberspächer wants to become independent of cars with internal combustion engine. At ten years, at least 60 percent of sales should be independent of the burner. This said Martin Peters, managing partner of the family business, the economic week. Finally, in 2020, 89 percent of the 4.9 billion euros turnover of products for cars with internal combustion engine. Eberspächer is the world's third largest producer of exhaust gas technology.
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Sales amounts to 5.5 to 6 billion euros. "That will be more real turnover - and what we lose in the burner, we will compensate with electrical applications," Peters said. The products with potential he includes electrical vehicle heaters for electric vehicles, air conditioning systems for e-buses, battery management systems and vehicle electronics. He also has "big doubts, whether the battery is the cleanest alternative," says Peters. His company therefore deals with synthetic fuels, hydrogen and the hydrogen engine, which could be powered by trucks. Already "2025 45 percent of sales will be independent of the car burner". That sees Peters already on order intake today.
His exhaust division has outgrowed Eberspächer under the name of Pureem. Although it is still 100 percent to the group, but can act legally independently. "We have opened the opportunity to join with a partner without having to participate in the rest of Eberspächer," says Peters.
"The death of the combustion is still far away," says Peters - and refers to growth markets like India, where there will be no good infrastructure for E cars. In 2032, Peters said, up to 70 percent of the world's sold cars in some form would contain an internal combustion engine, such as in hybrid vehicles.
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