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Order intake in Bavarian mechanical engineering November 2018
Incoming orders in the Bavarian machinery and plant construction industry was 17 percent up on the previous year in real terms in November 2018. Domestic business recorded an increase of 3 percent. Foreign business improved by 23 per cent, announced the VDMA Bavaria.
Guide Work 4.0
The preparation of the guideline work 4.0 is part of the project "Industry 4.0 - Data based change in medium-sized businesses". The project is managed by the VDMA Bavaria and is supported by public funds of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy.
Guideline Artificial Intelligence
The compilation of the guide on artificial intelligence was carried out as part of the project "Industry 4.0 - Data-based change in medium-sized companies". The project is managed by the VDMA Bavaria and is supported by public funds of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy.
Press release virtual annual press conference VDMA Bavaria"Corona pandemic hits Bavarian mechanical engineering industry with full force
The Corona pandemic is hitting the export-strong Bavarian mechanical and plant engineering industry with full force. In a recent VDMA survey, 70 percent of the companies report serious declines in incoming orders. "There has never been such a crisis before. Its duration and consequences are therefore difficult to assess at present. Uncertainty and the lack of investment are placing a heavy burden on the Bavarian mechanical and plant engineering industry," explains Claudia Haimer, Chairwoman of the Board of Directors of VDMA Bavaria at the Annual Press Conference 2020.
Bavaria needs clever support programmes instead of selective purchase premiums
Claudia Haimer, Chairwoman of the VDMA Bavaria, explains the debate on the support of individual branches of industry during the crisis:

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Corona virus: Current VDMA information
The VDMA is closely monitoring the developments around the corona virus and has provided VDMA members with topic-specific information on legal and insurance-related issues.
Tougher order situation in the Bavarian mechanical and plant engineering industry
According to a quick survey by the VDMA, the proportion of companies in the Bavarian mechanical and plant engineering sector whose operations are impaired was 98% in mid-April.
Corona crisis: support for companies in the Free State of Bavaria
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Incoming orders in the Bavarian machinery and plant construction industry was 17 percent up on the previous year in real terms in November 2018. Domestic business recorded an increase of 3 percent. Foreign business improved by 23 per cent, announced the VDMA Bavaria.
Claudia Haimer, Chairwoman of the VDMA Bavaria, explains the debate on the support of individual branches of industry during the crisis:
Companies are already feeling the effects of the economic downturn. Global political uncertainties are further weakening Bavaria's export-driven mechanical engineering sector. Reducing bureaucracy is a must to ensure competitiveness. In order to tackle digitization, infrastructure must fit.
15.10.2018
"The historic result of the state elections speaks for itself. For the CSU, it is obviously no longer enough to refer to the good status quo in Bavaria," explained Claudia Haimer, chairwoman of the VDMA Bavaria following the state elections in Bavaria.
Munich, 27.09.2018 - "Up to now, the Bavarian state election campaign has lacked a focus on the topics of medium-sized industrial companies. This has changed in yesterday's debate", commented Elgar Straub, Managing Director of the VDMA Bavarian State Association, on the duel between Ludwig Hartmann of the Greens and Minister President Markus Söder of the CSU.
Claudia Haimer, managing director and founder of HAIMER GmbH in Igenhausen, previously deputy chairwoman of VDMA Bavaria, was elected new chairwoman of the board of directors of VDMA Bavaria on March 9, 2018.
Munich, January 31, 2018 - VDMA Bavaria Managing Director Elgar Straub criticizes the 24-hour warning strikes of IG Metall:
Munich, January 17, 2018 - At the end of the exploratory talks between the CSU, CDU and SPD and the CSU cloister, Elgar Straub, Managing Director of the VDMA State Association of Bavaria, sums up: "That's not enough! The parties have agreed on the lowest common denominator in the exploratory talks. Disagreements are already getting the mood for future government action. Especially the CSU should reconsider one or the other position.
Patrizia Stalla
Patrizia Stalla
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Elgar Straub
Elgar Straub
Managing Director VDMA Bavaria
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Fabian Schaefer
Fabian Schaefer
Consultant
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Andreas Estner
Andreas Estner
Consultant Marketing and Mittelstand 4.0
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Daniela Ferreira Álvares Kassner
Daniela Ferreira Álvares Kassner
Project Assistant Industrie 4.0
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Michael Schalk
Michael Schalk
Project Manager Industrie 4.0
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