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7/9/2019

Episode 26: Achim Fischereder, Hexcel

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Achim Fischereder, director of sales and marketing for the automotive business segment at Hexcel, discusses the state of composites in cars and trucks today and the outlook for the future.

Hexcel's Achim Fischereder on composite use in cars and trucks today and the future of composites in automotive.

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In this episode of CWTalks, CW editor-in-chief Jeff Sloan interviews Achim Fischereder, director of sales and marketing for the automotive business segment at Hexcel (Stamford, Conn., U.S.).

Fischereder has been at Hexcel for almost eight years, working almost exclusively on the automotive side of the business. In this podcast he discusses composite use in cars and trucks today, the future of composites in automotive, and what the composite industry needs to keep in mind as it considers car consumers.

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