AFG Meeting 18th of May 2012

We are pleased to invite you to another CAN'T MISS EVENT....with Peter Wolf, Managing Director of BMW Manufacturing Thailand. He will present status and vision for BMW in Thailand and introduce the Automotive Working Group at the EABC (European Asean Business Centre):

Date: Friday, May 18th, 2012
Registration: 5.00 PM
Presentation: 5.30 PM - 6.30 PM

Location: Marriott Pattaya, Beach Road

Please click on YES or NO  NOW, so we can reserve your seat at this interesting event.
Peter Wolf

Part 1: BMW Manufacturing Thailand Today and Tomorrow
– BMW in Thailand und ASEAN
– View to AEC 2015 (Asean Economic Community)
Part 2: European ASEAN Business Centre EABC Automotive Working Group
– EABC Background
– Members
– Position Papers
– Timeline
– Participation for AFG & members

Speaker: Peter Wolf 
Peter Wolf assumed his position at BMW Manufacturing (Thailand) on 1 July 2010. Mr. Wolf (53) has been working with BMW Group for nearly 25 years. Before joining BMW Manufacturing Thailand, he served in the position of Managing Director of BMW Fahrzeugtechnik Eisenach GmbH (or 'BMW Plant Eisenach') in Germany. In addition, he had extensive experience in various areas of production, technology and logistics. In his current  position, he is responsible for managing the overall business for BMW Manufacturing Thailand, or so-called BMW Plant Rayong – assembling BMW automobiles to supply to BMW Group Thailand for domestic sales, as well as export to other BMW subsidiaries in the ASEAN region.
Networking: After the presentation, AFG Members are invited to join a combined AMCHAM/AUSTCHAM/BCCT networking session sponsored by DANA and VISTEON at member rates (400 Baht instead of 800 Baht).

NOTE: We will have our 5th Anniversary Celebration & as a 'stand-alone' Function in June 2012. We had to move the event from the 25th due to a schedule conflict with the annual AMCHAM golf tournament.


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