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the most efficient powertrain solutions for electrified vehicles. For over 40 years we have been
focusing on rapid improvement of the overall vehicle efficiency, boosting performance and
sustainability with electrified technologies, while utilising cutting-edge development strategies,
methods, and tools.
REWITEC develops, produces and markets innovative oil and grease additives that have a protective and repairing effect on metal surfaces. In addition to surface protection, the technology also reduces friction and therefore temperature in gears, bearings and combustion engines. In this way, the efficiency and service life of the components are significantly increased.
We are experts in high efficiency mechatronic clutch designs, electrified torque management systems, advanced metal-forming, powdered metallurgy, soft magnetic composites, precision-bearing components, and engineering and manufacturing.
In fact, Idemitsu pioneered the original 0W-20 engine oil found in many vehicles on the road today. We’re on the cutting edge of low-viscosity oil development. As automakers look for ways to improve fuel economy and decrease emissions, we work with them to provide the best solutions possible – especially for advanced hybrids or those equipped with “stop-start” technology.
in assembly and functional test systems. With corporate headquarters in Freiberg, Germany, teamtechnik focuses on developing and building special-purpose automation equipment in the field of e-mobility, medical technology and new energy. Founded in 1976, teamtechnik has established multiple design and manufacturing sites globally including Germany, China and the USA.
We’re offering both. How about you?
ECONAMIQ is a company of levelheaded forward thinkers,
introducing reliable breakthroughs to the transport and energy sector.
We love conventional technologies and unconventional solutions.
We set off to inject new energy into the combustion engine.
Resulting today in the introduction of an industry friendly revolution,
allowing for 20 percent greater fuel efficiency.
Car makers and battery manufacturers have been greatly impressed by the performance of this TotalEnergies-developed technology, but a number of question marks mean there are no plans to mass-market it, in the short-term at least.