Orgalim welcomes Siemens, Phoenix Contact and Amazon
15 December 2021
Three new members join Orgalim for Corporates
Today, three new companies join Orgalim, recognising the value for peer industrialists to work together on shaping Europe’s manufacturing future.
"Through Orgalim for Corporates, we aim to support Europe's technology manufacturers in leading the twin green and digital transitions", says Malte Lohan, Director General, Orgalim. "I am delighted to welcome Siemens, Phoenix Contact and Amazon to our ranks. Their membership further strengthens Orgalim’s capabilities to contribute constructively to the policymaking process, adding the insights and expertise of leading European innovators."
In today’s fast-moving disruptive environment, the most resilient and future-proof businesses know they need to step up and lead the agenda to innovate and influence the big strategic issues shaping the industry.
I am delighted to welcome Siemens, Phoenix Contact and Amazon. Their membership further strengthens our capabilities to contribute constructively to the policymaking process.
"In today’s context of rapid change and high stakes, it is crucial to develop a broad policy consensus on the priority issues at industry level", commented Frank Stührenberg, CEO Phoenix Contact. "We look forward to building on Orgalim’s wide network of membership and helping to unlock a greener and more prosperous future for Europe".
"We are delighted to join Orgalim", said Christiane Mann, Vice President Industry Affairs for Siemens Smart Infrastructure. "Industry and infrastructure remain Europe’s backbone for sustainable, inclusive growth and secure employment, and we look forward to jointly working with the European policy makers in driving the energy transition. A coordinated and determined approach is necessary for Europe to remain an attractive business location, deploying innovative manufacturing technologies. We look forward to working with Orgalim to shape Europe’s future in a world where digitalisation and globalisation drive sustainability. Siemens is committed to this goal and will actively contribute toward achieving it."
The three companies also join Orgalim’s Executive Forum for Advanced Manufacturing. The Executive Forum brings together both providers and users of advanced manufacturing technologies to help shape the industrial policy agenda for Europe. "Advanced manufacturing technologies are critical to unlocking the digital and green transition across all industrial ecosystems, and cementing Europe’s future industrial base", commented Mr Lohan. "These three leading companies will reinforce Orgalim's ability to impact the future of Europe and its manufacturing industry".