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EDAG – an overview

History

EDAG's registered office in the USA was founded in 1994. This subsidiary targets projects with all major OEMs as well as Tier 1 suppliers. The first office established was in Troy – Big Beaver Road, Michigan. Today we also have offices in Spartanburg, South Carolina and Chattanooga, Tennessee. We work very close with our affiliate BFFT in Belmont.

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1994
EDAG US founded in Troy – Big Beaver Road

1996
First GM Body Engineering Project – Saturn L Series

1997
50 employees are already employed by EDAG Inc. in the US

1998
Delphi becomes EDAG US customer

1999
EDAG Inc. has already 100 employees

2000
Hummer full vehicle program

2001
The growth path continues. EDAG Inc. has now 150 employees

2002
EDAG Inc. won the new program of the Pontiac Bonneville GXP from GM

2003
EDAG Inc. won its first non American OEM project – Mitsubishi PS41-L

2004
First powertrain and body project for Jeep SRT-8

2005
Hummer H3 program started

2006
EDAG Inc. sizes first more then 200 employees, first time participation at Detroit Motor Show

2008
The innovative Future Steel Vehicle project in cooperation with World Auto Steel was started

2009
Navistar Interior program started

2010
Fisker Karma as the largest program in body engineering and full vehicle development in the history of EDAG Inc. started successfully

2011
Corvette Exterior and Interior program started, entire updates for the vehicle content

2012
Carve out of FFT. New HQ for FFT in Greer, SC

2014
EDAG moves to its new location in Troy, MI

2015
NHTSA and EPA programs starting on regards of impacts for the CAFÉ 2025 regulations

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EDAG Inc. Management

 

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Jan Schulte

President / CEO
Cell.: +1 248 688 7735

jan.schulte[at]edag-us.com


Kai Uwe Salzmann

Vice President / CTO
Cell.: +1 248 786 1828

kai.uwe.salzmann[at]edag-us.com


Roger Baywol

Sr. Business Development Manager
Cell.: +1 248 238 1803

roger.baywol[at]edag-us.com


Wade Bridges

Sr. Program Manager
Cell.: +1 248 238 1574

wade.bridges[at]edag-us.com


Jay Colla

Director Electrics / Electronics
Cell.: +1 248 238 9986

jay.colla[at]edag-us.com

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Locations

 

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Customers

Our customers are our best reference.

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OEM

BMW of North America LLC
Chrysler LLC
Ford Motor Company
General Motors
Honda R&D Americas, Inc.
Nissan Techn. Center
Volkswagen Group of America

TIER 1

Bartech Group
Carcoustics USA, Inc.
Cascade Engineering
COAVIS USA, Inc.
DAA Draexlmaier Auto
Delphi Packard Electric
Eissmann Group Automotive
JAC Products, Inc.
Kay Automotive Graphics
Mubea Inc. MEC Mubea Engineering Center
NYX, Inc.
Pilkington North America Inc.
SABIC Innovative Plastics
Saint-Gobain Sekurit USA
SRG Global Inc.
Visscher-Caravelle N.A.

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Lucid
CODA Automotive, Inc.
KARMA
Faraday Future
Fisker Automotive Inc.

GOVERNMENTAL, UNIVERSITIES, DEFENSE

American Iron and Steel Institute
FEV Engine Technology, Inc. N.A. Tech Center
NACCO Materials Handling Group, Inc.
Navistar Defense, LLC.
Ogin, Inc.
Ricardo Inc.
Roland Berger LLC
Steel Market Development Institute (SMDI)
The Aluminum Association Inc.
Transport Canada Public Works a.Government Service Canada
U.S. Department of Transportation
USAMP -
WorldAutoSteel World Steel Association

COMMERCIAL

General Motors of Canada Oshawa Truck Assembly Plant
Proterra, Inc.
Utilimaster Corporation
Navistar

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