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Platform and Modular Concepts at Volkswagen — Their Effects on the Assembly Process

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Transforming Automobile Assembly

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Platform and modular concepts as adopted by Volkswagen are future-oriented strategies for enhancing the range from the customer viewpoint, and at the same time they are the basis for the technical and organizational implementation of a marketing philosophy adjusted to customer requirements.

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Wilhelm, B. (1997). Platform and Modular Concepts at Volkswagen — Their Effects on the Assembly Process. In: Shimokawa, K., Jürgens, U., Fujimoto, T. (eds) Transforming Automobile Assembly. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-60374-7_12

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