Mühldorf am Inn, October 20, 2016 – ODU, the specialist in electrical connector technology, showcased its expertise in the development of connector solutions at the eCarTec trade fair 2016 in Munich. ODU contacts are used in a variety of different ways, from built-in connectors in vehicles right through to special contacts in charger plugs. The four contact types ODU SPRINGTAC, ODU LAMTAC, ODU TURNTAC and ODU STAMPTAC have varying product features and properties and therefore offer different advantages for each application in which they are installed. ODU concentrates on developing new products tailored to specific applications and focuses on working hand in hand with the customers. "We pursued selected leads and invested quality time in conversations and negotiations," said Richard Espertshuber, Global Business Development Manager eMobility at ODU, summing up the event. "Our expertise in technology and development is best demonstrated through face-to-face contact. We are looking forward to working on new projects in the future." For further information about the company, the contact technology and the full product range, please visit www.odu.de
ODU Group: global representation with perfect connections.
The ODU Group is one of the world’s leading suppliers of connector systems, employing 1,650 people around the world. In addition to its company headquarters in Mühldorf am Inn (Germany), ODU also has an international production and distribution network throughout Europe, North and South America and Asia. ODU combines all relevant areas of expertise and key technologies including design and development, machine tool and special machine construction, injection, stamping, turning, surface technology, assembly and cable assembly. The ODU Group sells its products globally through its eight subsidiaries in Denmark, England, France, Italy, Sweden, the US, China and Japan, as well as through numerous international sales partners. ODU connectors ensure a reliable transmission of power, signals, data and media for a variety of demanding applications including medical technology, military and security, eMobility, energy, industrial electronics, and measurement and testing.