Adient Announces Strategic Partnership with EnerTech Capital

Adient Partners with EnerTech Capital

The new partnership will expand Adient’s insights into mobility technologies and solutions for vehicles of tomorrow.

Adient, a global provider of automotive seating, has announced a strategic partnership with EnerTech Capital, a venture capital firm focused on emerging technologies and business models in the mobility space.

According to Adient, this partnership will provide the company with significant opportunities to benefit from insights into trends in mobility and gives the company curated access to high-tech companies focused on automotive technologies that can help enhance its products and operations.

Adient will leverage EnerTech’s significant global mobility network, which includes the California Mobility Center (CMC). The CMC can help to identify new opportunities or start-up companies aiming to advance innovation in product, process and systems technologies supporting electrification and other new mobility initiatives.

“As a leader in automotive seating, we are always looking for ways to meet the emerging needs of our customers. This strategic partnership will allow us to continue to offer state-of-the art solutions for the vehicles of tomorrow, expanding our expertise and insight into EVs, NEVs and other future mobility trends,” said Doug Del Grosso, president and CEO of Adient.

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