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MEYLE Receives Top 100 Innovation Award

MEYLE received the Top 100 Innovation Award for the first time.

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Bestowed with a Top 100 Innovation Award earlier this year, MEYLE was spotlighted at the official award ceremony that took place in Ludwigsburg via a digital presentation on November 26.

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In earning this award, the Hamburg-based manufacturer is considered one of the most innovative companies in the German SME sector, says the company.

Ranga Yogeshwar, who has been affiliated with the innovation competition as a mentor for 10 years, made the award presentations. “True innovators are constantly changing, reinventing themselves and coming up with surprising solutions,” said Yogeshwar, praising the achievements of the Top 100 companies. “During the Corona crisis, for example, they identified opportunities and came up with innovative processes in record time,” he said.

MEYLE received the Top 100 Innovation Award for the first time. “Awards such as the Top 100 award encourage us to continue and consistently pursue our path of strengthening the independent aftermarket with innovative, sustainable and digital solutions,” said Dr. Karl-J. Gaertner, CEO of MEYLE AG. 

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In the future, MEYLE says it intends to stick to its digitalization and innovation claim. Last year, it already scored points with individual digital offerings, such as online training for workshop employees, digital customer visits and an online-based event offering as an alternative to the Automechanika industry trade fair.

In addition, just a few months ago, MEYLE scored with the interactive MEYLE Exhibition, an exclusive trade fair experience for MEYLE customers and partners from the independent aftermarket.

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