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Tesla Grohmann Automation

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Tesla Grohmann Automation GmbH
Formerly
Grohmann Engineering GmbH (1963–2017)
Subsidiary
IndustryEngineering
Founded1963; 56 years ago (1963)
FounderKlaus Grohmann
Headquarters,
Germany
Key people
  • Lothar Thommes[1]
  • Michael Meens[1]
  • Stephan Werkman[1]
  • Susan Repo[1]
  • Marc Cerda[1]
Number of employees
800 (2017)
ParentTesla, Inc. (2017–present)
Websiteteslagrohmannautomation.de

Tesla Grohmann Automation GmbH (formerly Grohmann Engineering GmbH) is a German engineering company based in Prüm in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The company operates a development center in Neutraubling, as well as support offices in Chandler, Arizona, and Shanghai.[2] The company was founded in 1963 by Klaus Grohman and acquired by Tesla, Inc. in January 2017.

Although the company makes cars, it is primarily a technology company. The product portfolio includes machinery for the production of microprocessors and memory chips, airbag sensors and power steering controllers, as well as systems for the production of door and roof seals, lithium-ion battery cells and modules. Among other things, the company manufactures robotics that are used in the battery and electronics production for Tesla, Inc. at its Gigafactory 1.[3]

The firm works closely with universities within dual track studies of Mechanical Engineering and Robotic Process Automation.[4] In addition, it provides training in the field of Technical Product Design, Industrial Mechanics, CNC Operation, Construction Technology, IT, Mechatronics and Industrial Electronic Technology.[5]

History

Grohmann Engineering was founded by Klaus Grohmann in 1963.[6] In November 2016, the company's stakeholders (including the Deutsche Beteiligungs AG [de], which owned 25%) agreed to sell the company to American automotive company Tesla Motors.[6] The company had 700 employees at the time.[6] The deal was completed on 3 January 2017, at which point the company employed 800 people.[7]

In April 2017, founder Klaus Grohmann left the company due to a dispute with Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Musk demanded the company halt production for competitors, such as BMW and Daimler AG, to focus on the Model 3.[8]

By discontinuing business relations with all customers except Tesla, the company's union was concerned with wage levels and with jobs in the long term if electric cars did not have the expected success.[9] Tesla then offered Grohmann employees 150 euros a month[clarification needed] and employee stock options worth $10,000 with a payout over the following four years, as well as a cash payment of 1000 euros.[clarification needed] Tesla did not comment on the required collective agreement.[10] In October 2017, the company agreed with union representatives on a competitive pay structure. According to the chairman of the works council, the future remuneration was at the level of the collective agreement valid for the industry.[11]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Impressum". Tesla Grohmann Automation (in German).
  2. ^ "Contact". Tesla Grohmann Automation.
  3. ^ Intel Honors 16 Companies with Preferred Quality Supplier Award, March 2010
  4. ^ Dual-track University-level studies at Tesla Grohmann Automation, March 2018
  5. ^ Tesla Grohmann Automation Apprenticeship, March 2018
  6. ^ a b c McGee, Patrick; Campbell, Peter (8 November 2017). "Tesla buys German engineer for European expansion". Financial Times.
  7. ^ "Übernahme von Grohmann durch Tesla abgeschlossen". Welt. 18 January 2017.
  8. ^ Tesla's Klaus Grohmann ousted after clash with CEO Musk Reuters, April 2017
  9. ^ Tesla-Mitarbeiter drohen mit Streik, Golem, April 2017
  10. ^ Tarifstreit mit Tesla: IG Metall setzt bei Grohmann auf Kompromiss, April 2017
  11. ^ Deutschland: Tesla einigt sich auf deutliche Gehaltssteigerung, September 2017

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