As part of the big corporate party at Interlaken Airport, Amag CEO Helmut Ruhl informed …
Amag is expecting around 8000 guests this weekend at Interlaken PE Airport. With a large Luna Park and an attractive entertainment program with many concerts, Amag celebrates a great company party with its employees and their families. Amag CEO Helmut Ruhl (52) sums up the “big break”: “Thank you and motivation in somewhat challenging times for all of our employees.”
At the same time, it provides information about other new activities. In this way, Amag continues its new motto of “We’re Going Forward” with business. Since electronic cars need electricity – and people in Switzerland and Europe are wondering where that electricity comes from, the Amag Group is pooling its energy, charging, and electric vehicle ecosystem development into the new Amag Energy & Mobility business region. One of the areas of the new business district aims to produce electricity for the electronic cars themselves. For this purpose and to support the sustainability strategies of fleet and corporate customers, Amag Leasing is donating CHF 100 million to fund additional photovoltaic and charging systems.
Moving to e-mobility requires a rethink
“The shift towards electric mobility requires a rethink as well,” says Helmut Röll, CEO of Amag. “Last year we launched many initiatives. The task now is to further accelerate the implementation. With CHF100 million, we also support other companies on their way to achieving their sustainability goals. »
By 2025, the Amag Group will install around 2,000 charging stations at its locations across Switzerland. Of these, more than 400 will be open to the public. In the past two months, Amag Parking AG has opened the Utoquai and Kongress freight house in Zurich and offers freight locations there with a monthly subscription. Preparatory work is currently underway for a charging station in the car park of the exhibition center – “in total, there are about 150 additional charging stations for the city of Zurich,” according to Helmut Ruhl.
However, Amag is less in the spending mood when it comes to new car prices. When we asked if it had to be adjusted downward due to the current strength of the Swiss franc, the Amag boss looked at us in shock and replied in bewilderment: “We have inflation!” Shortly after the celebration, he adds: “Due to the high prices, the prices of our new cars will rise slightly less than those in neighboring countries.”
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