About us

The GEDIA Automotive Group develops and manufactures car body press parts and welding components for the automotive industry, as well as chassis components.

With eight production plants in Germany, China, Hungary, India, Mexico, Poland, Spain and the USA as well as joint ventures, the Automotive Group is an internationally operating and expanding company.

Furthermore, GEDIA is an associate partner of research and development companies.

Currently, GEDIA has more than 4.000 employees worldwide and about 850 GEDIA employees are occupied in Attendorn.

Products and services

  1. Extrusion-stamping parts including thread to increase tensile strength by forming process and increased durability performance by avoiding welding processes

  2. Cost optimized front bumper

  3. Different stamping parts out of BIW

Address
GEDIA Automotive Group
Roentgenstr. 2–4
57439 Attendorn
Germany

Phone: +49 2722 6910
Internet: www.gedia.com
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Contact person

Amitabh Mathur
CEO
Phone: +91 7030 988772
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Representative
GEDIA India Automotive Components Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No I-09
DTA Khed City, Industrial Park Khed, Distr. Pune , Maharashtra
India

Phone: +91 7030 988772
Internet: www.gedia.com
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News & Innovations

GEDIA continues to grow expertise in automotive lightweight construction

As a German mid-sized family owned company, GEDIA is constantly developing in close relation with OEMs new products in areas like automotive lightweight by following new innovation and trends shaping the automotive industry.

With German engineering and quality know-how GEDIA is expanded its portfolio over the years and has set-up several strategic locations in Asia (China and India), Europe (Hungary, Poland and Spain) and North America (Mexico and USA).

With the current market development and a positive growth not only in the passenger vehicle sales but also in the components market in India, GEDIA has set-up its new location in Pune starting with a production of components like fixtures, safety-relevant components using ultra-high-strength and highest-grade steels and aluminium and future expansion plans in technologies like hot forming.

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