PEM Motion was born out of the idea to make electric mobility sustainable and affordable. This idea of “Achieving more with less” is still the credo of everything we do at PEM Motion.
By focusing on the Return on Engineering, we dramatically increase the efficiency of the process to deliver innovative results in the wide field of future mobility.
With our fresh spirit, our unique approach and our cutting-edge infrastructure, we are the first to truly integrate development and industrialization.
The company was founded in 2014 as a spin-off of Prof. Achim Kampker’s Chair for Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components at RWTH Aachen University (PEM) by some talented engineers with a strong sense, that today’s mobility innovation needs a fresh approach.
Since then, we have grown successfully into more than 90 employees working in 8 offices on 3 continents. Despite being a young organization, we have a proven track record of innovating mobility. Our clients span the full range of the automotive / mobility sector, but we are also working for start-ups, ready to disrupt the industry. And more than that, we do not only build futures for others, we also build companies, like UZE or Ducktrain.
The future of mobility has just begun and there is more to come, so we decided to take our company to the next level in 2019 under one strong brand: PEM Motion.
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