Driveline component and bearing supplier Schaeffler Technologies will hightlight its capabilities at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It will features its portfolio of products that is says make it well positioned as a partner in efficient future mobility as powertrain technologies shift to alternative types, such as hybrid and electric vehicles. For the seventh consecutive year, Schaeffler Technologies will have a presence at NAIAS as an event sponsor and exhibitor. Its 5,000-square-foot exhibit in room W2-60 will be open to journalists and invited guests. In the company’s exhibit area, a press conference focusing on the North American market will be held at approximately 7:20 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 9. “In today’s competitive automotive environment, offering innovative solutions for optimizing the drivetrain on combustion engines, as well as key components for hybrid vehicles and advanced solutions for electric vehicles, is critical,” said Jeff Hemphill, chief technical officer, Schaeffler North America. “The North American International Auto Show provides the ideal platform for Schaeffler Technologies to showcase how our established automotive product portfolio and forward-thinking innovations can meet the current and evolving efficient future mobility needs of automakers.” During its press conference, Schaeffler Technologies will debut its eSoultions concept to the North American market. The eSolutions concept, which provides detailed insight into Schaeffler Technologies’ varied product range for energy efficiency and forward-looking mobility, includes components that are suitable for use in hybrid and electric vehicles. In addition to the concept, Schaeffler Technologies will showcase its established products and technology offerings that optimize internal combustion engines, hybrid solutions and electric vehicles. The NAIAS event – one of the world’s premier automotive exhibitions – opens to the media and industry officials on Monday, Jan. 9. It will open to the public from Saturday, Jan. 14 through Sunday, Jan. 22.