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Brake systems, powertrain and chassis systems, instrumentation, infotainment solutions, vehicle electronics, tires, and technical elastomers are just a small cross-section of Continental’s broad product portfolio. But what about the people behind these products? What does their day by day at Continental look like and what topics are they dealing with?

These and many other questions are going to be answered by this blog giving some insights into the company. We would like to show our readers a little glimpse “behind the scenes” of Continental and give the company a more personal identity. Please feel free to ask questions to our authors or comment on their blog posts (mind the Netiquette).

We are looking forward to your feedback!

People@Continental – Editorial Team


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The Netiquette or What we expect from our readers

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