List of exhibitors at the Trade Fair 2023
List of exhibitors
at the Trade Fair 2023
The exhibitors at Powerfuel Days will show exhibits, content, products or offer test drives with hydrogen vehicles.
These are the exhibitors at the Powerfuel Days 2023:
In 1927, independent Swiss importers of petroleum products joined forces and founded the AVIA Association in Switzerland. More than 90 years later, 10 AVIA member companies maintain the largest petrol station network in Switzerland under their joint brand name, with around 550 petrol stations and over 100 shops. In addition to the petrol station business, the AVIA member companies are also major suppliers of heating oil and distribute a comprehensive, high-quality range of lubricants, which includes a wide range of lubricants for motor vehicles through to industrial specialities.
AVIA member companies are investing in the future as pioneers, with a clear focus on hydrogen mobility. In the process, they are increasingly transforming themselves into energy service providers and players that offer the entire hydrogen eco-cycle, from production to filling station. From AVIA’s point of view, this is a sensible way to promote local climate-friendly mobility with green hydrogen that is produced without CO₂ emissions on the basis of renewable energies.
In addition to the success story in Switzerland, today around 80 medium-sized companies in 14 European countries with over 3000 filling stations together form AVIA INTERNATIONAL.
Benefiting from the advantages while remaining independent – a convincing concept both on a national and international level.
Learn more: www.avia.ch
The “Auto Gewerbe Verband Schweiz (AGVS)” is the industry and professional association of Swiss garage owners. As an umbrella organization, it supports its members with services, promotes their interests and actively contributes to the further development and profiling of the automotive industry in the area of education and training. The AGVS represents around 4000 small, medium-sized and larger companies, brand representatives and independent garage businesses.
The total of 39,000 employees in the AGVS companies – of which around 8,500 are junior staff undergoing training and further education – sell, maintain and repair the majority of the Swiss vehicle fleet with around 5.9 million motor vehicles. As the umbrella organization of Swiss garage owners, the “Auto Gewerbe Verband Schweiz (AGVS)” stands up for its members and effectively supports them in their hard work.
The AGVS also advocates for the interests of its members at the political level. In addition, the association conducts qualification procedures, professional examinations and higher professional examinations on behalf of the federal government, thus considering the further development and profiling of the auto trade.
Learn more: www.agvs-upsa.ch| www.agvs-zs.ch
Since its foundation in South Korea in 1967, the Hyundai Motor Group has advanced to become the world’s number 3 car manufacturer. Over 90% of the Hyundai vehicles sold in Switzerland originate from European development and production. “Hyundai” means “modern age” and stands for an extraordinary and relatively recent success story, which was only made possible by intelligently and innovatively challenging existing ideas and breaking new ground. While some car brands are just announcing sustainable cars, Hyundai’s e-mobility vehicles have been leading the way for years.
Hyundai offers all major electric power trains for production vehicles and is continuously expanding its portfolio. By 2025, Hyundai Motor Company’s portfolio is expected to include 30 electric vehicles.
- Hybrid | Plug-in Hybrid:
KONA Hybrid | TUCSON Hybrid | SANTA FE Hybrid | TUCSON Plug-in | SANTA FE Plug-in
KONA Electric | IONIQ 5
Hyundai is pursuing a dedicated vision in the field of hydrogen energy called “Hydrogen Vision 2040”, with the goal of a global hydrogen society..
Hyundai’s vision for 2040 sees the use of green hydrogen not only in transportation, but also in other areas of various industries and sectors. Hyundai’s goal is to make hydrogen energy available “to everyone, for everything, everywhere”.
Since developing the first fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) in 1998, Hyundai has been preparing for the future of hydrogen. In 2013, the TUCSON FCEV (ix35 Fuel Cell) was introduced, opening the door to mass production of FCEVs. Then, in 2018, the company launched the NEXO, a latest-generation fuel cell SUV. This was followed in 2020 by the world’s first fuel cell heavy-duty truck, the Hyundai XCIENT Fuel Cell.
Learn more: www.hyundai.ch
DLR is the Federal Republic of Germany’s research centre for aeronautics and space. We conduct research and development activities in the fields of aeronautics, space, energy, transport, security and digitalisation. The German Space Agency at DLR plans and implements the national space programme on behalf of the federal government. Two DLR project management agencies oversee funding programmes and support knowledge transfer.
Climate, mobility and technology are changing globally. DLR uses the expertise of its 55 research institutes and facilities to develop solutions to these challenges. Our 10,000 employees share a mission – to explore Earth and space and develop technologies for a sustainable future. By transferring technology, DLR contributes to strengthening Germany’s position as a prime location for research and industry.
Learn more: dlr.de
SFC Energy AG is a leading provider of hydrogen and direct methanol fuel cells for stationary and mobile hybrid power solutions. With the Clean Energy and Clean Power Management business segments, SFC Energy is a sustainably profitable fuel cell producer. The Company distributes its award-winning products worldwide and has sold more than 55,000 fuel cells to date. The Company is headquartered in Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, operates production facilities in the Netherlands, Romania, and Canada. SFC Energy AG is listed on the Deutsche Boerse Prime (WKN: 756857 ISIN: DE0007568578).
Learn more: www.sfc.com
Migros is a Swiss retailer – but it is also much more than that. It is the largest private employer in the country as well as the leading purchaser of Swiss agricultural products. Run as a cooperative, Migros puts people first. Anyone residing in Switzerland or in a neighbouring country can become a member of one of the ten regional Migros cooperatives free of charge and have a say in the future of the community. Due to its widespread presence, Migros plays a major role in everyday Swiss life. It would be hard to imagine Switzerland without it. Migros not only operates supermarkets and specialist markets but also the Club School, fitness centres, travel agencies and a successful bank.
Migros is also leading the way when it comes to decarbonising freight transport. It has relied on rail transport since its conception and to this day, around 50% of its domestic transports are carried out by rail. In road freight transport, Migros uses the multi-technology approach. In concrete terms, this means that it relies on a combination of various alternative drive types and continually expands its lorry fleet accordingly. Along with hydrogen-powered and electric lorries, Migros also uses biogas and biodiesel as sustainable fuels. A digital tool called “M Opex Tower” allows Migros to plan its transport logistics in such a way that it will be able to achieve a 70% reduction in its CO2 emissions from road transport by 2030.
Learn more: www.migros.ch
From compact city cars to SUVs, sports cars and pickups, Toyota offers state-of-the-art vehicles in every category. With a broad focus on different powertrain technologies, Toyota offers gasoline, diesel, full hybrid, battery electric and hydrogen electric vehicles, and has the right engine for every need.
Learn more: toyota.ch
Wolftank Group is a globally active, leading technology partner for energy and environmental solutions. In the field of energy mobility and storage, we support our customers in implementing their projects in an efficient and sustainable way. Since our beginnings over 30 years ago, ecology has been in our DNA. We develop and implement tomorrow’s technologies to decarbonize transport and build the infrastructure for zero-emission mobility. With this, we actively contribute to achieving the global climate goals – actually, we enable you to reach this goal by developing and building the needed infrastructure, as Bio-LNG or Hydrogen refueling stations. Additionally, as leading player in environmental solutions we provide assessments, due diligences and personalized services for soil and water remediation as well as for direct waste management in the sense of a fully circular economy. Our company is organized in 4 business units, which are managed from our headquarters in Innsbruck/Austria. The shares of Wolftank Group are listed on the stock exchanges in Vienna, Munich, Frankfurt, XETRA, Düsseldorf and Berlin.
Learn more: wolftank.com
As a nationally and internationally oriented transport and logistics company, Galliker Transport AG, Altishofen, concentrates on its core areas of car, cargo, food and healthcare logistics.
The logistics company with 17 branches in 5 countries offers its customers comprehensive warehousing, picking and packaging services.
The great interest in topics related to Green Logistics is an example of how sustainability affects us all personally and that its dynamic is developing rapidly. The Galliker hydrogen truck fleet has grown to 6 vehicles since 2020. These CO2 neutral vehicles are used for day and night deliveries in all areas of logistics.
As a responsible family business, run by the third generation, the company is committed to acting sustainably and treating the environment and nature with respect. Taking logistics further – Green Logistics by Galliker.
Learn more: greenlogistics.galliker.com
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