Video Interview: Inteva VP shares ‘panoramic’ view of roof-system trends

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Stefan Land, Vice President and Executive Director of Roof Systems at Inteva Products, sees the market for panoramic roof systems expanding in the coming years, particularly in China and North America. At the SAE 2012 World Congress, Land discussed with SAE Magazines a range of roof-system technology trends such as increased modularization and usage of lightweight materials, along with collaborative product-development efforts with Inteva’s Interior Systems group to enhance the overall interior experience. Click here to view the complete video interview.

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