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Donnerstag, 05 September 2013 10:45

Online behavior in Germany - Onlinestudy 2013

The German public broadcasters ARD and ZDF have published their online study 2013.
We present some of the results in an infografik to inform quickly about the most important figures.
All results are published here:

The results of the study confirms our own collected data within the latest study called "After Sales Goes Online".
Due to the raising amount of smartphone and tablet users the time people spend online with an internet device has increased extensively.

Besides the results about the online behaviour we have mainly explored the people´s online behavior regarding the car service. 
The main questions were how much money they have spend on car related articles via the internet and if they can also imagine to order car services online.
More information about our study can be found here.

Freigegeben in wolk after sales experts
Donnerstag, 23 Mai 2013 18:29

Remanufacturing professionals meet in Amsterdam

ReMaTec has established itself as the most important network platform for the global remanufacturing industry.
The show features over 9,000 m2 of gross exhibition floor space and 180 exhibitors from all over the world. The world’s leading event for remanufacturing will take place from 16 to 18 June 2013 at Amsterdam RAI, The Netherlands. 

You will find Wolk After Sales Experts at booth 11.424A

Please do not hesitate to contact us for creating an appointment in Amsterdam. Your contact will be Jörg Meding (contact information).

The new passenger cars registrations in the European Union are decreasing with 1,7%.
Winners and loosers can be seen at our graphic.
All Baltic countries have the biggest raising in registered new passenger cars. For example, in 2011 in Latvia was registered less than 5 cars per 1000 inhabitants new passenger cars (with increase rate 78%), while in Germany almost 40 new cars per 1000 inhabitants (increase rate 9%), in Greece 9 (increase rate -31 %) new passenger cars per 1000 inhabitants was registered.
Portugal, Greece and Spain has lost the most compared with the other countries which is coincident to the general economic situation.