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DAT Report for the first time available in English

Ostfildern (03/14/2016) - Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (DAT) has published the current DAT Report in English. The comprehensive market study about car buyers and workshop customers is now accessible to an even larger public.

The translation can be downloaded free of charge as a PDF file on www.dat.de/en/report.

"The content of the DAT Report is of high interest for our own subsidiaries and their customers abroad. Therefore we have decided to publish an English version", explains Helmut Eifert, DAT Managing Director Foreign Countries. "Another reason are the activities of DAT Consulting. Our internationally oriented consulting branch always relies on valid and reliable figures. The DAT Report is essential in the conversations with our customers."

Jens Nietzschmann, DAT Managing Director Germany, adds: "Nowhere you will you get a better overview as well as an in-depth survey of the German automotive market than in our DAT Report. Readers in non-German-speaking countries can now gain a very good insight into our market. According to our mandate to provide data at a large scale and in a cost-effective manner, we now have an even wider audience for our survey."

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The Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (DAT) is an international company operating in the automotive industry.

 

In accordance with its mandate, it collects and prepares comprehensive vehicle data and provides the sector with cost-effective, nationwide access to this data through the SilverDAT® system. DAT sees itself as the neutral connecting link between all the stakeholders in the automotive industry. Since 1931, it has been supported by its three partners: the automotive sector associations the VDA (Association of the German Automotive Industry), the VDIK (Association of International Motor Vehicle Manufacturers) and the ZDK (Central Association of the German Motor Industry). This structure gives DAT a unique status and a special mandate within the automotive industry.

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