Great Wall Motor deploys software for regulatory and material compliance
Dassault Systemes Enovia Materials Compliance Center is being used by Great Wall Motor Co. to verify whether materials in the entire product lifecycle meet the requirements of the relevant regional and global regulations.
Beijing, China – Dassault Systemes , a provider of 3D and product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions, announced that Great Wall Motor Company Ltd. (GWM), the largest commercial pickup and SUV manufacturer in China, has chosen Dassault Systemes' Enovia Materials Compliance Central to establish an enterprise-wide compliance platform to promote eco-design.
Dassault Systemes says Enovia V6 is engineered to address the business challenges of customers and the evolving needs of their industries.
Based on the Enovia V6 platform, Enovia Materials Compliance Central is a business-process application designed to help companies adopt proactive environmental compliance strategies throughout a product's lifecycle, from design to disposal. This application provides automobile companies like GWM with material verification solutions. Enovia Materials Compliance Central provides search mechanisms and analytical capabilities to verify whether the materials in the entire product lifecycle meet the requirements of the relevant regional and global regulations, enabling enterprises to collect, sort and generate part-level material verification reports and material composition data more easily.
Li ShuLi, deputy president, R&D Center, Great Wall Motor Co. stated, "Ensuring that our products comply with key international material compliance and environmental regulations will be a crucial element of our long-term business success and commitment to green initiatives as we look to expand overseas.”
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