Climate change is a global challenge which demands collective action and international cooperation. The automotive sector is playing a leading role, embracing its responsibility to reduce CO2 emissions from vehicles and production.

Celanese offers solutions to maximize the value of resources. Using recycled or bio-based materials for your upcoming applications can help fulfill CO2 emission targets in the automotive industry.

Follow our experts to learn about change drivers and discover recycled grades or bio-based materials from Celanese. Learn more about how our recycled Ecomid® PA or PBT grades can support the need for sustainable solutions in automotive. Discover our bio-based materials and how the use of renewable feedstock could evolve in the future.

  • Trends and drivers for sustainable solutions in automotive industry
  • Recycled solutions for PA and PBT
  • POM ECO-B - Outlook on utilizing renewable feedstock

View our web-seminar to discover how sustainable solutions from Celanese can support you in meeting regulatory and industry specific requirements to increase your sustainable portfolio based on recycled or bio-based materials.


Learn from the following experts:

Jeff Helms

Global Automotive Program Director

Dr. Helms graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1988 with a Ph.D in Chemistry and received his MBA from Michigan State University in 2000.  Dr. Helms has worked in the automotive industry for 32 years.  He began his career at Ford Motor Company holding several roles related to material development and implementation including Materials Research Manager and Chief Engineer for Materials Engineering and Standards.  For the past 12 years, Dr. Helms has lead the Celanese Engineered Materials automotive OEM team (regionally and globally) and now leads the area of Driver Experience and Automotive Sustainability.