The very first Alpine customers invited to participate in the "ALPINE Customer Visits" program were welcomed a few days ago by Pierre-Emmanuel Andrieux, Director of the Dieppe Plant, and Thierry Witzenrieth, Alpine After-sales Director at the Normandy site.
On November 6, 2018, Carlos Sainz Jr, driver for the Renault Sport Formula One Team, visited Renault employees at the Aubevoye Technical Center before heading to the Sandouville plant. The visits provided a great opportunity for the Spanish driver to meet the employees and discover the sites where Renault vehicles are developed and manufactured – an opportunity that many employees would not have missed for the world.
A pioneer twenty years ago, the Technocentre is evolving. Priority to collaborative spaces and digital tools. To remain at the forefront of innovation in work organization.
Emmanuel Macron visits the Maubeuge plant; Carlos Ghosn announces €450 million in investment for the new utility vehicle center of expertise.
The Renault Foundation is launching a new call for projects. The objective: to support a non-profit organization that works to promote entrepreneurship among women in disadvantaged communities or to improve their access to employment. The winning entity will be awarded a financial contribution of €90,000 over three years. Applications must be received by November 19, 2018. Read on for more details.
Groupe Renault is teaming up with Segula Technologies to launch the Twizy Contest, an international challenge encouraging future engineers and designers to use their creativity to find solutions for the mobility of tomorrow around the Twizy platform.
On October 4, eighty-five new Groupe Renault recruits were invited to meet Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and to explore the Paris Motor Show. They got to discuss hot topics for the group and the car industry as a whole, and were keen to ask him for some advice. A review of a day where interaction and discovery were the watchwords.
Groupe Renault and Brilliance have today signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Liaoning province. The object of this agreement is to accelerate the growth of light utility vehicles in China. Renault and Brilliance have also confirmed the launch of three new electric LUV in China over the next two years.
Head of Renault Mobility Services at Alliance Business Development, Mobility Services, Patrick Vergelas explains Groupe Renault’s vision of the shared mobility of tomorrow. He backs up this vision with the three robo-vehicle concepts—EZ-GO, EZ-PRO and EZ-ULTIMO—presented this year.
Groupe Renault was very saddened to learn of the death, at the age of 91, of Mr. Raymond Levy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Renault from 1986 to 1992.