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.
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.
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.
In the first six months of 2018, Dacia set a new record with 378,095 units sold, a 13.4% increase. Benoit Abadie, chief engineer for the Global Access range within Alliance, reviews what has made the brand a success in the last 15 years.
Groupe Renault has made an active commitment: for the company to reap the full benefits of the cultural wealth and diversity offered by all its constituent parts. Gender mix and gender equality is a key area of focus. … in a sector that has historically been less inclined than others pursue this fair balance. It is primarily for this reason that Groupe Renault is particularly keen to recruit women to its workforce, at all levels of the command chain. We talked to Georgiana Mutu, age 34, production workshop manager in engine assembly at the Pitesti plant (Romania), where she manages over 260 men and women.
Renault is celebrating its 120th birthday this year, and the Cléon plant is turning 60. Since 1958, the site has built a solid reputation which, today, has made it a central actor in the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance that is focused on the future.
The plant of the future entails the global digital transformation of a manufacturing site. It facilitates production by connecting people and processes. Digitalization fosters the dissemination of the right information to the right place at the right time, the aim being to increase customer satisfaction. As reflected in the work of Gabriel Tanasie, Head of a Connected Basic Work Unit at the Pitesti plant in Romania for a year and a half and connected just recently.
As part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of Dacia in Romania, Groupe Renault talks about how momentum has developed since the renewal of the brand in 2004. It has already engaged five million consumers with its unique business model. Initiated with the launch of Logan, the Global Access program (Renault and Dacia) is a cornerstone of the group’s strategy for international expansion. Let’s take a closer look.