Renault has held an 80% stake in Samsung Motors since 2000. Renault Samsung Motors draws its strength from French-style management combined with the high-tech expertise of Samsung and its Korean corporate culture. In the space of just ten years, Renault Samsung Motors has become Korea’s third biggest manufacturer.
“Our market share grew across all regions, with particularly strong momentum in Europe and the Africa Middle-East India area. Buoyed by the success of a renewed range, the Renault brand grew by 16% worldwide, and Renault Samsung Motors by 25.9% in Asia. Dacia continued to grow setting a new worldwide sales record this half-year” said Thierry Koskas, Groupe Renault Executive Committee member and Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing.
Americas are a major region for Groupe Renault. With an important sales network in the main market (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia), the Group also has four industrial sites (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Chile) as well as an Engineering & Design centers in Brazil. Immersion.
Renault’ social business programme, Renault Mobiliz, has been running since 2012, with the purpose of developing transport solutions for persons in situations of social exclusion. Social business entrepreneurs and Renault employees interested in this worthy cause met last week at the Mobiliz Lab event, a series of workshops offering first-hand insights into what social business actually means in practice. Let’s take a closer look at this new cooperative approach to social business.
Recruitment at Groupe Renault financial department: “Free your talent, boost your life, shift the world”
The Groupe Renault recruitment campaign in France is in full swing for 2016, with the target of 1,000 new hires on permanent contracts. Finance chief Clotilde Delbos tells us about the profiles and prospects in her department.
The Choisy-le-Roi plant (France) holds an important place in Groupe Renault. Its main work is reconditioning gearboxes and engines.
We spoke with Renault's manufacturing chief, José Vicente de los Mozos, about the announced recruitment wave totalling 500 new hires in French production facilities for 2016, consistent with the group's growth outlook.
The Renault group has announced it will be hiring people on permanent contracts in engineering throughout 2016. We spoke with Groupe Renault’s head of vehicle engineering, Gaspar Gascon, on the recruitment campaign.
By the end of 2016, Renault will have hired a total of 2,000 people on permanent employment contracts since its recruitment drive started in early 2015. Renault's HR director for France, Tristan Lormeau, talks to us about how recruitment went in 2015, and about the profiles being sought today.
The Renault Groupe financial results for 2015 are published today, Friday 12 February. Chief financial officer Dominique Thormann talked to us about this important event.