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.
The Choisy-le-Roi plant (France) holds an important place in Groupe Renault. Its main work is reconditioning gearboxes and engines.
From November 3 to 7, 2014, the Fernand Leger national museum will feature one of its masterpieces at the Renault Flins plant: Les Constructeurs, definitive version by Fernand Leger (1881-1955). The Renault factory employees will get to enjoy this painting thanks to the L’Entreprise à l’oeuvre project, organized by the French Culture and Communication Ministry, in cooperation with 5 French companies.
The Renault Sandouville plant in Normandie, is experiencing a real wind of change since May 2010 with the launch of the Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) project. Indeed, some €230 million has been invested in the lines at Sandouville, which already produces Laguna and Espace, to produce future Trafic, set for launch in 2014, and the high-roof version of the Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro.