The Choisy-le-Roi plant (France) holds an important place in Groupe Renault. Its main work is reconditioning gearboxes and engines.
Through the history of automobile manufacturing, manual gestures have always played a vital role. Even today, when many tasks are mechanised and performed automatically, it remains essential for high-quality manufacturing. So Renault has always taken care to train its plant employees in making the correct movements and monitoring their quality.
To celebrate this milestone, we'll publish a series of "Chrono 115" episodes on this blog, to comment on what made Renault's history. This saga will feature 4 main topics, dear to Renault today : quality, zero emission mobility, design and innovation for all.
Dear readers, today we offer you two exclusive videos that should arouse your curiosity. When it comes to the automotive industry, it is always instructive to see what is going on behind the scenes. So we went to the Flins plant (Yvelines, France) in order to witness the main stages in the manufacturing process of New Clio. Let's remind the pattern: stamping, bodyshop, painting and finally assembling. Of course we also talk about quality and logistics. Enjoy!