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France (FR)

OpenCorporation rating: 17.63 on 100

Ranking 2019: 348 on 504 companies


Primary NACE classification:
Manufacture of motor vehicles (2910)

Company description

The company, based in France, is engaged in manufacturing of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles under the Peugeot and Citroen brands.In addition to its six manufacturing facilities in France, the group also operates manufacturing facilities in Brazil, Argentina, China, Portugal, Spain, Italy, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It is in cooperation agreements with Fiat, for the production light commercial vehicles and MPVs at the Sevelnord plant in northern France and the Sevel facility in southern Italy; Toyota, for the operation of the TCPA plant in Kolin, Czech Republic; Mitsubishi, to produce SUVs for introduction in 2007; Renault, for the production of automatic gearboxes and V6 engines; Ford, in a joint manufacturing of diesel engines for new light commercial vehicles and for upper mid-range and executive passenger cars; and BMW, for a joint development of high performance and fuel economic 1.4 and 1.6-liter gasoline engines.The company was founded in 1896 as a company engaged in vehicle manufacturing and sales; and has its registered office and administrative headquarters in Paris.

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Indicators

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score (max is 100)
ratings 2018
61.7
58.7
14
14
4.6
7.1
0
0
0
0
95.6
28.8

Latest news about peugeot s.a.

25 January 2020 - 12:00

French car maker Peugeot to repatriate staff from China's Wuhan area

French automotive group PSA, maker of the Peugeot and Citroen brands, said in a statement it will repatriate expat staff and their families from the Wuhan area in China, which is at the centre of an outbreak of coronavirus.

14 January 2020 - 12:00

FCA-PSA merger: the reason why there will be two workers’ representatives on the Board of Directors Fca e Psa

On 17 December the so-called ‘combination agreement’ between FCA and PSA was signed, which will lead in about a year’s time to the merger of the two groups. Much emphasis has been placed in the Italian media on the fact that there will also be two workers’ representatives on the Board of Directors (BoD) of the new group, one for PSA and one for FCA. How can we explain this news?

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