You might say Faurecia Interior Systems has a deep seated love for the automobile industry. The company, a subsidiary of French auto parts supplier Faurecia, designs and manufactures central consoles, door panels, instrument panels, seats, and acoustic molding for motor vehicles. Faurecia Interior Systems has global operations in North America (e.g. – more... Michigan and South Carolina), Asia, and other regions. Peugeot S.A., France's leading maker of automobiles, owns about 57% of parent Faurecia. In addition to Citroën and Peugeot, Faurecia's customers for vehicle interior modules include Renault, BMW, Volkswagen, and Ford. – less
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Resizing of FAURECIA is taking place of FAURECIA Interior Systems in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Between 120-140 Faurecia employees are going to be made redundant.
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