Brazil

13
MAY
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault announces the manufacturing of Kwid in Brazil

Renault announces the manufacturing of Kwid in Brazil
  • Developed in Brazil on a global platform, the new model will be produced in Renault’s Ayrton Senna Industrial Complex in Curitiba
     
  • The Brazilian Kwid has been adapted by Renault Technology Americas (RTA) and Renault Design Latin America (RDLA)
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The Renault-Nissan Alliance redefines the way its cars are built - the Nissan Resende plant example
The Renault-Nissan Alliance’s commitment to reducing its CO2 footprint extends not only to its vehicles but also to how they are built. Nissan’s Resende plant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is a benchmark for Nissan in this regard.
 
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Brazilian Chamber of Commerce in Japan selects Carlos Ghosn as Person of the Year 2014

The Chamber of Commerce of Brazil in Japan (CCBJ) has named Carlos Ghosn, president and CEO of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd, its Person of the Year 2014. This award is given annually to an individual who makes a notable contribution to strengthening the economic relationship between Brazil and Japan.

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29
OCT
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Presentation of the Duster Oroch show car in Sao Paulo

Presentation of the Duster Oroch show car in Sao Paulo
Renault is set to unveil the Duster Oroch show car in a world premiere at the 28th Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil (October 30-November 9). Brazil is the Renault's second-largest market after France, and is among the top ten markets for the Alliance.
 
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10
JUL
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Brazil Post trials Kangoo Z.E. as new delivery van

Brazil Post trials Kangoo Z.E. as new delivery van

Renault's Kangoo Z.E. continues to win over new companies around the world, with the Brazilian postal service the latest to test the all-electric van. Brazil Post has signed up for a four-month trial period that will be extended to a year if all goes well.

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Brazil: a case study for rapidly improving gender diversity at the Renault-Nissan Alliance

Brazil has become a case study for rapidly improving gender diversity at the Renault-Nissan Alliance, where the world’s fourth largest car group by volume is expanding its manufacturing footprint.

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17
APR
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault announces new investments in Brazil

Renault announces new investments in Brazil

Renault Group Chairman and Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn today announced a new investment cycle in Brazil in the amount of R$ 500 million over the 2014-2019 period. This investment will be channeled into the development of two new cars at Renault’s plant in Curitiba.

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16
APR
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan inaugurates automotive complex in Brazil

Nissan inaugurates automotive complex in Brazil

Nissan has officially opened its R $2.6 billion (USD $1.5 billion) industrial complex in Resende, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marking one of the largest automotive investments by any manufacturer in the country. This investment is part of an effort to achieve 5 percent market share and to become the number one Japanese automotive brand in Brazil.

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24
JAN
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

'When revolutionary technologies exist, they should be used'

'When revolutionary technologies exist, they should be used'

Social entrepreneurs Suzana and Claudio Padua of the Institute of Ecological Research in Brazil tell Alliance TV about their hopes for the take-up of sustainable mobility in developing economies, and explain why they think Brazil could become a model for sustainable living.

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23
JAN
2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Sustainable mobility "is a matter of survival"

Sustainable mobility "is a matter of survival"
Alliance TV caught up with Suzana and Claudio Padua this morning in Davos – social entrepreneurs with the Schwab Foundation, and founders of IPÊ, the Institute of Ecological Research in Brazil, which promotes sustainable living through science, education and local engagement.
 
Nissan has already worked with them, via its funding for a programme with the World Wildlife Fund which enabled a group of US students to see for themselves sustainability projects in both the Atlantic Forest and the Amazon.
 
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