Renault-Nissan Alliance press releases

The alliance Press Releases

  • Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler expand cooperation with new plant in Mexico - 27/06/2014

    Teams will work closely on development of next-generation compact vehicles for both Mercedes-Benz and Infiniti
    New plant in Aguascalientes, Mexico, will add nearly 5,700 additional workers and annual capacity of 300,000 vehicles when fully ramped up
    Companies will equally divide investment costs of approximately €1 billion 
     

  • Brazil: a case study for rapidly improving gender diversity at the Renault-Nissan Alliance - 26/05/2014

    Brazil’s gender gap closing as world’s fourth largest car group expands manufacturing footprint
    Renault Brazil has 50% more women today compared with five years ago; the number of women on Renault Brazil’s assembly lines has doubled in five years
    Women account for 20% of all of Nissan Brazil’s managers, as well as 20% of the workforce at headquarters
     

  • Renault-Nissan Alliance celebrates 15th anniversary as four key business units prepare to converge - 27/03/2014

    - Renault-Nissan, the auto industry’s longest-lasting and most productive cross-cultural partnership, celebrates its 15th anniversary today
     
    - New Alliance leaders prepare for converged operations in Engineering, Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management, Purchasing and Human Resources starting 1 April

  • Renault and Nissan to converge four major Alliance functions 1 April - 17/03/2014

    - To achieve a minimum €4.3 billion annual synergy goal, the Alliance is implementing convergence plans in four key areas: Engineering, Manufacturing & Supply Chain Management, Purchasing, and Human Resources. 

    - Converged business functions become official 1 April and are expected to have an immediate positive effect on operational performance. 

  • Renault-Nissan Alliance posts record sales in 2013 - 07/02/2014

    - Sales rise to 8.3 million units amid record demand in China and the United States

    - Alliance sales, including AVTOVAZ, account for one in ten cars sold worldwide

    - Zero-emission sales up more than 50% from 2012

  • Renault and Nissan launch projects to accelerate Alliance synergies - 30/01/2014

    - To achieve at least €4.3B annualized synergy target, the Alliance will focus on closer integration in four key areas: R&D, Manufacturing & Logistics, Purchasing, and Human Resources.

    - Projects in each function focused on improving operational performance of the Alliance and fully leverage economies of scale.

  • Daimler and Renault-Nissan Alliance honored for cross-cultural cooperation - 10/12/2013

    PARIS-STUTTGART (Dec. 10, 2013)—Renault SAS and Daimler AG have won the prestigious 2013 Franco-German Business Award for their industrial cooperation, which has expanded significantly since Daimler and the Renault-Nissan Alliance joined forces in  2010.
     
    Awarded by the Franco-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the prize recognizes French and German companies that are benchmarks for cooperation in four areas: industrial cooperation, the environment, innovation and new technologies, and human resources.

  • IFC, Renault-Nissan alliance support Russian auto parts makers, promoting economic growth - 25/11/2013

    Moscow, Russia, November 25, 2013—IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Renault-Nissan Alliance are joining forces to provide advice and technical support to auto parts makers in Russia, part of an effort to foster economic growth across the country.
     
    IFC and Renault-Nissan will help suppliers improve their corporate governance, modernize their production facilities, and conserve resources. That will help parts makers meet international manufacturing standards and ensure their businesses remain sustainable over the long term. It will also support economic diversification in Russia; parts makers are important sources of jobs and many operate in the country’s more remote regions.

  • Renault-Nissan Alliance and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation explore wide ranging global product and technology cooperation - 05/11/2013

    New projects to drive global product coverage and capacity utilization
     
    Amsterdam, Netherlands / Tokyo, Japan  (November 5, 2013) – The Renault-Nissan Alliance and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation today announced their joint intention to explore several new projects covering shared products, technologies and manufacturing capacity among the automakers. As a consequence, it has been agreed that the strategic cooperation between Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors could be expanded across the broader Renault-Nissan Alliance.

  • Renault-Nissan Alliance continues progress in closing the global gender gap - 15/10/2013

    - Female recruitment has particularly accelerated in emerging economies, helping to increase gender parity in key countries such as Russia and Brazil

    - Renault remains an industry benchmark for women at the senior executive level and has become a benchmark for women at the highest corporate level in France

    - Percentage of women managers at Nissan in Japan is more than double national average for manufacturers
     
    - Executive management teams of Renault and Nissan become even more diverse, reflecting the global scale of both brands