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Cummins (CMI) to acquire Faurecia's commercial vehicle manufacturing facilities and related activities in Roermond and Columbus for EUR142 million.
FAURECIA SIGNED AN AGREEMENT TO TRANSFER TO CUMMINS A PART OF ITS COMMERCIAL VEHICLE BUSINESS IN EUROPE AND IN THE UNITED STATES Following an exclusive negotiations phase, Faurecia, a FORVIA Group company, and Cummins have signed a Share and Asset Purchase Agreement under which Faurecia will sell a part of its commercial vehicle exhaust aftertreatment business in Europe and the US to Cummins for an enterprise value of 142EUR million after final technical adjustments. The agreement transfers two
"Acquiring an equal stake in Symbio will bolster our leadership position in hydrogen-powered vehicles by supporting our fuel cell van production in France," said Stellantis Chief Executive Carlos Tavares. Faurecia will raise 150 million euros ($165.12 million) from the deal, its parent company Forvia said in a separate statement.
NANTERRE (FRANCE)MAY 16, 2023 FORVIA CONFIRMS THE SUCCESSFUL PROGRESS OF ITS ASSET DISPOSAL PROGRAM WITH THE ENTRY OF STELLANTIS IN SYMBIO'S CAPITAL With the acquisition by STELLANTIS of a stake in SYMBIO (a joint venture between Faurecia and MICHELIN), confirmed this morning in a joint press release by the three partners, Faurecia will receive a total amount of €150 million which will contribute to its €1 billion asset disposal program by the end of 2023. This asset disposal program includes tw
NANTERRE (FRANCE)May 9th, 2023 COMBINED GENERAL MEETING OF MAY 30th, 2023AVAILABILITY OF PREPARATORY DOCUMENTS Faurecia informs its shareholders that they are convened to the Combined Shareholders' Meeting to be held on Tuesday, May 30th, 2023, at 2 p.m. (Paris time) at the registered office in Nanterre. The meeting notice was published in the Bulletin des annonces légales obligatoires (BALO) on April 24th, 2023, and the convening notice will be published in the BALO and in the legal gazette Act
Nanterre, 4 May 2023 Total number of voting rights and shares forming the share capital (Article L. 233-8 II of the French Commercial Code and Article 223-16 of the General Regulation of the French Financial Markets Authority) __________________ Trading place: Euronext Paris Compartment: A ISIN code: FR0000121147 LEI code: 969500F0VMZLK2IULV85 Date Number of shares Total number of voting rights (theoretical) (1) 30 April 2023 197,089,340 210,077,818 (1) In accordance with the provisions of Artic
(Reuters) -Forvia, the European car parts maker born from Faurecia's takeover of Hella, on Monday said its first-quarter sales outpaced global car production even as uncertainty over semiconductor supply persisted. The automotive sector has been hit by several supply disruptions stemming from the pandemic, including a global chip shortage that hit production. "We continue to have a reduction in the number of shortages that can occur and the number of shortage instances, but it is not eliminated," finance chief Olivier Durand told journalists.
Nanterre (France), April 17, 2023 FIRST-QUARTER 2023 SALES SALES GROWTH OF +29% IN THE QUARTER TO €6.6bn DRIVEN BY ORGANIC GROWTH OF +17.6% in €m Q1 2022 as Q1 2022 Currency Organic Scope effect Q1 2023 Reported released in April 22 IFRS 5* effect growth (Hella 1 month) change Group sales 5,322 5,149 -30 908 617 6,644 +29.0% % of last year's sales -0.6% +17.6% +12.0% Worlwide auto. prod.** (m units) 19,924 +2.7% 20,469 FORVIA's outperformance (bps) 1,490 * Restated for SAS (part of the "Interior
French car parts maker Faurecia opened a $147 million plant in Mexico to make car seats and interiors, the company said on Thursday, the latest in a string of auto sector investments driving the country's so-called "nearshoring" boom. Faurecia said it expects the plant in the northern border state of Nuevo Leon, serving clients such as Volvo and Stellantis, to produce more than 2 million vehicles' worth of car seats a year by 2025. Of the 125 high-level investments to land in Nuevo Leon in recent years, more than a quarter belong to the auto sector, state Economy Minister Ivan Rivas said in a statement.
Nanterre (France), February 28th, 2023 Availability of Universal Registration Document The 2022 Universal Registration Document of Faurecia S.E. was filed with the French Financial Markets Authority (Autorité des marchés financiers) on February 28th, 2023. The 2022 Universal Registration Document notably includes: the annual financial report;the Board of Directors’ report on the corporate governance;the management report including extra-financial performance declaration;the description of the sh
Nanterre (France), February 20, 2023 OUR ACHIEVEMENTS: GROWTH, RESILIENCE, CASH GENERATION & DELEVERAGING GROWTH: SALES OF €25.5BN, +63% ON A REPORTED BASIS AND +17% ON AN ORGANIC BASISRESILIENCE: OPERATING MARGIN OF 5.0% IN H2 2022 AND 4.4% IN FY 2022CASH GENERATION: STRONG NET CASH FLOW OF €471M DELEVERAGING: NET DEBT/ADJ. EBITDA RATIO AT 2.6x AT YEAR-END VS. 3.1x AT JUNE 30 OUR PRIORITIES: DELEVERAGING, INTEGRATION & SUSTAINABLE GROWTH DELEVERAGING: €1BN DISPOSAL PROGRAM FULFILLED THROUGH CON
NANTERRE (FRANCE)FEBRUARY 19, 2023 FAURECIA TO SELL ITS “SAS” COCKPIT MODULES DIVISION TO THE MOTHERSON GROUP Faurecia, a company of the FORVIA Group, has received a firm and binding commitment from the Motherson Group to acquire 100% of “SAS” Cockpit Modules division (“SAS”), a leading global provider of assembly and logistics services for the automotive industry, based on an enterprise value of €540 million. Motherson is a diversified manufacturing specialist and one of the world’s leading aut
NANTERRE (FRANCE)FEBRUARY 16, 2023 FAURECIA AND CUMMINS IN EXCLUSIVE NEGOTIATIONS REGARDING THE POTENTIAL SALE OF A DESIGNATED PART OF FAURECIA’S COMMERICAL VEHICLE EXHAUST BUSINESS IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES Faurecia, a company of the FORVIA Group, has entered into exclusive negotiations with Cummins for the potential sale of a designated part of its commercial vehicle exhaust aftertreatment business in Europe and in the United States for an enterprise value of EUR150 million. The potentia
NANTERRE (FRANCE)JANUARY 18, 2023 FAURECIA ENTIRELY REFINANCED THE HELLA ACQUISITION THROUGH PRICING AN ADDITIONAL €250 MILLION OF SUSTAINABILITY-LINKED SENIOR NOTES Faurecia S.E., a company of the FORVIA group, announces that it has successfully priced today the New Notes, sustainability-linked 7.25% senior notes due 2026 (the “New Notes”) following a private placement arranged by BNP Paribas. Faurecia priced the New Notes at 101.75% of par, or a yield of 6.65%. The proceeds of the issuance of
Stellantis has entered exclusive talks with France's Faurecia and Michelin to buy a "substantial" stake in their Symbio joint venture, a fuel cell system maker for hydrogen mobility, the three companies said on Friday. Stellantis, the world third-largest carmaker, launched hydrogen-powered mid-size vans late last year and aims to expand its hydrogen offer to large vans in Europe in 2024 and in the U.S. in 2025, "while further exploring opportunities for heavy-duty trucks". Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said Symbio's technical roadmap "perfectly" matched with Stellantis hydrogen roll-out plans in Europe and in the U.S.
Not for distribution, directly or indirectly, in the United States, Canada, Australia or Japan Nanterre (France), November 8th, 2022 Faurecia successfully prices €700 million of sustainability-linked senior notes due 2026 (the “SL NOTES”) Faurecia has successfully priced €700 million in aggregate principal amount of SL Notes at 7.25%. The SL Notes are to be issued under Faurecia's Sustainability-Linked Financing Framework established in October 2021. We executed an interest pre-hedging arrangeme
The company lowered its assumption of global automotive production for 2025 to 88 million units, down by 6 million from its previous forecast, citing "tough macroeconomic conditions between 2021 and 2023". The group sees higher energy costs for 2023, but also a continued disruption in the supply of semiconductors that will ease but not resolve, Faurecia CEO Patrick Koller said in a call with journalists.
Nanterre (France), November 3, 2022 2022 CAPITAL MARKETS DAY FORVIA UNVEILS POWER25 PLAN PROFITABLE GROWTH, CASH GENERATION & DELEVERAGING Faurecia and HELLA, operating together as FORVIA, are today hosting their first joint Capital Markets Day from 11:00am CET, during which the Group will present Power25, its new medium-term plan to drive profitable growth, enhance cash generation and accelerate Group deleveraging. Having embarked upon a profound transformation marked by Faurecia’s independence
Nanterre (France), October 21, 2022 THIRD-QUARTER 2022 SALES SALES GROWTH OF 92% IN THE QUARTER, MAINLY DRIVEN BY: Strong year-on-year growth in worldwide automotive production, from a favorable comparable base in Q3 2021Outperformance of +140bps or +490bps restated for unfavorable geographic mix of -350bps, leading to organic growth (constant scope and currencies) of +31%Scope effect of 54% or €1.8bn from the consolidation of HELLA (as from Feb. 1) in €m Q3 2021* Q3 2022* Change Sales, of which
(Reuters) -European car parts maker Forvia on Friday raised its sales guidance for the year on stronger-than-expected car output and positive currency effects, even as investors fret about the weakening outlook for the automotive market. Born from Faurecia's takeover of German rival Hella, Forvia forecast full-year sales of between 24.5 billion and 25.5 billion euros ($23.9 billion-$24.9 billion), up from 23 billion-24 billion euros previously. Forvia upgraded its global car production forecast by 3 million light vehicles to 77 million in 2022 - below the 79 million estimated by business information provider IHS Markit earlier this month - noting that it was remaining "cautious".
Faurecia does not intend to let go of its pollution control business despite the scheduled end of combustion engine sales, as the business will remain profitable for a long time and help reduce debt, the automotive equipment supplier's chief executive told Reuters. "We occupy more than 65% of the market share (with our two main competitors), so our probability of being the last of the Mohicans is very strong, and that is very valuable," CEO Patrick Koller said at the press days of the 89th Paris Motor Show. "Other companies will have to throw in the towel because they will no longer have the space to operate ... and since customers need a supplier, we can regain market share without investing in capacity," he added.
(Reuters) -France's Faurecia said its project to develop a new generations of hydrogen tanks was granted 213 million euros ($209 million) of support from the European Commission as part of the Hydrogen IPCEI programme. Faurecia's "Historhy Next" project aims to develop new generations of hydrogen tanks, both gaseous and liquid, by the end of 2027, it said in a statement. Faurecia, part of the Forvia group formed after its merger with German car parts company Hella, added that production would start in 2024 at its Allenjoie plant in France's Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region, with a goal of producing more than 100,000 units per year.
Nanterre (France), July 28th, 2022 HELLA’S ANNOUNCED DIVESTMENT OF ITS 33% STAKE IN THE JOINT-VENTURE HBPO FOR €290 MILLION MARKS A FIRST SIGNIFICANT STEP IN FORVIA’S TOTAL DIVESTMENT PROGRAM OF 1 BILLION EUROS BY 2023 HELLA, company of the FORVIA Group, announced today that it has agreed the sale of its 33.33% stake in HBPO to its co-shareholder, Plastic Omnium. The agreed purchase price is c. €290 million, and the transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals, with a closing expecte
(Reuters) -Forvia, the European car parts maker born from Faurecia's takeover of German rival Hella, on Monday fell short of earnings expectations but beat sales estimates in the first half of the year. Faurecia sealed its takeover of German automotive lighting group Hella in January. Chief Financial Officer Olivier Durand said Forvia had stopped activities at most of its Russian sites, booking 87 million euros ($89 million) of related one-off costs in the first six months of 2022.