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Faurecia: GM Strike Impact To Weigh More On Oct Sales - CFO
Faurecia Q3 Sales At EUR 4.19 Billion, Up 4.3% On Reported Basis
Faurecia to buy the remaining 50% of its SAS JV with Continental
Faurecia SE is a France-based automotive equipment supplier. The Company reports its activities into four main segments: Faurecia Seating, Faurecia Interiors, Faurecia Clarion Electronics and Faurecia Clean Mobility. The Faurecia Seating develops seat systems that optimize the comfort and safety of users. It also develops solutions for thermal and postural comfort, health and wellness and advanced safety. The Faurecia Interiors segment develops full interior systems, including instrument panels, door panels, center consoles as well as smart surfaces, solutions for intuitive human machine interfaces and personalized cabin climate comfort and air quality. The Faurecia Clarion Electronics segment develops and produces in-vehicle infotainment, full digital sound design, advanced driver assistance, connectivity & cloud services for customers globally. The Faurecia Clean Mobility segment develops solutions to drive mobility and industry toward zero emissions.
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23-27 Avenue des Champs Pierreux
Michel de Rosen
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Executive Vice President, in charge of Group Operations; Member of the Executive Committee
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French car parts group Faurecia <EPED.PA> said on Thursday a hit to sales from a month-long U.S. strike at General Motors Co <GM.N> had ratcheted up in October, following a third quarter in which revenues missed forecasts.
French car parts group Faurecia maintained its 2019 guidance for higher operating profits and margins as it posted an increase in third-quarter sales.
French car parts group Faurecia <EPED.PA> said on Monday it had agreed to buy full control of the SAS joint venture it runs with German auto group Continental <CONG.DE>, in a deal which should boost the company's profits.
French car parts group Faurecia said on Monday it had agreed to buy full control of the SAS joint venture it runs with German auto group Continental , in a deal which should boost the company's profits.
French auto parts maker Faurecia <EPED.PA> said it maintained first-half profitability despite a China-led decline in auto production, sending its shares sharply higher on Tuesday.
French auto parts maker Faurecia maintained first-half profitability despite a China-led decline in auto production and the loss of seating contracts, the company said on Tuesday.
French auto parts maker Faurecia is weathering the global auto market downturn and will reiterate its 2019 guidance later this month, Chief Executive Patrick Koller said.
French car parts group Faurecia on Tuesday reported a slight rise in first-quarter sales, and added that it was on track to meet its full-year financial target.
French auto equipment supplier Faurecia SA said on Friday shareholders of Japan's Clarion Co Ltd have tendered 95.28 percent of the car equipment maker's shares in its offer.
French car parts company Faurecia <EPED.PA> said on Monday that it hoped to outperform the market in 2019, even though it cautioned it expected automotive production in general to be slightly negative this year.
French car parts company Faurecia said it would launch on Jan. 30 its tender offer to buy out Japanese car navigation system maker Clarion as part of its previously announced $1.3 billion (£989.12 million) takeover of Clarion from Hitachi.
France's Faurecia <EPED.PA> has agreed a 141 billion yen (1 billion pounds) deal to buy Japanese car navigation system maker Clarion <6796.T> from Hitachi <6501.T> to strengthen its presence in new auto technologies.
France's Faurecia <EPED.PA> has agreed a 141 billion yen ($1.3 billion) deal to buy Japanese car navigation system maker Clarion <6796.T> from Hitachi <6501.T> to strengthen its presence in new auto technologies.
French car parts maker Faurecia SA <EPED.PA> is set to buy a majority stake in Japanese car navigation system maker Clarion Co <6796.T> from Hitachi Ltd <6501.T> for around 80 billion yen ($710 million), the Nikkei reported on Thursday.
French car parts maker Faurecia SA is set to buy a majority stake in Japanese car navigation system maker Clarion Co from Hitachi Ltd for around 80 billion yen ($710 million), the Nikkei reported on Thursday.
* Faurecia shares had risen 77 pct in 2017 (Adds share price reaction, analyst comment)
French car parts group Faurecia posted higher first-half profit and raised its 2018 outlook, underpinned by upbeat growth and sales of car seats material.
* PROMETHIENT DESIGNS AND PRODUCES THERMAVANCE, A CLIMATE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
French car parts group Faurecia outlined plans on Tuesday to increase its sales via growth in areas such as autonomous driving, and new high-tech vehicles.
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