Drive the Change
2016-Renault Drive the Change strategic plan is built on a 6 year period with a mid-term end of 2013. Its main objectives for the volume growth of the group and the creation of free cash flow in a sustainable way. The Renault group acts on seven major levers for achieving these objectives:- The continuation of its policy of innovation
In 1999, Renault bought Dacia, the Romanian car manufacturer first, and modernize its facilities. Dacia values are simplicity, modernity and Allied strength at a price / performance ratio unpublished.
In 2012, Dacia is investing in new vehicle segments by expanding its range MPVs with Lodgy, and commercial vehicles with Dokker and Dokker Van.
On 7 April 2010, the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG have announced a broad strategic cooperation. The successor to the current smart fortwo, a new smart four-seater and future Renault Twingo model and will be made from a jointly developed architecture.
Concluded in March 1999, the Renault-Nissan Alliance is the first industrial and commercial partnership of its kind between a French company and a Japanese company. Today is a great success since the Alliance is the third largest automobile producer (2011 sales). Renault and Nissan are united for performance through sharing of best practices. The two groups have created a joint venture led by a Management Board in charge of the joint strategy and cooperation. These collaborations continue to strengthen in all areas, from production to marketing. The Alliance has created a particular shopping company town, RNPO (Renault Nissan Purchasing Organization) which covers 92% of purchases of both groups.
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Ultra-modern industrial complex, design center, successful models ... In the Brazilian market growth, Renault reported a continued increase in sales, and is the fifth manufacturer in the country. Brazil is the second market of the Group.
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Renault in Russia
Present in Russia since the early twentieth century, Renault has developed marketing its vehicles in the country by creating Avtoframos company in 1998. In 2008, Renault signed a strategic partnership with AvtoVAZ. Objective: To support the rapid growth of the automotive market in this country tends to assert itself as the first market in Europe. In early 2012, a new production line was inaugurated by the Renault-Nissan Alliance in the Togliatti plant, biggest car factory in the world.
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