Renault and Nissan narrow ties

Renault and Nissan narrow ties

About to turn 15 years of partnership, Renault and Nissan announce an alliance even closer.

Just as the Fiat-Chrysler conglomerate is headed by a single executive. The same happens with the Renault-Nissan alliance, which is chaired by Brazilian Carlos Ghosh.

The new union will come into force on April 1, will have four areas aimed at: Management Engineering, Manufacturing and Logistics, Purchasing and Human Resources.

New executive vice presidents were presented. The company's goal is to achieve the minimum target of € 4.3 billion profit by 2016.

The connection between the companies was born on March 27, 1999, since then the group has partners like Damiler, Mitsubishi, AvtoVAZ, Ashok Leyland and Dongfeng.

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