Unit sales at the Alliance rose seven percent to 5,268,079 vehicles in the first half of the calendar year resulting from an increased demand for models from the French and Japanese brands, and the first semester sales contribution from new Alliance member Mitsubishi Motors.
PARIS (March 14, 2017) - Ashwani Gupta Appointed Alliance Senior Vice President of the Renault-Nissan LCV Business Unit, effective April 1
- Move expected to expand light commercial vehicle market leadership under a single business unit and boost sales by unleashing the full potential of Renault’s van expertise and Nissan’s truck know-how in key markets.
- Alliance partners to create more synergies by having one business unit, while ensuring brand differentiation, maximizing cross-development and cross-manufacturing, technology sharing and cost reduction.
November 29, 2016 -
- Renault and Nissan promoted several women to key executive leadership positions in 2016.
- At Renault, one-quarter of the Executive Committee are women.
- At Nissan, the percentage of women in management positions in Japan is more than double the national average for large manufacturers.
- Renault and Nissan are being widely recognized for the Alliance’s commitment to gender equality.
Purchasing, powertrain and vehicle engineering areas remain the biggest contributors to synergies “Non-traditional” business functions, such as sales and marketing, increase contributions Moving forward, synergies are expected to accelerate with “convergence” in four key business functions PARIS and YOKOHAMA (July 2, 2014) — The Renault-Nissan Alliance posted record synergies of […]