Headquarters Nanterre, France
Location 274 sites and 30 R&D centers in 34 countries
CEO Yann Delabrière
Business Groups Automotive Seating, Emissions Control Technologies, Interior Systems and Automotive Exteriors
Sales €17.4 billion in 2012
Listed on NYSE Euronext Paris stock exchange
Shareholder PSA (Approx. 57,4％）
Bertrand Faure opens a workshop to produce seats for trams and Metro trains. His company is known as the Bertrand Faure Group or BFG.
BFG acquires Epéda spring patent and begins production of seating systems for the automotive market.
Peugeot begins production of automotive components, bicycles, and motorcycles through subsidiaries Aciers et Outillage Peugeot and Peugeot Cycles.
Aciers et Outillage Peugeot and Peugeot Cycles are merged to form ECIA; Faure acquires Delsey and Luchaire.
BFG is acquired in a LBO backed by Michelin, Michel Thierry, Peugeot, and others to block a takeover attempt by Valeo.
BFG acquires Rentrop in Germany.
BFG agrees to be acquired by ECIA, forming Faurecia.
HISTORY FAURECIA JAPAN KK
Founded Faurecia Japon KK at Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Moved to Kohoku-ku, Yokohama
Faurecia Japon KK and Faurecia Interior Systems KK are merged to form Faurecia Japan KK
Interior Div. awarded Mazda Quality Guarantee System Certificate
Moved to Naka-ku, Yokohama
Moved to Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama