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Faurecia End-Dec Liquidity Over EUR 3 Bln
Car parts group Faurecia successfully prices an additional €190 million of 2.375% senior notes due 2027
Faurecia's PSA-Nominated Board Members Resign
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.
Auto & Truck Parts
23-27 Avenue des Champs Pierreux
Michel de Rosen
Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Director
Executive Vice President, Group Chief Financial Officer; Member of the Executive Committee
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Member of the Executive Committee, Board Secretary
Executive Vice President, Sales & Program Management; Member of the Executive Committee
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Peugeot maker PSA Group <PEUP.PA> on Thursday said it had raised 308 million euros ($364 million) from selling about 7% of car parts firm Faurecia <EPED.PA> to investors, with proceeds due to be paid out to shareholders after it merges with Fiat Chrysler.
Shares in Fiat Chrysler (FCA) rose sharply in Milan on Tuesday after the car maker and French partner PSA revised the terms of their merger deal, with FCA's shareholders getting a smaller cash payout but a stake in another business.
Carmakers PSA and Fiat Chrysler (FCA) have revised the terms of their planned merger, a source said on Monday, adding PSA would hold onto parts maker Faurecia and FCA would cut the cash portion of a 5.5 billion euro special dividend.
French car parts group Faurecia said on Monday it expects to return to profit and cash generation in the second half of the year helped by cost controls after reporting a first-half operating loss due to the COVID-19 crisis.
French car parts group Faurecia said on Monday it expects to return to profit and cash generation in the second half of the year on the back of cost controls, after reporting an operating loss in the first half due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Faurecia expects a 65% to 70% fall in second-quarter sales in Europe and North America due to the coronavirus crisis, Chief Financial Officer Michel Favre told the French car parts maker's annual shareholders meeting on Friday.
French car parts maker Faurecia expects its sales to fall 65% to 70% in the second quarter in Europe and North America, due to the coronavirus crisis, Chief Financial Officer Michel Favre told its annual shareholders meeting on Friday.
Faurecia's <EPED.PA> first quarter sales fell by 13.5% due to the coronavirus crisis, the French car parts maker said on Monday, adding that it hoped for a full return to full capacity at its Chinese factories by May.
French car parts company Faurecia reported a 13.5% drop in first-quarter sales on Monday citing the impact of the coronanavirus crisis.
* IS NOT CURRENTLY IN POSITION TO PRESENT NEW FINANCIAL OBJECTIVES FOR 2020 AND WILL DO SO WHEN SITUATION IS STABILIZED AND OFFERS MORE VISIBILITY TO GROUP
* FAURECIA STRENGTHENS ITS LIQUIDITY BY 800 MILLION EUROS TO FACE ANY POTENTIAL SCENARIO RELATED TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS
French car parts company Faurecia abandoned on Friday its financial guidance, due to the hit to its business caused by the coronavirus crisis.
* FULL-YEAR 2020 FINANCIAL OBJECTIVES THAT FAURECIA ANNOUNCED ON FEBRUARY 17 ARE NO LONGER RELEVANT
* SAYS WILL TEMPORARILY SHUT DOWN MOST OF ITS PRODUCTION SITES IN EUROPE IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS Further company coverage: (Paris Newsroom)
French car parts company Faurecia hopes to re-open seven sites in China this Friday, Chief Executive Patrick Koller told reporters.
French car parts group Faurecia <EPED.PA> reported a rise in annual profits and sales, and added it was targeting further growth for 2020 even though market conditions would be challenging this year.
Fiat Chrysler <FCHA.MI> will pay its shareholders a 5.5 billion euro ($6.1 billion) special dividend under a proposed tie-up scheme with French rival Peugeot <PEUP.PA>, two sources close to the matter said on Wednesday.
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.
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