Sales of Faurecia emissions controls, tested in Columbus, OH, up 20.7% in 2011.
PARIS – The buoyant North American market and increasing demands for improved emissions controls helped push Faurecia, the parts subsidiary of PSA Peugeot Citroen, to record growth and profits in 2011. Group sales were up 17.4% to E16.2 billion ($21.5 million) and operating profits rose 43% to E651 million ($865 million), or 4% of sales. Sales in North America jumped 35% year-on-year to E1.4 billion ($1.9 billion) as light-vehicle output increased 11%. Faurecia began investing in ...
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