Automotive equipment


Waste Management
and Environment
Sustainable Dev.
-  12 September 2017

Tomorrow’s clean connected car

Environmental standards are undergoing constant change. At Plastic Omnium, we take these standards into account to invent tomorrow’s vehicle, embedding innovations in a sustainable development approach. Our goal is to offer automakers cutting-edge equipment and solutions that will bring to life tomorrow’s clean, connected car.

Read more
-  11 September 2017

Plastic Omnium at the 67th Frankfurt Motor Show: Tomorrow’s clean, connected car

Plastic Omnium, the world leader in exterior products and modules and fuel systems, is presenting for the first time at the Frankfurt Motor Show a concept car that demonstrates the company’s contribution to the clean, connected car for 2030.

Read more
-  30 August 2017

IAA 2017

Read more
-  03 July 2017

Disposal of the Truck business

On June 30, 2017, Plastic Omnium definitively sold its Truck composites business to the German group mutares AG.
This body parts and structure design and manufacturing business for the truck industry, which employs 1,500 people, had revenue of approx. €200 million in 2016 for its 9 production sites (5 in France, 1 in Germany, 1 in Mexico and 2 in China). Its sale will have an accretive impact on the Group's profitability.

Read more
-  19 April 2017

PLASTIC OMNIUM IN CHINA: Continued strong growth, Revenue set to double to €1.3 billion in 2021

Exhibiting at Auto Shanghai for the 3rd time, Plastic Omnium confirms its successful development in China and capacity to pursue its growth in the biggest automotive market in the world, leading to double its revenue* to €1.3 billion in 2021. Plastic Omnium set up in China in 2007 and recorded revenue of €640 million in the Chinese market in 2016, with 26 production sites and a workforce of 5,100.
Our robust growth expectations are based on market share gains, developments with local Chinese car manufacturers, and the increase in the share of innovative products. Growth projections are backed by a comprehensive industrial network and expanded R&D capacity.

Read more