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Magneti Marelli

Magneti Marelli S.p.A.
A subsidiary of FCA Italy
Industry Automotive
Founded 1919
Founder Fiat and Ercole Marelli
Headquarters Corbetta, Italy
Key people
Sergio Marchionne (chairman)
Eugenio Razelli (CEO)
Products Automotive components
Revenue 5.9 billion (2013)[1]
Number of employees
38,000 (2013)[2]
Subsidiaries Automotive Lighting
Website http://www.magnetimarelli.com

Magneti Marelli S.p.A. is an Italian company which deals with development and manufacturing of systems, modules and high-technology components for the automotive industry. A subsidiary of FCA Italy, it has 38,000 employees and a turnover of 23 billion euro in 2013.[2]

Headquartered in Corbetta (province of Milan), the company includes 85 manufacturing plants, 12 R&D centres and 26 application centers in 19 countries.[2]

Magneti Marelli was founded in 1919 as a joint-venture between Fiat and Ercole Marelli, and was named as F.I.M.M. - Fabbrica Italiana Magneti Marelli; the first plant was established in Sesto San Giovanni near Milan, Italy. The company started as a magneto and electrical equipment manufacturer.

Magneti Marelli currently deals with intelligent systems for active and passive safety of vehicles, as well as in the powertrain area.

The business lines include automotive lighting systems, body control systems, powertrain control systems, electronic instrument clusters, telematics systems, and computers, suspension systems and components, exhaust systems, and motorsport, wherein Magneti Marelli develops specific electronic systems for Formula One,[3] Motorcycle Grand Prix and the World Rally Championship.

Subsidiaries and brands of the company include AL-Automotive Lighting, Carello, Cromodora, Cofap, Ergom Automotive, Jaeger, Mako Elektrik, Paraflu, Seima, Siem SpA, Solex, Veglia Borletti, Vitaloni and Weber.

Magneti Marelli worked with Ford Motor Company and Microsoft Auto to develop an in-dash computer (carputer) for Ford's work truck division introduced in 2008 — with a built-in 6.5-inch, high-resolution touch screen and Bluetooth, USB connectivity, GPS Navigation, voice recognition, as well as general office applications, e.g., word processing, contact, and calendar.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ (PDF) Annual Report http://www.fcagroup.com/en-US/investor_relations/financial_reports/FiatDocuments/Bilanci/2013/2013_annual_report.pdf?redirectFromFiatspa=1=Fiat Annual Report . 
  2. ^ a b c "Company". magnetimarelli.com. Retrieved 2013-08-04. 
  3. ^ "Formula One kinetic energy recovery rigs debut". Retrieved 2009-01-31. 
  4. ^ "Ford "Work Solutions" Makes Trucks Smart—Ford Smart". Jalopnik.com, Ben Wojdyla, Feb 6 2008. 

External links

  • Magneti Marelli Holding S.p.A.
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