Cummins has taken over two Faurecia commercial vehicle manufacturing plants and their related activities, one in Columbus, Indiana (U.S.), and one in Roermond, Netherlands, for €199.2 million in order to ensure the long-term supply of aftertreatment components and assemblies. Faurecia is a global automotive technology leader and company of the FORVIA Group.

Faurecia has been a partner and supplier to Cummins for more than a decade. Faurecia remains a supplier to Cummins in India, China, South Africa and South America.

Cummins buys Faurecia

“We announced our intent to acquire this portion of Faurecia’s business in May of 2023, and the Cummins, Faurecia and FORVIA teams have put forth incredible effort to push this across the finish line in recent months,” said Vice President of Cummins Emission Solutions Cary Chenanda. “This acquisition provides an opportunity for the Cummins Emission Solutions business to ensure continued access to the technology and facilities it needs to meet current and future demand for low-emissions products and to ensure continuity for both the employees and customers of the acquired manufacturing facilities. I am energized by the opportunity to work alongside our outstanding new colleagues and to serve the customers that put their trust in us.”


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