Analysis Report by Component : Exhaust Systems (U.S. and European Markets)

2016/09/30

List of exhaust systems suppliers

Faurecia Tenneco Eberspaecher Friedrich Boysen Magneti Marelli
Corning Continental-Emitec BASF Johnson Matthey Umicore

Go to Exhaust Systems (Japanese Market)



I. Introduction

The growing need for clean and eco-friendly engines is an undisputable fact, based on the tightening of global regulations calling for lower CO2 emissions, enhanced fuel efficiency, and lower emissions of harmful toxins such as hydrocarbon (HC), Nitrogen Oxide (NOx), and carbon monoxide (CO). In order to respond to this need, OEMs along with auto parts suppliers are making strong efforts to reduce the weight of every automotive part produced, improve fuel efficiency, and purify exhaust emissions. Engine performance has a direct link to fuel efficiency and exhaust emissions. As a result, there are tough demands being put on enhancing the performance of exhaust-system parts, improving lubrication and driving systems, and controlling and optimizing engine combustion.
Catalytic converters are some of the auto components used to directly purify exhaust-gas emissions. In addition to raising the performance of catalytic converters, it is necessary to measure the ultimate catalytic effect and back pressure (exhaust pressure) in each engine mounted on vehicles. With restrictions placed on the layout of vehicle underfloors, the following also are factors when it comes to designing exhaust systems: the handling of exhaust pipes and tubes such as mufflers and silencers, the catalytic converter shell-shape, the exhaust manifold's pipe length and branched shape, the shape of the inner walls, and the heat capacity of the exhaust path.



II. Outline of Exhaust-system Parts

1) Exhaust-systems parts covered in this report

  • Exhaust manifolds
  • Exhaust pipes*
  • Mufflers*
  • Catalytic carriers
  • Catalytic washcoats
  • Catalytic converters and catalytic cannings
  • Diesel catalytic converters (including SCR systems)
  • DPFs (Diesel particulate filters)

*Unless there are particular reasons to the contrary, for the purpose of simplicity, exhaust piping and tubing will be referred to as "exhaust pipes" and "mufflers and silencers" will be referred to as "mufflers".

The following parts are not covered in this report.

  • Exhaust gas sensors such as O2 sensors
  • Catalytic-converter parts such as holding material
  • Exhaust system parts equipped on mid-sized and heavy-duty commercial vehicles

A brief explanation follows about the parts covered in this report.

2) Outline of exhaust-system parts:

  • Exhaust manifolds: These are core automotive parts mounted on the exhaust ports of the engine head, forming the most upstream area of the entire exhaust system. The individual pipes for each of the engine cylinders are called "head-pipes". The downstream automotive part, where exhaust gas is collected from the multiple head-pipes, is called the "collector". Manifolds can be made from cast-iron, carbon steel, stainless steel, and other materials. In meeting stricter exhaust-gas-emissions regulations, many more catalytic converters are recently being built-in inside manifolds in order to improve purification of exhaust gases right after the start. Since the locations where manifolds are mounted can be extremely tight and narrow, some manifolds are formed of sheet metal. Also, in order for them to heat up more quickly, more of them nowadays are thinner, being made of stainless steel. In addition, many more are built with double-layered, thin steel sheet metal, in order to better retain exhaust gas.
  • Exhaust pipes: These are pipes that connect the manifold and muffler. Formerly, most of these were aluminum-coated steel pipes. However, the use of stainless steel pipes is increasing in response to the need for weight reduction and improved corrosion resistance.
  • Mufflers: Mufflers dampen acoustical energy in the exhaust-system path based on acoustic properties such as resonance and buffering. In addition, mufflers are components that contain sound-absorbing materials that reduce exhaust-system noise.
  • Catalytic carriers: Catalytic carriers (also called "substrates") refer to the bases on which precious metallic catalysts are attached. Most of them used on automobiles have honeycomb structures. Alumina was the initial material used as a ceramic for catalytic carriers, as it has a high melting point and is chemically stable with high-heat conductivity. Recently, however, in order to compensate for alumina's drawback, which is weak shock-resistance, metallic carriers are being used more often.
  • Catalytic washcoats: Catalytic washcoats refer to the elements that attach to precious metals, which are the catalytic substances or the carriers that form the bases. Precious metals and alumina that are used as the catalysts are mixed with water to form slurry. The slurry is purified and then coated on the catalytic carriers. And when the coated catalytic-substrates are fired, they attach to the carrier.
  • Catalytic converters/canning: Canning refers to the packing of a holding material into the inside of the strong shell of the catalytic converter so that even the harshest of automotive environments caused by the vibration of the rotating and running engine and by the traveling over bad roads with pot holes can be withstood, even when the washcoated catalyst is installed under the floor and directly under the exhaust manifold. Once the canning of the shell is completed, the entire shell-unit is called a catalytic converter assembly. The catalytic converter assembly is incorporated into the exhaust line by being joined to the exhaust pipe and exhaust manifold either with flanges or through being welded. For the sake of this report, the completed catalytic-converter assembly, the finished shell, and the canning process are referred to collectively as "catalytic converter/canning".
  • Diesel catalytic converters/SCR catalysts: In Europe, where diesel engines were popular even from before the 1980's, diesel oxidation catalysts were used, in order to treat carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon in line with exhaust-gas-emission regulations becoming stricter over time. Gasoline engines generally use three-way oxidation-reduction catalysts to treat harmful substances such as carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, and nitrogen oxide (NOx). On the other hand, because excess oxygen is contained in exhaust gas from diesel engines NOx cannot be separated out and therefore three-way catalysts cannot treat NOx. The way NOx can be treated is by lowering the in-cylinder combustion temperature through EGR control because this reduces NOx to some degree. However, recently, under tighter NOx reduction regulations around the world, NOx cannot be controlled only through EGR control alone, making this method harder to reduce NOx enough to pass the minimum NOx regulation values. So other means of control are needed. Some of which are NOx adsorbers or traps and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalysts. SCRs catalysts in particular were being equipped first on heavy-duty commercial vehicles, timed to the introduction of the Euro 5 Regulations. Since then, they are being widely equipped on regular passenger cars also, as nowadays they are in general use in both the USA and Japan.
  • Diesel particulate filters (DPFs): A serious problem under NOx gas emission regulations is the requirement to reduce both NOx and particulate matter (PM). Nowadays, DPFs are being used to remove PM, being equipped on a wide range of models.


III: Recent business activities at major Exhaust-system-parts Suppliers

1) General business developments:

  • The world's major exhaust-system parts suppliers (when excluding catalysts) are Faurecia (France); Tenneco (USA); Eberspaecher, Friedrich Boysen, and Benteler (Germany); Magneti Marelli (Italy), and Bosal (Belgium). (This list excludes Japan-based suppliers that are not included in this report.)
  • The major catalytic carrier, DPF, and SCR suppliers are Corning (USA) and Continental Emitec (Germany). Major catalytic washcoat suppliers are BASF (Germany), Catalar (Japan), Johnson Matthey (UK), Umicor (Belgium), and CDTI (Clean Diesel Technologies, formerly Catalytic Solutions) (USA).
  • Suppliers have been reorganizing their plant locations and increasing production capacity these past few years, in order to optimize their operations. On the other hand, OEMs seek comprehensive system suppliers that can design, manufacture, and deliver all pf their exhaust-system requirements, which includes both "hot-end" parts, i.e., exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, etc.; and "cold end" parts such as mufflers.

2) Recent business developments by supplier

[Exhaust-system-parts suppliers]

Faurecia S.A.

  • Faurecia is a major automotive-parts supplier based in France, mainly engaged in exhaust systems, seat systems, and interior systems. These three business sectors vie to maintain a good balance in terms of companywide sales on a percentage basis, although the exhaust-system sector leads, accounting for 40% of total sales, generating EUR 4,450 million in the fiscal year that ended in Dec. 2015. (However, 2015 total sales include sales at the exterior trim/parts business that was sold in 2016.)
  • Faurecia has the world's largest market share in terms of exhaust systems delivered to both passenger cars and commercial vehicles. It is a major, comprehensive supplier delivering products such as exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters, SCR converters, DPFs, and mufflers.
  • Recent product developments: One includes the world's first gasoline particulate filter (GPF). GPFs, which use cordierite, differ from DPFs that use silicon carbide. These comply with Euro 6c exhaust-gas regulations that will go into effect from September 2017. The Company began delivering them to high-end, luxury models built by European OEMs from 2014.
  • Recently, most of the company's new production plants have been in the seat sector. In the exhaust-system sector, in 2013 it established Faurecia PowerGreen Emissions Control Technologies Co., Ltd., a joint venture with Suzhou PowerGreen Emission Solution System. Since then, the company hasn't made any noteworthy expansions. In terms of R&D locations, it opened a technical center in 2014 in India, which specializes in emissions control systems. Other than that, it hasn't any other recent developments.

Tenneco Inc.

  • Tenneco is a major supplier based in the USA, which is engaged in two business areas. One is the clean-air business (exhaust systems) and the other is the ride-performance business (shock absorbers, suspension systems). In the fiscal year that ended in December 2015, sales at the exhaust-system business, which is a major business sector of the company, were EUR 5,723 million, which accounted for 70% of companywide sales.
  • Recent product developments: New products in the exhaust-purification area include a gasoline particulate filter for direct-injection gasoline engines developed in August 2015. (This is a product that Faurecia already commercialized.) In addition, although not in the exhaust-system product lineup, the company announced its latest generation product, which is an electronic backpressure variable control valve that controls exhaust-system noise.
  • Compared to its rival Faurecia, the company is more active in terms of making capital investments in new production plants for exhaust systems.
  • August 2016: The company established a clean-air production plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, USA. The company has another plant (650 employees) in Tennessee, in Smithville, so this is its second plant in Tennessee. The new plant is scheduled to go online within 2016 and supply products to GM's plant in Spring Hill. It plans to increase the number of employees to 175 by 2019.
  • August 2016: The company established a clean-air plant in Lansing, Michigan, to assemble and finish exhaust systems manufactured at the company's plant in Litchfield, Michigan. It plans to start delivering them to platforms used for cross-over models such as GM's GMC Acadia, Buick Enclave, and Chevrolet Traverse, which are being built at GM's plant in Lansing, Michigan.
  • Sep. 2014: The company opened a new facility to conduct R&D activities and production operations in Kunshan, Jiangsu Prov., China. The new facility will design, develop, and produce exhaust-system products and systems for the commercial-truck sector. It will also support the commercial-truck and off-highway vehicle markets in the Asia/Pacific Region.
  • Oct. 2013: The company opened its sixth production plant in India; in Chakan in the outskirts of Pune. The new plant will manufacture exhaust-system products and ride-control products. It has a daily production capacity of over 2,500 units of exhaust-system products.

J. Eberspaecher GmbH & Co. KG

  • Based in Germany, J. Eberspaecher's main businesses are exhaust systems, heating systems (including Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) heaters), and commercial-vehicle air-conditioning systems. Sales at the exhaust-systems business, which is the focus of this report, were EUR 3,120 million, accounting for more than 85% of companywide sales in the fiscal year that ended in Dec. 2014.
  • The company is a major, comprehensive exhaust-system supplier, producing manifolds, catalytic converters, SCR converters, DPFs, and mufflers.
  • Taking advantage of its position as an exhaust-system supplier, as well as a heating-system supplier, it is working to increase sales of general automotive thermal management systems such as pre-heaters and heat-recovery systems. Eberspaecher and Calsonic Kansei (which is based in Japan) have similar business strategies, i.e. they both do business in exhaust systems and climate-control systems.
  • Although exhaust systems account for a major part of the company's business, the company opened its last, notable new exhaust-system plant in May 2015, in Wilsdruff, Saxony, Germany. This plant mainly manufactures commercial-vehicle exhaust systems that comply with Euro 6 exhaust-gas regulations. More than 300 individuals work at the plant, which has a production capacity of 150,000 exhaust systems per year.
  • In addition to investing in Europe, the company invested in production plants in China between 2013 and 2014. In June 2013, the company constructed its Asian headquarters and first exhaust-system plant in China, in the Jiading District, Shanghai. This plant produces catalytic converters, manifold catalytic modules, and mufflers for European and Asian OEMs. It builds complete exhaust systems for Chinese commercial vehicles. In addition, the company established Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology Xi'an Co., Ltd., a joint venture with Shaanxi Wanfang Autoparts that is part of the Shaanxi Automobile Group. This joint venture launched operations in 2014, manufacturing exhaust systems for diesel and compressed natural gas (CNG) engines.

Friedrich Boysen GmbH & Co. KG

  • Friedrich Boysen is a German automotive parts supplier specializing in exhaust-system products. It produces manifolds, which are at the start of the exhaust system, up to tailpipes which are at the end, not only for passenger cars but also for commercial vehicles.
  • Although it delivers products mainly to German OEMs, it was discovered in compiling this report that the company delivers to many models and variations built by the German OEMs. The company's sales were EUR 1,460 million, which is 50% of those at Eberspaecher, the leading German supplier of exhaust systems.

Benteler Deutschland GmbH

  • Benteler Deutschland is based in Germany and specializes in metal-processed products. It engages in three business areas: automotive parts, steel/tubing for both the automotive and non-automotive sectors, and logistics. Its automotive business consists of three product areas: chassis module parts, structural parts, and engine/exhaust system parts.
  • Sales at the automotive parts business were EUR 5,782 million, accounting for 76% of companywide sales. However, the company does not disclose the breakdown of sales by business within the automotive parts business.
  • One of its unique products is a single-unit component in which an exhaust manifold and turbine housing (like Hitachi Metal's "maniturbo") were integrated. It is delivering this component to BorgWarner, a turbocharger supplier.

Magneti Marelli Holding S.p.A.

  • The company is a major automotive parts supplier in based in Italy. It is engaged in manufacturing automotive parts and major components such as lighting systems, powertrains, exhaust systems, electronics systems, suspension systems, plastic parts, modules, etc. As a result, its total business operations surpass those of the top exhaust-system mainly suppliers; however, its exhaust-system business lags that of its competitors such as Faurecia. Since the company does not disclose its sales by sector or business division, it is not exactly clear what percentage its exhaust-systems business accounts for total companywide sales. However, it is believed that the exhaust-system business doesn't account for a very high percentage, when taking into consideration the company's global share of the exhaust-system market.
  • The company manufactures a full line of exhaust system components, from exhaust manifolds that are at the start of the exhaust system, up to the tailpipes that are at the very end. Although the company hasn't released any noteworthy products over the past few years, it nevertheless has commercialized products that are coming into common use, such as thin-walled, stainless-steel, dual layer exhaust manifolds and single-unit DPF/urea SCR exhaust after-treatment systems.
  • Its latest exhaust-system production plant is the maniverter exhaust-manifold plant it built in September 2014 in Independence Township, Michigan. Other than this plant, the company hasn't made any noteworthy capital investments in its exhaust-system business. Instead, it has been focusing on constructing lighting system, suspension-system, and electronics production plants and facilities.

[Catalyst Suppliers]

Corning Incorporated

  • Corning, based in the USA, is the world's largest manufacturer of glass products. It consists three product sectors: glass, optical products, and ceramics. For the automotive market, the company manufactures display glass, honeycomb catalytic carriers, DPFs, and other products.
  • The company is the world's leading supplier of ceramic catalytic carriers. These are products made by the Environmental Technologies Segment, which generates 12% of the company's sales.
  • The company was quick to develop honeycomb catalysts in the 1970s, at the time when pellet catalysts were the main type of catalysts. Currently, Corning's catalytic carriers are being mounted on numerous vehicle models all over the world such as in the USA, Japan, China, and other Asian countries.
  • The company manufactures catalytic carriers at its production plants in the USA, China, Germany, and South Africa.

Continental Emitec GmbH

  • The company, headquartered in Germany, is a supplier manufacturing metal catalytic carriers, DPFs, SCR catalysts, and control modules, which are a line of products in the exhaust after-treatment sector. Previously, the company was a 50-50 joint venture between Continental AG (Germany) and GKN Plc (UK). However, in July 2014, it became a wholly owned subsidiary of Continental AG. It was merged into Continental's powertrain business, becoming the Fuel & Exhaust Management business. To this day, the Emitec brand name continues to remain.
  • The company manufactures metal catalysts, which are widely being mounted on sports-car models that require higher performance in terms of vibration and heat resistance, which are properties that metal catalysts excel in, compared to ceramic catalysts. For example, they are being mounted on premium sports cars such as those built by Bugatti, Ferrari, Mercedes-AMG, and Porsche; as well as on sports cars built by Audi, BMW, Fiat, Honda, Renault, and Volkswagen.
  • When the company initially started manufacturing SCR catalysts, it manufactured nothing but SCR catalysts. However now, in line with the development of control systems, the company bought Grundfos NoNOx A/S (Denmark) in 2010 and builds integrated SCR systems

BASF Corporation/BASF SE

  • The company has the world's second largest share of the automotive catalytic washcoat market.
  • The parent company, BASF SE, is a global chemical manufacturer headquartered in Germany. However, the catalytic converter business is headquartered in New Jersey, USA, at BASF Corporation. In addition to the headquarters function in New Jersey, the company has R&D, production, and sales functions throughout North America. In addition, the company has operations in various locations around the world. Germany is, of course, the location of its main functions in Europe that include an R&D function conducting engine research, as well as several production plants and offices, like it does in the USA.
  • The company's catalyst business is not only for the automotive industry. In addition, it is expanding its business in fluidized catalytic cracking that is used in industrial chemical catalysts and petroleum refining processes. As of the fiscal year that ended in Dec. 2015, the automotive catalytic business accounted for 61% of companywide sales, the highest percentage among the company's businesses.
  • The company delivers catalytic products for gasoline and diesel engines mounted on a wide variety of vehicles such as passenger cars, commercial vehicles, off-road vehicles, and motorcycles.
  • The following is the breakdown of the catalytic business by region as of the fiscal year that ended in Dec. 2015: Europe (38%), North America (33%), Asia (31%), and South America (8%). In conducting the research for this report, it was noted that the company delivers to numerous vehicle models built in the USA and also Japan.
  • The company recently constructed new production plants in Poland (2014) and India (2016), and expanded its production plant in Shanghai, China in 2015.

Johnson Matthey Plc

  • The company is a chemical manufacturer based in the UK, specializing in catalysts, fine chemicals, and precious metals. It is comprised of three businesses: the exhaust-system control business that includes catalytic washcoats, the precious-metals products business, and new-sector business.
  • The company is expanding its catalytic washcoat business globally. It is highlighting its advantages in diesel-engine catalysts for passenger cars and heavy-duty commercial vehicles. In addition, it is conducting washcoat processes on three-way catalysts, SCR catalysts, and NOx storage catalysts. Its new-sector business manufactures automotive catalysts for fuel-cell battery vehicles, and lithium-ion battery systems.
  • The business that generated the highest percentage of the company's total GBP 10,060 million in sales for the fiscal year that ended in Dec. 2015 was the precious-metal products division, which generated 57% of the total. The next highest was the exhaust-system control business that generated 33%, which was a 14.6% y/y increase.
  • Its last noteworthy capital investment was expanding its catalyst production plant in Macedonia in May 2012. After that, it hasn't invested in any noteworthy projects.

N.V. Umicore S.A.

  • N.V. Umicore is a Belgium-based general manufacture dealing in metals and mining. In addition to delivering products to the automotive industry, it delivers them to a wide range of industries such as the electric/electronic, construction, machinery, and chemical industries. As for automotive exhaust-system products, the company is one of the world's largest suppliers of catalytic washcoats.
  • In addition to manufacturing catalytic washcoats as automotive functional products, the company also manufactures electrode materials for fuel-cell catalysts and nickel hydrogen batteries. Furthermore, the company is a major parts supplier delivering energy-saving products for eco-cars.

Production Plants / R&D Technical Centers

Friedrich Boysen
(Germany)
Eberspaecher
(Germany)
Faurecia
(France)
Magneti Marelli
(Italy)
Tenneco
(USA)
Asia/Pacific
Australia Production plant
R&D center
China Production plant Production plant Production plant
R&D center
Production plant Production plant
R&D center
India Production plant Production plant
R&D center
Production plant Production plant
Japan Production plant
R&D center
Korea Production plant Production plant Production plant
Malaysia Production plant
Thailand Production plant Production plant
The Americas
Argentina Production plant Production plant
Brazil Production plant Production plant Production plant Production plant
R&D center
Canada Production plant Production plant
Mexico Production plant Production plant
USA Production plant Production plant Production plant Production plant Production plant
R&D center
Europe
Belgium Production plant
Czech Republic Production plant Production plant Production plant
France Production plant Production plant Production plant Production plant
Germany Production plant
R&D center
Production plant Production plant Production plant
R&D center
Hungary Production plant Production plant
Italy Production plant Production plant Production plant
Netherlands Production plant
Poland R&D center Production plant Production plant
R&D center
Portugal Production plant Production plant
Russia Production plant Production plant Production plant
Spain Production plant Production plant Production plant
Sweden Production plant Production plant Production plant
Denmark Production plant
Turkey Production plant Production plant
UK Production plant Production plant Production plant
Serbia Production plant
Romania Production plant
Middle East/Africa
Egypt Production plant
South Africa Production plant Production plant Production plant Production plant

Only production plants and R&D centers dealing in exhaust-system products* have been listed here.
*Exhaust systems, exhaust pipes, mufflers, catalytic converters, exhaust manifolds, ad Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs).

3) Charts of major collaborations and joint ventures





Ⅳ. List of major exhaust-systems-parts suppliers and their OEM customers

  • US-based OEMs deal with not just one supplier but with a wide number of exhaust-system-parts suppliers.
  • There is not a notable tendency in the European and US markets for OEMs to conduct business only within their own affiliated companies or company groups, which is a notable tendency seen between Japanese OEMs and Japanese suppliers. Nevertheless, there seems to be a tendency for OEMs to keep conducting business with suppliers that are either based in their own countries or who are the same nationalities.
  • However, Volkswagen tends to differ from the above because Volkswagen, instead of dealing with German exhaust-system suppliers, has a notable tendency to deal with France-based Faurecia in Europe and USA-based Tenneco in the USA. This is supported by the fact that Faurecia and Tenneco conduct a wide and diverse variety of business with OEMs, regardless of the OEMs' home countries or nationalities. On the other hand, the German exhaust-system suppliers mainly deal with German OEMs, with Volkswagen being the exception.

E: exhaust manifolds, P: exhaust pipes, M: mufflers, Cr: catalystic carriers, W: catalytic washcoats, Cg: catalytic converters/cannings, D: DPFs, S: SCRs, G: EGRs

Models
(OEM)
Regions Faurecia
(France)
Tenneco
(USA)
Eberspaecher
(Germany)
Friedrich Boysen
(Germany)
Magneti Marelli
(Italy)
Bosal
(Belgium)
Corning
(USA)
Continental Emitec
(Germany)
BASF
(Germany/USA)
Others
Alfa Romeo Europe E/P/M Akrapovic; M
Aston Martin Europe Cr
Audi Europe E/P/M/
Cg/D
M P/M/Cg M/Cg Cr Cr/D/G W Volkswagen; Cg
Bosch; G
KSPG; G
Valeo; G
BorgWaner; G
AvtoVAZ Europe Motor Super; M
Bentley Europe M Cg W
BMW Europe E/Cg M/Cg P/M/Cg P/M/Cg Cr W KSPG; G
BorgWaner; G
Americas E/P/M/Cg M/D E/M/Cg/D Cr W KSPG; G
BorgWaner; G
Chrysler Americas P/M M/D M Cr W Wescast; E
BorgWarner; G
Continental; G
DELL'ORTO; G
Citroen Europe E/P/M/
Cg/D/S
E Valeo; G
MAHLE Behr; G
Dacia Europe P/M
Daimler Europe P P/M/Cg M/Cg M/Cg Cr W Sebring; M
BorgWaner; G
Delphi; G
Americas M/Cg BorgWarner; G
Fiat Europe Cg E/P/M Wescast; E
Americas M Cr W Wescast; E
Mastra Escapamentos; P
Benteler; Cg
DELL'ORTO; G
Ford Europe E/P/Cg/D P
Americas E/P/
Cg/D/G
P/Cg W Wescast; E
SCAPEX; P/Cg
Valeo; G
Mitsubishi Electric; G
GM Americas P/M/Cg E/P/M/
Cg/D/G
E/P/M/Cg Cr Wescast; E
Continental; G
Honda Americas Cr Yutaka Giken; Cg
Continental; G
Keihin; G
Hyundai Europe E/Cg
Americas E/P/M/D
Jaguar
Land Rover
Europe P/M P/M/Cg Cr Denso; G
MAHLE Behr; G
Kia Europe E/P/M C
Lancia Europe P
Nissan Europe Cg E Calsonic Kansei; P
Americas P Cr W Calsonic Kansei; Cg
Delphi; G
KSPG; G
Opel /
Vauxhall
Europe P E/P P catler; Cr
KSPG; G
Americas
Peugeot Europe E/P/M/
Cg/D/S
Porsche Europe Cg Benteler; Cg
Renault Europe E/Cg BorgWarner; G
Americas SCAPEX; P
SEAT Europe Cr D W
Skoda Europe M Cr Cr/D/G
Subaru Americas ELSA; P/M/Cg
Toyota Europe E Futaba Czech M
Americas P/M/Cg
Volkswagen Europe E/P/M/
Cg/D
M M Cr Cr/D/G W Volkswagen; Cg
Americas Cg P/M Volkswagen; Cg
Sogefi; D

Note) Abovementioned lists don't include the models supplied by other carmakers under an OEM agreement.



V. Major supply agreements on U.S. and European made vehicles

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Vehicles assembled in North America

Carmaker Model Code
(MY)
Exhaust
Manifold
Exhaust Pipe Muffler Catalytic Converter DPF EGR System
(Valve)
Carriers Washcoat Canning /
Assembly
BMW X3 F25
(2014)
Boysen Boysen Boysen Boysen
BMW X4 F26
(2014)
Faurecia Eberspaecher Faurecia BorgWarner
KSPG
BMW X5 F15
(2015)
Boysen (Diesel)
Faurecia
Wescast-USA
Faurecia Boysen
Faurecia
Corning BASF Boysen
Faurecia
Boysen
Eberspaecher
BMW X6 F16
(2015)
Boysen Boysen Corning BASF Boysen Boysen
Chrysler 200 CUSW
(2015)
BASF
Chrysler 300C / 300S LX
(2015)
Faurecia Corning BASF
Chrysler Dodge Journey JC
(2015)
Tenneco Corning BASF Benteler
Faurecia
(Diesel)
DELL'ORTO
Chrysler Jeep Cherokee (USA) CUSW
(2015)
Tenneco Corning BASF Eberspaecher
Chrysler Jeep Compass (USA) MK
(2014)
Wescast Faurecia Faurecia Corning
Chrysler Jeep Grand
Cherokee (USA)
WK2
(2016)
Faurecia Corning BASF Faurecia BorgWarner
Chrysler Jeep Wrangler JK
(2015)
Bosal Corning BASF Benteler
Chrysler Jeep
Wrangler Unlimited
JK
(2014)
Corning BASF Benteler
Chrysler Ram Pickup 1500 DS/DJ
(2015)
Continental
Chrysler Ram Pickup 2500 DS/DJ
(2014)
Tenneco Tenneco Continental
Chrysler Ram Pickup
3500/4500/5500
DS/DJ
(2014)
Tenneco Tenneco Continental
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
GLE Coupe (USA)
C292
(2015)
Eberspaecher Eberspaecher
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
ML-Class Petrol (USA)
W166
(2015)
Eberspaecher Eberspaecher
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
ML-Class Diesel (USA)
W166
(2015)
Eberspaecher Eberspaecher BorgWarner
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
Metris (USA)
W447
(2015)
Fiat 500 / 500c SCCS
(2014)
Wescast Corning BASF
Fiat Freemont JC
(2014)
Tenneco Corning BASF Benteler DELL'ORTO
Fiat Uno (Brazil) 327
(2012)
Mastra-
Escapamentos
Ford C-MAX C344
(2011)
Faurecia
Ford C-MAX Hybrid C344
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
Ford Eco Sport (Brazil) BK
(2012)
SCAPEX SCAPEX
Ford Edge CD4
(2015)
Wescast Faurecia Faurecia
Ford Escape ---
(2015)
Faurecia Faurecia BASF Faurecia
Ford Explorer U502
(2015)
Wescast Faurecia (2.3L)
Tenneco (3.5L)
Faurecia (2.3L)
Tenneco (3.5L)
Ford Fiesta (Mexico) B299
(2011)
Faurecia Valeo
Ford Fiesta (Brazil) B299
(2012)
SCAPEX SCAPEX
Ford Focus Mk III
(2013)
Faurecia Faurecia
Ford Focus ST (USA) Mk III
(2014)
BASF
Ford Fusion Mk II
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia
Ford Grand C-MAX C344
(2011)
Faurecia
Ford Lincoln MKC (USA) Mk I
(2015)
BASF
Ford Lincoln MKX Mk II
(2016)
Tenneco Faurecia Mitsubishi Electric
(Diesel)
Ford Lincoln MKZ CD4
(2014)
Faurecia BASF
Ford Lincoln
Navigator (USA)
U326
(2016)
Tenneco Tenneco
Ford Mustang S550
(2016)
Wescast Faurecia Faurecia
Ford Mustang GT S550
(2015)
Faurecia Faurecia
GM Buick LaCrosse Gen-2
(2014)
Tenneco
GM Buick Regal Gen-5
(2014)
Tenneco
GM Buick Verano (USA) Gen-1
(2011)
Bosal Bosal Bosal Bosal
GM Cadillac ATS Gen-1
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia Corning Faurecia
GM Cadillac CT6 (USA) Gen1
(2016)
Wescast
GM Cadillac CTS (USA) Gen-3
(2014)
Faurecia Corning
GM Chevrolet
Colorado (USA)
Gen-2
(2015)
Tenneco
GM Chevrolet
Corvette Stingray
C7
(2014)
Wescast Tenneco
GM Chevrolet
Impala (USA)
Gen-10
(2014)
Faurecia
GM Chevrolet Malibu Gen-9
(2016)
Wescast
GM Chevrolet Silverado Gen-3
(2014)
Tenneco
Hitachi Metals
Tenneco Faurecia Tenneco Tenneco Tenneco
GM Chevrolet
Sonic (Mexico)
Gen-1
(2013)
Wescast
GM Chevrolet Traverse Gen-1
(2014)
Wescast
GM Chevrolet Volt Gen-2
(2016)
Continental
GM GMC Canyon (USA) Gen-2
(2015)
Tenneco
GM GMC Sierra Gen-3
(2014)
Tenneco
Wescast
Tenneco Faurecia
Tenneco
Tenneco Tenneco
Honda Acura ILX DE1/2/3
(2014)
Yutaka Giken Continental
Honda Acura MDX (USA) YD3
(2014)
Corning Yutaka Giken Continental
Honda Acura RDX TB3/4
(2016)
Corning Yutaka Giken Continental
Honda Acura RLX KC1
(2014)
Corning Yutaka Giken Continental
Honda Acura RLX Hybrid KC2
(2014)
Corning Yutaka Giken Continental
Honda CR-V (NA) RM1/3/4
(2011)
Yutaka Giken Keihin
Hyundai Santa Fe DM
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
Nissan Infiniti QX60 Gen-1
(2014)
Corning BASF Calsonic Kansei
Nissan March (Mexico) K13
(2011)
Delphi
KSPG
Nissan Versa Note (Mexico) E12
(2014)
Faurecia
Renault Clio (Argentina) Gen-4
(2012)
SCAPEX
Subaru Legacy Outback BS
(2015)
ELSA ELSA ELSA
Toyota Lexus RX (Canada) AL20
(2016)
Tenneco Tenneco Tenneco
Toyota RAV4 (Canada) Gen-4
(2013)
Tenneco Tenneco
Volkswagen Amarok (SA) Gen-1
(2013)
Sogefi (Brazil)
Volkswagen Beetle (Mexico) A5
(2016)
Tenneco Tenneco Volkswagen
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible/
Cabriolet (Mexico)
A5
(2013)
Tenneco Faurecia
Volkswagen Golf (Mexico) 5G
(2015)
Tenneco Tenneco
Volkswagen Jetta (Mexico) A6
(2015)
Tenneco Tenneco

Vehicles assembled in Europe

Carmaker Model Code
(MY)
Exhaust
Manifold
Exhaust Pipe Muffler Catalytic Converter DPF
GPF
SCR
EGR System
(Valve)
Carriers Washcoat Canning /
Assembly
Abarth 695 Biposto (Italy) Gen-1
(2015)
Akrapovic Akrapovic
Alfa Romeo 4C / 4C Spider
(Italy)
960
(2016)
Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli
Akrapovic
(Option)
Alfa Romeo Giulia (Italy) 952
(2016)
Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 940
(2012)
Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli
Alfa Romeo MiTo 955
(2012)
Magneti Marelli
Aston
Martin
Rapide S (UK) VH
(2014)
Corning
Aston
Martin
Vanquish Coupe /
Volante (UK)
VH-4
(2014)
Corning
Aston
Martin
Vantage (UK) VH
(2014)
Corning
Audi A1 (Germany) 8X
(2014)
Faurecia Corning BASF Bosch
Audi A3 (Germany) 8V
(2014)
Corning
Continental-
Emitec
Continental-
Emitec
Continental-
Emitec
(DPF, GPF)
BorgWarner
Continental-
Emitec
Audi A3 Cabriolet
(Germany)
8V
(2015)
Tenneco Volkswagen
Audi A3 Sportback
(Germany)
8V
(2014)
Corning BASF
Audi A5 (Germany) 8T
(2016)
Eberspaecher Eberspaecher
(Fr)
Boysen (Rr)
Corning BASF Eberspaecher
(Can)
Boysen (Shell)
KSPG
Valeo
Audi A6 Diesel (Germany) 4G
(2015)
Audi A6 hybrid (Germany) 4G
(2014)
Corning BASF
Audi A7 (Germany) 4G
(2016)
Faurecia Eberspaecher
(Fr)
Faurecia
(Mid, Rr)
Corning Eberspaecher
(Can)
Boysen
(Shell, Can)
Audi A8 (Germany) 4H
(2016)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Boysen
Faurecia
Faurecia
Audi A8L (Germany) 4H
(2016)
Boysen
Faurecia
Corning BASF Boysen
Audi Q3 (Germany) 8U
(2014)
Faurecia Corning
Audi Q5 (Germany) 8R
(2015)
Corning BASF Boysen Valeo
Audi Q7 (Slovakia) 4M
(2016)
Audi RS7 (Germany) 4G
(2014)
BASF Boysen
Audi S6 (Germany) 4G
(2014)
BASF Boysen
Audi S7 (Germany) 4G
(2014)
BASF Boysen
Audi S8 (Germany) 4H
(2014)
BASF Boysen
Audi SQ5 TDI (Germany) 8R
(2014)
Corning Boysen
AvtoVAZ Lada Kalina (Russia) 2192
(2014)
Motor Super
AvtoVAZ Lada Priora (Russia) 2170
(2014)
Motor Super
Bentley Flying Spur Gen-1
(2014)
BASF Boysen
Bentley Continental GT Gen-2
(2015)
BASF Boysen
Bentley Continental GTC Gen-2
(2015)
BASF Boysen
Bentley Mulsanne (UK) Gen-1
(2016)
Eberspaecher Boysen
BMW 1 Series (Germany) F20/21
(2015)
Boysen Tenneco
(118i/120i)
Boysen (125i)
Corning Tenneco
(118i/120)
Faurecia (125i-Fr)
Boysen (125i-Rr)
BMW M135i (for UK) F20/21
(2014)
Corning BASF
BMW 2 Series Coupe F22
(2014)
Faurecia Corning BASF
BMW 2 Series
Active Tourer
F45
(2015)
Boysen Corning Boysen
Faurecia (220i-Fr)
BMW 3 Series (Germany) F30/31
(2015)
Faurecia Boysen Tenneco
Boysen (320i)
Corning BASF Tenneco
Boysen
(320i/330i)
Faurecia (320i-Fr)
BorgWarner
BMW 4 Series (Germany) F32
(2014)
Eberspaecher Tenneco Corning BASF Eberspaecher (Fr)
Boysen (Rr)
BorgWarner
BMW 428i Gran Coupe
(Germany)
F36
(2014)
Corning BASF Boysen
BMW 5 Series (Germany) F10/11
(2014)
Boysen Corning BASF Boysen
BMW 6 Series (Germany) F13/12
(2016)
Boysen Faurecia (640i)
Boysen (650i)
Corning BASF Faurecia (640i)
Boysen (650i)
BMW Gran Coupe
(Germany)
F06
(2014)
Corning BASF Boysen
BMW 7 Series (Germany) G11
(2016)
Eberspaecher KSPG
BMW 7 Series L (Germany) G12
(2016)
Boysen Boysen
BMW ActiveHybrid 5
(Germany)
F10
(2014)
Corning BASF
BMW i3 REx (Germany) I01
(2014)
Corning Boysen
BMW i8 Plug-in hybrid
(Germany)
I12
(2014)
Boysen
BMW M2 (Germany) F87
(2016)
Boysen Faurecia
BMW M3 (Germany) F80
(2016)
Eberspaecher BASF Eberspaecher
BMW M4 (Germany) F82
(2014)
BASF
BMW M5 (Germany) F10
(2014)
Boysen
BMW M6 Coupe (Germany) F13
(2014)
Boysen
BMW M6 Gran Coupe
(Germany)
F06
(2015)
Boysen Boysen
BMW MINI Cooper/S
(Germany)
F55/56
(2014)
Corning Boysen
BMW MINI Cooper Cabrio
(Germany)
F57
(2016)
Eberspaecher
(1.5T)
Teneco (2.0T)
Boysen (Fr)
Teneco (Rr)
BMW MINI Countryman R60
(2011)
Tenneco
BMW MINI ONE (Germany) F55/56
(2014)
Corning Boysen
BMW X3 (Russia) F25
(2014)
Corning BASF
BMW X5 (Germany) F15
(2015)
Boysen Faurecia
BMW Z4 (Germany) E89
(2014)
Boysen Boysen
Citroen C3 A51
(2011)
Valeo
Citroen C4 (France) B71
(2015)
Magneti Marelli Faurecia
(manifold)
MAHLE Behr
Citroen C4 Cactus (Spain) E3
(2015)
Faurecia
Citroen C4 Picasso (France) B78
(2015)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
(DPF, SCR)
Citroen C5 X7
(2011)
Valeo
Citroen DS3 A55
(2011)
Faurecia
Citroen DS5 (France) B81
(2013)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
Dacia Duster (Romania) L78
(2014)
Bosal Bosal
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
A-Class
W176
(2014)
BorgWarner
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
B-Class (Germany)
W246
(2016)
Tenneco Tenneco Eberspaecher BorgWarner
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
C-Class (Germany)
W205
(2016)
Boysen Eberspaecher
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
CLA-Class (Germany)
C117
(2015)
Tenneco Eberspaecher
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
CLS-Class (Germany)
W218
(2016)
Boysen Corning Eberspaecher (Fr)
Tenneco (Rr)
Delphi
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
E-Class (Germany)
W212
(2014)
Corning BASF Boysen
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
G-Class (Germany)
W463
(2016)
Sebring Corning Boysen
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
GLA 260 (Germany)
X156
(2015)
Tenneco Corning Eberspaecher
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
GLC (Germany)
X205
(2016)
Corning Eberspaecher
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
GLE (Germany)
W166
(2015)
Eberspaecher Corning Eberspaecher
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
S-Class (Germany)
W222
(2014)
Faurecia Corning BorgWarner
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
SL-Class (Germany)
R231
(2014)
Corning Tenneco
Daimler Mercedes-Benz
SLK-Class (Germany)
R172
(2015)
Eberspaecher Corning BASF Boysen
Fiat 500 (Europe) 312
(2012)
Wescast Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli Eberspaecher
Fiat Panda (Europe) 169
(2013)
Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli
Fiat Tipo (Turkey) Gen-1
(2016)
Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli
Ford B-MAX (Europe) B232
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
Ford Focus (Europe) C346
(2013)
Faurecia Tenneco Faurecia
(manifold)
Ford Kuga (Europe) Gen-2
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
Hyundai i30 (Czech) GD
(2012)
Faurecia Faurecia
(manifold)
Jaguar
Land Rover
Jaguar F-Type (UK) X152
(2014)
Corning
Jaguar
Land Rover
Jaguar F-PACE (UK) X761
(2016)
Tenneco Tenneco
Jaguar
Land Rover
Jaguar XJ (UK) X351
(2014)
Corning Denso
Jaguar
Land Rover
Jaguar XF (UK) X250:
(2016)
Tenneco Mahle
Jaguar
Land Rover
Land Rover
Discovery (UK)
L319
(2014)
Corning
Jaguar
Land Rover
Range Rover
Evoque (UK)
L538
(2012)
Faurecia Faurecia Corning
Kia cee'd (Europe) JD
(2012)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
Lancia Ypsilon (Poland) 846
(2012)
Magneti Marelli
Nissan Juke F15
(2011)
Calsonic Kansei Faurecia
Nissan Qashqai (UK) J11
(2014)
Calsonic Kansei
Opel /
Vauxhall
Cascada (Europe) Gen-1
(2014)
Bosal KSPG
Opel /
Vauxhall
Insignia (Europe) J3700
(2014)
Magneti Marelli Tenneco Corning
Cataler
Opel /
Vauxhall
Meriva (Europe) S4416
(2012)
Magneti Marelli Benteler
Peugeot 208 A9
(2013)
Faurecia
Peugeot 2008 A94
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
(DPF, SCR)
Peugeot 308 T9
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia
Peugeot 508 W2
(2015)
Faurecia
Porsche Cayenne E1
(2014)
Boysen
Porsche Macan Gen-1
(2014)
Boysen
Porsche Panamera 970
(2014)
Benteler
Renault Clio X98
(2014)
Faurecia Faurecia BorgWarner
SEAT Ibiza (Spain) SE250
(2014)
Corning BASF
SEAT Leon SE360
(2014)
Continental-
Emitec
Continental-
Emitec
Skoda Octavia (Europe) SK361
(2014)
Bosal Continental-
Emitec
(metal)
Continental-
Emitec
Continental-
Emitec
Skoda Superb 2015 Bosal
Skoda Yeti (Czech Public) SK356
(2014)
Corning
Toyota Auris (UK) E180
(2014)
Faurecia
Toyota Avensis (UK) T270
(2011)
KSPG
Volkswagen Golf (Europe) 5K
(2014)
Bosal
Faurecia
Tenneco
Corning
Continental-
Emitec
(metal)
BASF Volkswagen Continental-
Emitec
Continental-
Emitec
Volkswagen Sharan (FF)
(Germany)
7N
(2016)
Tenneco Corning Faurecia
Volkswagen up! Gen-1
(2015)
Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia Faurecia


VI. Comparison in sales among leading suppliers of exhaust systems

Company name Sales Remarks
Dec. 31, 2013 Dec. 31, 2014 Dec. 31, 2015
Eberspaecher (Germany) million EUR 2,449 3,120 3,845 Exhaust Technology Division
Faurecia (France) million EUR 6,350 6,747 7,450 Emissions Control Technologies
Magneti Marelli (Italy) million EUR 696 598 559 Exhaust Systems
Tenneco (USA) million USD 5,117 5,493 5,405 Clear Air Systems

Overall sales of exhaust system suppliers

Dec. 31, 2013 Dec. 31, 2014 Dec. 31, 2015
Friedrich Boysen (Germany) million EUR 1,020 1,280 1,460
Eberspaecher (Germany) million EUR 2,916 3,598 4,370
Faurecia (France) million EUR 18,028 16,876 18,770
Magneti Marelli (Italy) million EUR 5,988 6,500 7,262
Tenneco (USA) million USD 7,964 8,420 8,209

Source: Publicity materials by each company, interview findings by MarkLines, etc.



Major facilities: locations, ownership ratios and main customers

European-based companies

Company name Location Main Customers Main Products
(Remarks)
Eberspaecher (Germany)
Asia/Pacific
China Tenneco-Eberspaecher (Dalian) Exhaust System Co., Ltd. Dalian FAW-VW (Audi), BMW-Brilliance, Beijing Benz
China Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Shanghai
China Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology Xi' an Co., Ltd. Xi'an
Korea Eberspaecher Exhaust Systems Korea, Ltd. Seoul
Americas
Brazil Eberspaecher Tecnologia de Exaustão Ltda. São Paulo
USA Eberspaecher North America, Inc. Novi (MI)
Belvidere (IL)
Brighton (MI)
Gen Mar (MI)
Spartanburg (SC)
Northport (AL)
Wixom (MI)
USA Calsonic Eberspaecher Exhaust Systems, Inc. Shelbyville
Europe
Czech
Republic
Eberspaecher spol. s.r.o. Rakovnik
France Eberspaecher Systèmes d'Echappement S.A.S. St. Michel
Germany Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology GmbH & Co. KG Esslingen
Germany Montagewerk Abgastechnik Emden GmbH Emden
Germany Prototechnik GmbH & Co. KG Schwaebisch
Gmuend
Germany Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology Wilsdruff GmbH & Co. KG Wilsdruff
Italy Eberspaecher Italia S.p.A. Castellalto
Romania Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology Romania SRL. Oradea
Russia Eberspaecher Exhaust Systems Rus OOO Saint Petersburg
Russia Eberspaecher Avtovazagregat Exhaust Systems LLC Togliatti
Sweden Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology Sweden AB Nykoping
UK Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology UK Ltd. Coventry
Middle East/Africa
South Africa Eberspaecher South Africa (Pty.) Ltd Port Elizabeth VW
South Africa Eberspaecher Rosslyn (Pty) Ltd. Pretoria BMW
Faurecia (France)
Asia/ Pacific
China Faurecia Exhaust Systems Changchun Co., Ltd. Changchun FAW, FAW-VW
China Faurecia Tongda Exhaust System (Wuhan) Co., Ltd. Wuhan VW, Dong Feng Peugeot Citroen Automotive
China Faurecia Honghu Exhaust Systems Shanghai Co., Ltd. Shanghai VW, Ford, Mazda, PSA
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies Development (Shanghai) Company Ltd. Shanghai
China Faurecia (Qingdao) Exhaust Systems Co., Ltd. Quindao Hyundai,
Shanghai GM Dongyue Motors
Manifold, Hot end, Cold end
China Faurecia (Wuhu) Exhaust Systems Co., Ltd. Wuhu
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies (Chongqing) Co., Ltd. Chongquig
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies (Yantai) Co., Ltd. Yantai Shanghai GM Dongyue Motors
China Faurecia (Chengdu) Emission Control Technologies Co., Ltd. Chengdu
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies (Beijing) Co., Ltd. Beijing
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies (Nanchang) Co., Ltd. Nanchang JMC, Ford, Isuzu
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies (Ningbo) Co., Ltd. Ningbo Geely, Volvo
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies (Foshan) Co., Ltd. Foshan GAC, FAW-VW
China Faurecia PowerGreen Emissions Control Technologies Co. Ltd. Shanghai Emission control system
China Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies
(Ningbo Hangzhou Bay New District) Co., Ltd.
Ningbo SAIC-VW, Skoda, Ford, BMW, GM, Geely
China Changsha Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies Co., Ltd. Changsha
Korea Faurecia Emissions Control Systems Korea Busan Hyundai-Kia
Asan
Hwaseong
India Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, India Private Limited Chennai Ford, Toyota Muffler assembly, Catalytic converter,
instrument panel reinforcement assembly,
side impact beam
Bangalore
Sanand
Thailand Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Thailand Co., Ltd. Rayong GM Thailand, BMW Thailand
Americas
Brazil Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies do Brasil Ltda.
Mexico Faurecia Exhaust Mexicana SA de CV Ford
USA Faurecia Exhaust Systems, Inc. Franklin (OH)
Louisville (KY) Ford
Troy (OH)
Chattanooga (TN) VW
Toledo (OH) Chrysler
USA Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, USA, LLC Taylor (MI) GM
Dexter (MO) GM, Ford
Columbus (IN)
Europe
Czech
Republic
Faurecia Exhaust Systems S.R.O. Bakov Nad Jizerou Skoda, VW, Opel, Volvo, Audi, KIA, Mercedes
Czech
Republic
Faurecia Automotive Czech Rebublic, S.R.O. Pisek Skoda AutoVW Group, PSA Group,
GM Europe, Volvo, Jaguar
Czech
Republic
Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Mlada Boleslav, s.r.o Mlada Boleslav Volkswagen, Skoda, Toyota,
Ford, Fiat, Renault, Dacia, Nissan
France Faurecia Systemes d'Echappement Aulnay
Beaulieu
Messei
Ottmarsheim
Poissy
Bavans
Germany Faurecia Abgastechnik Stollberg GmbH Heilbronn VW, Audi, Daimler, Ford, Opel Exhaust systems
Trabitz Exhaust pipe, DPF, Catalytic converter
Germany Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Germany GmbH Leipzig
Germany Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Novaferra GmbH Bremen
Germany Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Finnentrop GmbH Finnentrop
Hungary Faurecia Magyarorszag Kipufogo-rendszer Kft. Jaszarokszallas
Italy Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Italy SRL Terni
Netherlands Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies Netherlands BV Roermond
Spain Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, Pampelona, SL Almussafes
Barcelona
Abrera
Madrid PSA
Pamplona
Sweden Faurecia Exhaust Systems AB Torsas
Russia OOO Faurecia Metalloprodukcia Exhaust Systems Kaluga Volkswagen, PSA
UK Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies UK Limited Warton
Middle East/Africa
South Africa Faurecia Exhaust Systems South Africa Ltd. Port Elizabeth
Friedrich Boysen (Germany)
Asia/ Pacific
China Boysen Exhaust Systems (Shenyang) Ltd. Shenyang BMW/Brilliance, Audi/FAW Exhaust systems, Exhaust parts
China Boysen Exhaust Systems (Langfang) Ltd. Langfang Benz/Beijing Exhaust systems, Exhaust parts
India Boysen India Ltd. Greater Noida Boysen Group Exhaust pipe
Americas
USA Boysen USA, LLC Gaffney (SC) BMW Exhaust systems, Exhaust parts processing
USA Boysen USA Alabama LLC. Brookwood (AL) Mercedes-Benz Exhaust systems
Europe
Germany Friedrich Boysen GmbH & Co. KG Altensteig Audi, Benteler, Bentley, BMW,
Mercedes-Benz, MINI, MAN,
Porsche, Rolls Royce, SEAT, VW
Exhaust systems,
Exhaust parts processing (bending),
Exhaust flap
Germany BIN Boysen Innovationszentrum Nagold GmbH & Co. KG Nagold --- R&D
Germany BAA Boysen Abgassysteme Achim GmbH & Co. KG Achim Mercedes-Benz Exhaust systems, Exhaust parts
Germany BAP Boysen Abgassysteme Plauen GmbH & Co. KG Plauen BMW Exhaust systems, Exhaust parts
Germany BAK Boysen Abgaskomponenten GmbH & Co. KG Simmersfeld Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Porsche Exhaust systems/ASSY,
Canning (Catalytic converters, SCR catalyst),
Exhaust pipe, Muffler
Koesching Audi Exhaust systems, Exhaust parts
Germany Boysen MVO Salching BMW, Alpina, Rolls Royce Exhaust systems
France Boysen France Sàrl Algolsheim Boysen Group Exhaust parts
Middle East/Africa
Egypt Boysen Egypt Ltd. Giza BMW (Egypt), Chrysler (Egypt) Exhaust systems
South Africa Boysen Exhaust Technology RSA (PTY) LTD East London Mercedes-Benz (South Africa),
BMW (South Africa)
Exhaust systems
Magneti Marelli (Italy)
Asia/ Pacific
China Magneti Marelli Automotive Components (Changsha) Co., Ltd. Changsha Exhaust systems
China Hefei Magneti Marelli Exhaust Systems Co.,Ltd. Hefei Exhaust systems
India Magneti Marelli SKH Exhaust Systems Pvt. Ltd. Pune Fiat India, Tata Exhaust systems
Chennai Exhaust systems
India SKH Magneti Marelli Exhaust Systems Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon Maruti Suzuki Exhaust systems
Americas
USA Magneti Marelli Exhaust System NA Clarkston (MI) Fiat Chrysler Exhaust systems
Argentina Magneti Marelli Conjuntos De Escape S.A. Cordoba Exhaust systems
Brazil Magneti Marelli Sistemas Automotivos Ltda. Amparo Exhaust systems
Europe
Italy Magneti Marelli S.p.A.
Exhaust Systems
Venaria Reale Exhaust systems
Caivano
Poland Magneti Marelli Poland Sp. z o.o. Sosnowiec Exhaust systems
Spain Magneti Marelli Espana S.A. Santpedor Exhaust systems
Turkey Matay Otomotiv Yan Sanay Ve Ticaret A.S. Bursa Exhaust systems
Serbia Magneti Marelli Automotive d.o.o. Kragujevac Kragujevac Exhaust systems

US based companies

Company name Location Main Customers Main Products
(Remarks)
Tenneco (USA)
Asia/ Pacific
Australia Walker Australia Pty. Ltd. Adelaide
Sydney
China Tenneco-Eberspaecher (Dalian) Exhaust System Co., Ltd. Dalian VW, BMW, Audi, Daimler
Changchun
China Tenneco Lingchuan (Chongqing) Exhaust System Co., Ltd. Chongqing Ford
China Shanghai Tenneco Exhaust System Co., Ltd. Shanghai Sanghai VW
China Tenneco Tongtai (Dalian) Exhaust System Co., Ltd. Dalian VW-Audi, FAW-VW, Jiangling Ford,
Huachen Brilliance, Beijing Benz,
Baoding GreatWall, Shenyang Mitsubishi,
Dongan Mitsubishi, Tianjing Toyota
China Tenneco (Beijing) Exhaust System Co., Ltd. Beijing Beijing Hyundai
India Tenneco Automotive India Pvt., Ltd. Tamil Nadu Exhaust systems
Americas
Argentina Walker Argentina Buenos Aires
Brazil Tenneco Automotive Brasil Ltda. Mogi Mirim
Canada Tenneco Canada Inc. Camberidge
(Ontario)
Ford
Mexico Tenneco Automotive Puebla VW
USA Tenneco Inc. Elkhart (IN) Ford
Ligonier (IN) Ford
Kansas City (MO) GM
Litchfield (MI)
Marshall (MI)
Lincoln (NE)
Seward (NE) Ford
Smithville(TN)
San Antonio (TX) Toyota
Harrisonburg (VA)
Europe
Belgium Tenneco Automotive Gent BV Gent Volvo
Czech
Republic
Tenneco Monroe CR s.r.o. Hodkovice
France Tenneco Automotive France S.A.S Etain
St. Berthevin
Rennes
Germany Tenneco Automotive Deutschland GmbH Edenkoben
Saarlouis Ford
Ingolstadt Audi
Zwickau
Poland Tenneco Automotive Polska Sp. Z.o.o. Poznan VW
Rybnik
Portugal Tenneco Automotive Portugal, Lda. Palmela VW
Russia Tenneco Automotive Volga OOO St. Petersburg Ford, GM, AvtoVAZ Exhaust systems,
Catalytic converters
Togliatti
Spain Tenneco Automotive Iberica S.A. Valencia Ford
Sweden Tenneco Automotive Sv A.B. Arendal Volvo
UK Tenneco-Walker UK Ltd. Tredegar
Middle East/Africa
South Africa Gillet Exhaust Technology Pty. Ltd. Port Elizabeth

Note:

  1. Plants making products other than exhaust systems components (exhaust systems, exhaust-tubes, mufflers, exhaust manifolds, catalytic converters and diesel particulate filters (DPFs)) are not included in the above list.
  2. In Equity ratio a number in brackets shows indirect ownership percentage through a subsidiary company and is included in the equity ratio. In JV partners, subsidiary companies are shown in brackets.



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