Inergy Automotive Systems
-The Company, as Plastic Omnium’s Auto Inergy Division, is the world’s leading manufacturer of blow-molded polyethylene fuel systems. In 2016, the Company produced approximately 19 million fuel systems, holding 21% of the global market share.
-The Company's primary competitors are the U.S. group Kautex, a Textron subsidiary, the Chinese group YAPP and TI Automotive, which have global market shares of 15%, 12%, and 11%, respectively.
Note: The market shares are estimated by the Company.
-The Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Plastic Omnium S.A.
Plastic Fuel Systems
-Blow molded fuel systems
-Multilayer fuel systems
-PZEV (Partial-Credit Zero Emission Vehicle) fuel systems
-Fuel systems for hybrids
-Twin Sheet Blow-Molding (TSBM) fuel systems
-Plastic filler pipes
-Mechanical seals inserted inside filler pipes
-Capless refueling modules
-INBAFFLE noise reduction solutions
Diesel Emissions Reduction
-Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technologies
-Diesel particulate filters
-DINOx Premium NOx reduction system with onboard SCR storage and delivery
|2000||Founded as a 50/50 joint venture between Solvay Automotive and Plastic Omnium. Started with manufacturing operations in 14 countries.|
|2001||Opened new manufacturing operation in Slovakia.|
|2003||Opens a new operation in Romania and a second plant in Japan.|
|2007||Opened its first manufacturing location in China in the Wuhan area.|
|2008||Opened production site in Stavrovo, Russia.|
|Launched its Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for light passenger vehicles.|
|Launched its Twin Sheet Blow-Molding (TSBM) technology for the production of low emission fuel systems.|
|2010||Plastic Omnium takes full ownership of the Company after acquiring Solvay's 50% stake.|
|Opened the first manufacturing location in India near Chennai.|
|Opened plant in China near Beijing.|
|Entered joint venture with Maruti-Suzuki in India.|
|2011||Opened the first manufacturing location in Morocco, in Tangier.|
|2012||Entered joint venture with DSK to create DIPO in Russia.
Opened four new plants in US, Brazil, Russia and Mexico.
|2013||Opened R&D center in Venette, France.|
|2014||Started operations of two new plants in China.|
Supplemental Information 1
>>>Business report up until FY ended Dec. 31, 2011
>>>Business report up until FY ended Dec. 31, 2012
>>>Business report up until FY ended Dec. 31, 2013
Note: A figure in brackets ( ) indicates a loss