Operation transformation: how Renault and Nissan plan to adapt and survive

The allied carmakers have announced cost-cutting measures including thousands of layoffs to stay competitive into the future, with electric vehicles a key priority

7th June, 2020
Operation transformation: how Renault and Nissan plan to adapt and survive
The ten millionth vehicle in production at the Nissan plant in Sunderland, England: the manufacturer plans to reduce total production capacity by 20 per cent

The Renault-Nissan Alliance celebrated its 20th anniversary last year and while it has been successful overall, it‘s also had its fair share of ups and rather spectacular downs.

The arrest of Carlos Ghosn, the alliance’s chief executive and chairman, in 2018 was, it‘s fair to say, a low point, but that pales into insignificance next to the challenge facing the global motor industry today as the world gets to grips with the Covid-19...

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