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Discover FORVIA Faurecia Czech Republic

FORVIA Faurecia, a company within the FORVIA group, is a global leader in automotive technologies. With 257 industrial sites, 39 research and development centers, and 111,000 employees, FORVIA Faurecia operates in 33 countries worldwide.


Faurecia Components Písek is one of the most successful plants in Europe for the production of car seats. The plant has been manufacturing metal structures for car seats since 2007. They specialize in producing car seats for major automotive companies such as BMW, Porsche, Porsche Panamera, VW Group, PSA Group, and GM Europe.

The primary manufacturing technology used in production is welding, both through traditional methods and the use of the most advanced laser welding technology. This may be why specialists from various fields work here. The plant also performs the assembly of these structures on modern production lines and the painting of steel seat frames.

Currently, the plant employs around 500 employees in production and administration and communicates daily with customers and suppliers from around the world.


Faurecia in Nýřany near Plzeň is the youngest plant in the Czech Republic. Operations were initiated on May 1, 2013, and it manufactures seats for 4 key customers: BMW, OPEL, VW, and Mercedes Benz. The plant produces 600,000 complete sets for automobiles annually. They operate in a Just-in-Time (JIT) mode, which means they have almost no stock inventory. Their production is highly dynamic, as the seats manufactured in Nýřany are assembled into finished cars in Germany within 20 hours.

The plant has around 1000 employees and is continuously expanding.


Faurecia Clean Mobility is one of the three plants in the Czech Republic specializing in the production of exhaust systems. This division is a global leader in the market. They specialize in welding and bending technologies.

The first production started here on May 1, 2013, with approximately 100 employees. Over time, the plant has grown and currently employs around 700 employees.

Among the plant's key customers are: FORD, VW, FIAT, TOYOTA, RENAULT, NISSAN, DACIA, and others.


Faurecia Clean Mobility Bakov is a plant that began construction in June 1999, and the first production phase was opened in January 2000. The entire plant, as you can see it today, has gradually grown in three stages.

The number of employees is around 450, including agency operators.

The main customers are primarily the Volkswagen Group, JLR, Stellantis, Volvo, Audi, Daimler, and a whole range of other car manufacturers.

The plant is very stable in terms of its employees, and the average seniority in both production and support functions is around 8.5 years.

Currently, the production is mainly focused on the "cold end," which refers to the exhaust system from the catalyst to the tailpipe.

A specific feature of the Bakov plant is the production of exhaust valves, which are components of the exhaust system. They enhance the engine's performance and create a sound effect, especially in powerful sports cars such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, and others, but recently they have also started to be used in other cars.

At the Bakov plant, you will encounter the latest metal processing technologies, including cold forming and pressing of sheets and tubes, as well as various welding technologies, both manual and robotic welding. In March 2017, the first "cobot" was installed, bringing Bakov closer to digitization and automation.


Faurecia Automotive Czech Republic s.r.o. is part of the Clean Mobility business group and focuses on the production of exhaust systems (exhaust pipes, catalysts, particulate filters) for customers such as Volvo, Peugeot, Citroen, Opel, VW/Škoda, Ford, and others.

Production was initiated in December 2006, and the plant currently employs around 500 employees. The plant primarily utilizes technologies such as pipe bending, sheet metal bending, and welding.


Faurecia Interiors Pardubice is one of the two Faurecia plants in the Czech Republic and belongs to the "interiors" division. It specializes in the production of textile and plastic parts for the automotive industry. Within the Faurecia family, this plant is unique due to its combination of two technologies - plastic injection molding and textile thermoforming.

The history of the plant is rich and dates back to the mid-1990s. During this time, there were gradual transformations, changes in ownership, and partly changes in the manufactured products. However, throughout this period, the main focus of the business has always been the production of parts for the automotive industry.

On March 1, 2012, this plant joined the Faurecia Group and became a member of an international, dynamic, and rapidly growing company.

Key customers include TPCA, GM, and Škoda.


Faurecia Interiors Plazy - The construction of the plant began in 1995. The actual production started in 1996 with deliveries of instrument panels for the Škoda Octavia model. In 2000, the plant also started producing door panels for the VW Polo model. With an increase in the number of customers and production volume, the plant had to be expanded several times over the following years. In recent years, not only new customers but also new production technologies have been added.

Faurecia Interior Mladá Boleslav is a medium-sized company. FIS Mladá Boleslav is equipped with technologies for the production of a wide range of interior parts.