LISI AUTOMOTIVE Former in Delle will benefit from the French automotive
Grandvillars, France - September 15, 2020
Announced on May 26, 2020 by the French President, the fund to support the
automotive sector aims to accompany investments in modernizing the sector.
After responding to the Call for projects launched last June and July, LISI
AUTOMOTIVE Former in Delle, France, is one of the first 13 companies to benefit
from this support fund. The plant intends to diversify its product offer and
modernize its production equipment.
LISI AUTOMOTIVE, the automotive division of the French Group LISI, is a major
player in assembly solutions and safety mechanical components. It positions
itself as a sustainable supplier and development partner to car manufacturers
and equipment suppliers for tomorrow's vehicles, which will be more connected,
lighter and increasingly electrified.
The LISI AUTOMOTIVE Former plant in Delle is a reference supplier site for
gasoline and diesel engine screws for European OEM's.
Faced with the decline of internal combustion engines and in the context of the
increasing electrification of vehicles, a project to diversify the site's
product offer is targeting a new high-potential family: components used for the
power transmission from an electric motor to a comfort element in the passenger
compartment of the vehicle of the future.
LISI AUTOMOTIVE's teams are currently quoting many requests received by Tier1
The LISI AUTOMOTIVE Former plant in Delle should thus benefit from the 7.5 MEUR
fund shared between the 13 selected companies from the automotive sector.
This industrialization project is part of a deep transformation of the Delle
plant, which has been underway since 2016, including new workspaces dedicated
to collaborative innovation.
LISI shares are listed on Euronext, Compartment A and belong to the CAC(r) AERO
& DEF., CAC(r) All Shares, and CAC(r) Industrials indices under the ISIN code:
FR 0000050353. The LISI Group is a world leader in threaded and clipped
fasteners and mechanical safety components for the Aerospace, Automotive and