How Michelin and Faurecia AIM to create a world leader in the fuel cell industry
Hydrogen technology will play a key role in the mass development of electric vehicles to reach Zero-emission mobility in the future. Hydrogen fuel cells are particularly suitable for intensive use and for those who need greater autonomy. Consequently, they are perfectly complementary to battery technology.
Conquering a fast-growing market
Michelin doubled its motorcycle and scooter tire sales between 2014 and 2019 and plans to do it again over the next 5 years. What is the Group’s strategy to tackle this new challenge? Let’s find out.
Innovation and progress through racing
Racing has always been a source of progress and innovation for Michelin, as illustrated by many important moments in our history. This holds true today, as Michelin works in disciplines that advance sustainable mobility and tire longevity.
A new tool to advance sustainable mobility
As a member of the SuM4All* steering committee, Michelin helped create the Global Roadmap of Action Toward Sustainable Mobility, or GRA, which was presented on October 23 in Washington DC. A closer look with Florent Menegaux, CEO of the Michelin group.
Delivering versatility and excellence
Michelin recently-renewed bicycle road tire range is spearheaded by the new MICHELIN POWER ROAD line which promises to win over sports and touring cyclists who set great store on versatility.
2019 3rd Quarter and 9 Months Sales Publication
The press release will be published on October 24, 2019 at 5:45pm CET. The Analyst/Investor conference call will be held on October 24, 2019 at 6:15pm CET and will be broadcast on the website. 10/11/2019 | PDF - 255.74 Ko 2019 3rd quarter and 9 months sales – Conference...
UPTIS unveiled to the public
After its presentation at the “Movin’On” summit in June, Uptis made its European debut at the Frankfurt trade show. With this revolutionary prototype, Michelin is consolidating its vision for a sustainable future.
MICHELIN attended the 2019 Climate Action Summit
Florent Menegaux,President of the Michelin Group, was invited to attend the UN Climate Action Summit 2019 which was held at United Nations headquarters in New York on September 22. It was an opportunity to reaffirm Michelin’s commitment to sustainable mobility and invite governmental and municipal representatives to join the Movin’On...
Bio-sourced materials: a new milestone!
The BioButterfly project launched by Michelin in 2012 has just achieved another milestone: the construction of France's first industrial demonstrator capable of producing butadiene from ethanol. The goal is to replace the oil-based raw materials used in the company's tires with bio-sourced molecules.
Promoting industrial jobs
Industrial jobs and the skills they require are key to the Group’s performance. That makes promoting industry and industrial careers a key concern, and one that Michelin is actively addressing. Let’s look at what that means in practice.