Video highlights of 2020

 

 

Michelin launches a simplification and competitiveness project to support developments in its operations in France

January 2021 - To prepare for the future, Michelin has launched a three-year project to upgrade and transition its manufacturing, corporate and administrative operations in France. As part of this process, the Group has reaffirmed its commitment to positioning France in the production of premium and specialty tires while continuing to base new high value-added businesses in the country, particularly in the services, sustainable materials, energy transition and recycling segments. The simplification and competitiveness plan will be supported by an innovative social dialogue process. The 2021 Collective Settlement Agreement signed on June 7 by the CFDT, CFE-CGC and SUD trade unions was approved by the local labor authorities (DREETS) on June 14, enabling deployment of the Agreement’s voluntary early retirement and outplacement measures.

Michelin unveils the 2021 MICHELIN Guide France and its Green Stars


For the second year in a row, the MICHELIN Guide has awarded a MICHELIN Green Star to a selection of restaurants committed to advocating a virtuous, sustainable approach to gastronomy. The 33 restaurants singled out this year are continuing to pave the way towards a more responsible future.
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The new MICHELIN Guide – Tablet Hotels app wins its first award

The MICHELIN Guide and Tablet Hotels have combined their expertise to develop a new global app that provides access to all the selections of their inspectors and experts in more than 30 destinations in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. The application alone contains nearly 20,000 curated addresses. The Webby Awards, which honor excellence on the Internet, awarded it the “Webby Honoree” distinction in the “Apps and Software” category.
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Michelin presents Michelin in Motion, its “All Sustainable” strategy for 2030

At the Group’s Capital Markets Day, Florent Menegaux explained the “All Sustainable” vision, which is based on constantly seeking the right balance between People, Planet and Profit. He also presented the Group’s ambitious targets for 2030 and reaffirmed the commitment to driving strong expansion in five tire-related and other business segments: services and solutions, flexible composites, healthcare, metal 3D printing and hydrogen mobility.
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Michelin signs a letter of commitment for maritime transport with Neoline

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Michelin and Altaris

Michelin and Altaris announce their intention to join forces to speed the growth of Solesis, a Michelin subsidiary specializing in biomaterials for the healthcare industry. The Partnership Agreement has three components: the acquisition of a 51% stake in Solesis by Altaris, the deployment of a governance system and a research and development partnership between Michelin and Solesis. The announcement offers another compelling illustration of the Group’s commitment to expanding beyond tires, with a focus on high-tech materials.
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AddUp takes metal 3D printing to the next level

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In 2050, MICHELIN tires will be 100% sustainable


MICHELIN is ambitiously committed to making its tires entirely from renewable, recycled, biosourced or otherwise sustainable materials by 2050, thanks to its powerful research & development capabilities, materials technology expertise and open-innovation strategy.
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Carbios and Michelin take a major step towards developing 100% sustainable tires

Michelin has successfully validated the use of Carbios’ enzymatic recycling technology for PET (PolyEthylene Terephthalate) plastic waste in its tires. This takes the Group one step closer to fulfilling its 2050 ambition of manufacturing tires that are 100% sustainable, i.e., made entirely of renewable, recycled or otherwise sustainable materials, with an interim goal of 40% by 2030.
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Symbio, a Faurecia Michelin Hydrogen Company, is helping to accelerate the transition to hydrogen mobilty

Symbio is on a roll with its two development projets underway, one with bus manufacturer Safra and the other with Stellantis, in a further illustration of the growing importance of hydrogen technology in making zero-emission mobility a reality. The company is building Europe’s largest hydrogen fuel cell plant in Saint-Fons, France, with start-up scheduled for 2023.
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The Coalition for the Energy of the Future announces seven projects with major milestones in 2021

To date, 14 companies, including Michelin, have joined the Coalition in a commitment to accelerating the energy transition in transportation and across the entire supply chain. Michelin's commitment to this coalition is in line with its objective of becoming carbon neutral by 2050, as part of its climate strategy.
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Michelin partners with sennder, Europe’s leading digital freight forwarder

Through their partnership, Michelin and sennder will deliver a suite of fleet services to make road freight more cost effective and less carbon intensive. sennder and Michelin’s collaboration will initially focus on Northern Europe and Iberia, with plans to scale it across other European markets throughout 2021.
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Michelin launches new tire lines developed entirely virtually for the headlining Le Mans Hypercar class

For the 2021 FIA World Endurance Championship campaign, Michelin Motorsport teams developed new tire ranges with the support of innovative development processes, based solely on computers and simulators. This was a further opportunity for the Group to showcase its pioneering spirit and ability to design tires that deliver consistently high performance from the start to finish of every stint.
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The MICHELIN X® Multi™ Energy™ family of regional truck tires is enhanced with two new fitments

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Michelin introduces the new MICHELIN X® MULTI GRIP™ line of truck tires built to perform in extreme winter conditions

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Michelin launches the MICHELIN Pilot Sport EV, the first tire in the Pilot Sport family purpose-engineered
for electric sports cars

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BMW Group reaffirms its trust in Michelin tires

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ProovStation partners with Michelin to reduce the time and costs of tire inspection

The solution developed by ProovStation, the European leader in automated inspection, has been enhanced by Michelin’s expertise thanks to MICHELIN QuickScan technology, which can check tire wear automatically and instantaneously with millimeter precision. In addition to its technology, which is protected by more than 15 patents, Michelin is contributing its experience in analyzing tire data using its proprietary artificial intelligence algorithms.
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KRISTAL.aero and Michelin launch KRISTAL.air, a mobile app for everyone who flies light aircraft

The new app expresses Michelin Aviation’s commitment to fostering connected mobility, safe flying and closer customer relationships. It is also compatible with the Group‘s “All Sustainable” vision. Pilots can now optimize their flights, in particular by enhancing the quality of their landings and reducing their environmental impact with greater fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions.
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Michelin presents its International Mobility Award at the Blue Ocean Awards ceremony

The International Mobility Award honored Tarmac Technologies and SUN Mobility, two startups that are contributing to the development of mobility. Presented as part of the Blue Ocean Awards, of which Michelin is a preferred partner, the Award demonstrates the Group’s commitment to leveraging open innovation to become a major player in connected mobility.
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The new MICHELIN TRAILXBIB tire increases farm yields

Designed in association with farmers in a number of countries, the MICHELIN TRAILXBIB tire incorporates the innovative MICHELIN Ultraflex technology that improves farm yields by reducing soil compaction. In addition, the MICHELIN TRAILXBIB range is compatible with remote inflation systems, which enable operators to easily adjust tire pressure in real time according to the driving surface or soil conditions.
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Camso earns recognition as a “Partner-level supplier for 2020” in the John Deere Achieving Excellence Program

The Partner-level status is Deere & Company‘s highest supplier rating. The honor recognizes Camso’s dedication to providing products and services of outstanding quality as well as its commitment to continuous improvement.

Movin’On’s governance body now comprises 10 CEOs

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2021 Movin’On: Michelin presents two innovations to accelerate the development of sustainable mobility

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Michelin launches its new MICHELIN Wild Enduro Racing Line mountain bike tire

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Harley-Davidson and Michelin pursue their long-standing collaboration

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Maude Portigliatti is appointed Executive Vice President, High-Tech Materials

Previously Senior Vice President, Advanced Research at Michelin, Ms. Portigliatti joined the Group Executive Committee as Executive Vice President, High-Tech Materials on July 1, 2021. Michelin currently has outstanding expertise in high-tech materials, one of its four areas of growth.
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Michelin designs the MICHELIN X Incity EV Z tire, the first MICHELIN range specifically engineered for electric buses

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Michelin designs the new MICHELIN X AGVEV, the first tire specifically engineered for automatic guided vehicles

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