Exact Systems has a joint venture with French SNECI and wants to employ up to 200 people

As part of a joint venture with French partner SNECI, Exact Systems will control and support the production of cars and parts for them in French plants, the company announced. By the end of 2023, Exact Systems plans to employ up to 200 employees in France. In addition, thanks to cooperation with SNECI, the company will offer a new group of expert services for the automotive industry.

“Today, when thinking about development in the automotive industry, it is impossible not to be in France. It is the second, after Germany, economy in the European Union and the 7th in the world, and every tenth euro from export is generated by French automotive. This is a competitive sector that has undergone a huge metamorphosis in recent years with global consequences for the industry, mainly due to the merger of the French PSA group with the Italian-American FCA concern. Their merger in 2021 resulted in the creation of Stellantis, the world’s fourth automotive concern, with such brands in its portfolio as Peugeot, Citroën, Opel and Alfa Romeo. Another strong group with French roots is Renault, and moreover, international car manufacturers, such as Volkswagen, Toyota and Ford, as well as car parts and equipment, such as Valeo and Forvia, have their factories on the Seine. This is an excellent ground for expansion,” said Paweł Gos, president of Exact Systems, quoted in the release.

The twelfth representative office in Europe (Exact Systems also has a company in China) was registered as Exact Systems France. This time, the quality control leader opted for a different model than in the case of most opened foreign representative offices. Together with its French partner SNECI, it created a joint venture entity.

“When we enter this market, we do not feel anonymous, because Exact Systems has carried out many quality control orders in recent years, which it received from French companies. So far, we have provided services for manufacturers from France at plants in other countries where we have our representative offices. However, we received many signals from our partners that they are interested in continuing cooperation on their local French market. An additional motivation to conquer this country was our global agreements with international manufacturers, which authorize us to cooperate with their branches in many countries,” added the president of Exact Systems France, Dariusz Dengusiak.


Exact Systems has been operating since 2004 and is a leader in the quality control industry, i.e. selection, repair and sorting of parts, components and finished products for representatives of the automotive industry in Poland. The main recipients of the company’s services are suppliers and sub-suppliers for the automotive industry and car manufacturers. Currently, the company has its representative offices in 13 countries: Poland, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Slovakia, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and China.


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