Magneti Marelli was founded in 1919 as a joint-venture between Fiat and Ercole Marelli, and was named as F.I.M.M. - Fabbrica Italiana Magneti Marelli; the first plant was established in Sesto San Giovanni near Milan, Italy. The company started as a magnet and electrical equipment manufacturer.
Magneti Marelli currently deals with intelligent systems for active and passive safety of vehicles, as well as in the powertrain area.
The business lines include: Lighting (front and rear lighting systems); Powertrain (gasoline, diesel and multi-fuel engine control systems, robotized gear-box Selespeed); Electronic systems (instrument clusters, telematics systems, body computers); suspension systems (suspension passive and active systems, shock-absorbers); Exhaust systems; and Motorsport, where Magneti Marelli develops specific electronic systems for F1, Motorcycle Grand Prix and the World Rally Championship.
Magneti Marelli is headquartered in Corbetta (province of Milan), and works with 56 plants, 9 R&D centres and 27 application centers in Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Poland (Bielsko-Biała), Czech Republic, Russia, Turkey, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, China, Malaysia, and South Africa.
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