Today, as one of the largest automotive suppliers in Brazil, Valeo employs top-qualified engineers and professionals to ensure the ongoing growth of the company.
Valeo’s history in Brazil started in 1974, with the acquisition of the Brazilian radiators factory, Sofica, located in Sao Paulo. Shortly after, the group acquired Cibié, and the three companies merged together and settled in the area of Interlagos in Sao Paulo. In 1980, the Group adopted the name of VALEO. Another major milestone in Valeo’s Brazilian history is the opening of the factory in Campinas in 1999 with the production of thermal and visibility systems. A year later, Valeo introduced Valeo Service to the automotive market, a new and effective business model where the aftermarket clients find all Valeo products in one distribution network.
At Valeo, we strive to create a workplace based on ethics, transparency, empowerment, professionalism and teamwork. Our employees and their well-being are at the heart of our operations and we believe in creating respectful and inclusive workplaces founded on these values. We develop the technology for tomorrow’s automobile – what about your development?
In Brazil, Valeo has set up a number of production sites, a distribution center dedicated to the aftermarket, Valeo Service, and excellent Research and Development centers (R&D). The Group’s factories are located in 8 different cities, employing thousands ofwell-trained employees. Valeo Brazil develops high technology products and new solutions that put the Group at the center of the three revolutions that are changing the automotive industry: electrification, autonomous vehicles and digital mobility. Valeo, being an original equipment manufacturer, is a recognized expert in thermal and visibility systems in Brazil and worldwide.
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