Founded 1871 (146 years ago)
Headquarters Hanover, Germany
Key people • Wolfgang Reitzle, (Chairman)
• Elmar Degenhart, (CEO)
Products Tyres, brake systems, powertrain and chassiscomponents, automotive safety, vehicle electronics
Revenue €44.550 billion (2017)
€7.6 billion (2017)
€3.1 billion (2017)
€14.735 billion (2016)
Number of employees 220,137 (2016)
It is a private company, it is a subsidiary company. It is owned and controlled by the parent company, the parent company is situated in Germany, and 100% of holdings are from Parent company.
Board of Directors
Mr. Prashanth Doreswamy, Managing Director (India).
The executive board
Dr. Elmar Degenhart, Chairman of the executive board.
Mr. Jose A. Avila, Member of executive board (Powertrain Division).
Mr. Hans-Jurgen Duensing, Member of executive board (Contitech Division).
Mr. Frank Jourdan, Member of executive board (Chassis & safety Division).
Mr. Helmut Matschi, Member of executive board (Interior Division).
Dr. Ariane Reinhart, Member of executive board.
Mr. Wolfgang Schafer, Member of executive board.
Mr. Nikolai Setzer, Member of executive board.
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