Automotive Lighting
Automotive Lighting Reutlingen GmbH
Automotive lighting logo.svg
Rechtsform Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung
Gründung 1999
Sitz Reutlingen
Mitarbeiter 9750 weltweit (2008)
Umsatz Rund 1,6 Mrd. Euro (2007)
Branche Zulieferer der Automobilindustrie
Website http://www.al-lighting.com

Automotive Lighting (AL) ist eine 100 %ige Tochtergesellschaft der Magneti-Marelli-Gruppe. Das Unternehmen ging 1999 aus der Lighting Group von Magneti Marelli und der K2 Lichttechnik von Bosch hervor. 2003 kaufte Magneti Marelli die restlichen Anteile von AL auf.

Die Kernkompetenz liegt in der Entwicklung und Produktion von Fahrzeugscheinwerfern und -rückleuchten.

2007 präsentierte AL den ersten Voll-LED-Scheinwerfer im Audi R8,[1] der 2008 mit dem red dot-Award in der Kategorie product design ausgezeichnet wurde.[2]

Standorte

Momentan ist Automotive Lighting an 21 Standorten Weltweit vertreten

Nord-Amerika

Juarez (MX), Querétaro (MX), Detroit Area (US)

Süd-Amerika

Contagem (BR)

Europa

Jihlava (CZ), Brotterode (DE), Reutlingen (DE), Barcelona (ES), Paris (FR), St. Julien (FR), Cannock (GB), Tolmezzo (IT), Venaria (IT), Sosnowiec (PL), Rjasan (RU), Bursa (TR),

Asien

Wuhu (CN), Shanghai (CN), Yokohama (JP), Penang (MY),

Quellenangaben

  1. auto motor und sport – Audi: Voll-LED-Scheinwerfer für R8
  2. Florian Langenscheidt, Bernd Venohr (Hrsg.): Lexikon der deutschen Weltmarktführer. Die Königsklasse deutscher Unternehmen in Wort und Bild. Deutsche Standards Editionen, Köln 2010, ISBN 978-3-86936-221-2.

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