Company

Eurofit is the European leading Tire-Wheel Assembly specialist.

Eurofit  is a reliable partner for the European Automotive Industry, dedicated to high-quality tire-wheel assembly and innovative solutions. We deliver to the highest specifications of OEM customers, supplying the essential element of the automotive vehicle. Our extended knowledge comes from more than twenty-five years of experience in the industry. With the commitment to customer satisfaction and tire-wheel innovation, we strive to develop a win-win partnership with our customers and manufacturers. We specialize in: tire-wheel assembly, logistics, quality assurance, component management and process innovation.

Eurofit tire-wheel assembly

We strongly believe that our assets are our culture and employees.
These may be recognized in our values:

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We care for each other

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We focus on our customers

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We empower people

We act accountably

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We embrace change

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We foster feedback and lessons learned

Strategy

Our strategy is composed by four key pillars: people, customer management, market leadership and cost efficiency to ensure a sustainable profitability. We are eager to develop long term partnerships with our customers whilst assuring a stable future for our group. We believe that the success of this strategy comes from our people which represents the key assets of our organization. Furthermore, we focus on customer centricity, while continuously challenging cost efficiency.

SUSTAINABLE PROFITABILITY
People
SUSTAINABLE PROFITABILITY
Customer Management
SUSTAINABLE PROFITABILITY
Cost Efficiency
SUSTAINABLE PROFITABILITY
Market Leadership

History

Eurofit Group was founded in 1996. We are a joint venture between Michelin and Continental.

1990
Guichen (France)

1992
Zaragoza (Spain)

1996
Ghent (Belgium) Mosel (Germany) Hannover (Germany) Brussels (Belgium)

1997
Böblingen (Germany) Rastatt (Germany)

1998
Köln (Germany)

1999
Onnaing (France)

2001
Vigo (Spain)

2003
Poissy (France)

2007
Hambach (France)

2011
Kecskemét (Hungary)

2015
Sochaux (France)

2018
Nitra (Slovakia)