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Dacia's Powertrain and Chassis Plant is in charge with manufacturing rough aluminium foundry parts, machining and assembling engines and gear boxes; machining parts; assembling front and rear axles; welding of axles for Dacia's range models and for Renault models manufactured worldwide.

The Powertrain Plant employs over 3700 people. The 10 buildings of the Powertrain Plant, covering a total surface of 163,341 m², are all located on the industrial site in Mioveni. The manager of the Powertrain Plant isJacques EUDELINE.

The 6 departments of the plant are:

I. The Engine Department
The Engine Department is in charge with manufacturing and assembling engine parts and with machining spare parts for the Dacia range.
The activity of the Engine Department takes place in two buildings, covering a total surface of approximately 23,000 m².

II. The J Gearboxes Department
The Department is in charge with manufacturing JH gearboxes and spare parts for these mechanical organs and for the TL4 and TL8 gearboxes;
The activity of the Department takes place in two buildings, covering a total surface of approximately 31,400 m².
The JH gearbox are assembled on the X90 range models manufactured in the Assembly Plant in Romania and in the other Renault plants around the world which manufacture the Logan.

III. The TL Gearbox Department
The TLx (MT1) last generation gearbox manufactured here is the first common gearbox the the Renault-Nissan Alliance. The 6-speed gearbox, displaying a torque up to 240 Nm, is adapted to the new petrol (1.8 l and 2.0 l) and diesel (1.5 l) engines.
The activity of the Department takes place in one building, covering a total surface of approximately 29,000 m².
Hierarchically, the Department is integrated into the Powertrain Plant. Legally, it represents the new Renault Mécanique Roumanie plant (RMR). The RMR plant was inaugurated on 13 May, in the presence of the former Prime-Minister Calin Popescu-Tariceanu, of the French Ambassador, of public authorities and of the press.
The plant was built on Renault standards, in compliance with the ISO 9001 (management and quality) and ISO 14 001 (environment protection) standards.
The 5,000 gearboxes manufactured weekly are all exported to the other plants of the Alliance (the Renault plants in Maubeuge and Douai in France and the Nissan plant in Sunderland, Great Britain).
The TL gearbox manufactured by Dacia is assembled on various Renault (Clio, Modus, New Kangoo, Mégane, Scénic, New Laguna) and on the new Nissan models (Tiida, Sentra, Versa, Latio, Livia, Note, Qashqai).
The Department employs about 350 people.

IV. The Aluminium Foundry Department
The Aluminium Foundry Department manufactures founded aluminum parts for gearboxes and engines made by Dacia and for other different Renault plants in Europe, South America, Africa, Asia.
The activity of the Engine Department takes place in two buildings, covering a total surface of approximately 20,000 m². The Department is comprised of 4 manufacturing shops and one maintenance shop. Following investments during the last years, the Foundry Department doubled its output, from 6,500 tons in 2007 to 9,500 in 2009.
The department employs 524 people.

V. The Welding and Stamping Department

VI. The Machining-Assembly-Cataphorisis Department

The 2008 output:

  • 256, 872 engines (the 1.4 and the 1.6l petrol engines and the 1.9 l diesel engine)
  • 340,944 gear boxes (the JH 5-speed gearbox and the TL4 6-speed gearboxes)
  • 286.982 transmission shafts
  • 7,402 tons of rough aluminium foundry parts

The 2009 output:

  • 273,559 engines (the 1.4 and the 1.6l petrol engines and the 1.9 l diesel engine)
  • 446,252 gear boxes (the JH 5-speed gearbox and the TL4 6-speed gearboxes)
  • 193,586 transmission shafts
  • 9,510 tons of rough aluminium foundry parts
  • 382,995 front axles
  • 300,094 rear axles
  • 484,842 powertrain frames

The Powertrain Plants uses the Renault Production System (SPR) and contributes to Dacia's industrial efficiency.

source http://www.daciagroup.com/en/about-us/dacia-industrial-site/dacia-mechanical-and-chassis-plant
 
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