Renault Group

Mioveni Plant (Dacia)

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Purchased by Groupe Renault in 1999, the Mioveni plant has become a benchmark for industrial complexes, consisting of a bodywork-assembly unit, a mechanical and chassis unit, a foundry and a logistics platform. It produces vehicles for the Global Access programme, a pillar of the Group’s internationalisation strategy, and mechanical components. 86% of the production from the vehicles plant is exported.
  • FOUNDED IN: 1968

  • LEGAL FORM AND CAPITAL OWNERSHIP: Société Anonyme (limited company), 99.43 % owned by Renault

  • ACTIVITY: Bodywork-assembly, mechanical and chassis, replacement parts, logistics platform

  • WORKFORCE: 10,229 employees at December 31, 2020

  • AREA: 288 hectares, o/w 62 hectares of covered buildings

  • CERTIFICATIONS: ISO 9001, ISO 14 001 (version 2015), label SMR

 

Main products

  • Vehicles: Duster 2, Logan 2 & 3, Sandero 2, Sandero Stepway 3.
  • Engines: HR10, KR16, HR09 .
  • Gearboxes: TX26
  • Chassis: front and back axles;
  • Foundry: Aluminium.
Production 2020
  • Logan 2: 30,387 units
  • Logan 2 MCV: 8,563 units
  • New Logan: 447 units
  • Sandero 2: 21,694 units
  • New Sandero: 14,719 units
  • Duster 2: 183,286 units
Powertrain production 2020
  • Gearboxes: 339,044 units
  • Engines: 367,413 units
  • Front axles: 456,376 units
  • Rear axles: 752,421 units
  • Foundry Aluminium: 19,062 tons

Environment

The Dacia and Mioveni plants have integrated environmental aspects into all daily activities and projects.

Environmental policy (In local language only)

Quality

The main objectives of the Dacia's Mioveni plants are to increase competitiveness and ensure the quality of its products to reaffirm its role as the mother-plant for the Global Access plants and to produce vehicles that respect the quality standards expected by customers from around the world.

Quality policy (In local language only)

 

News

On May 13, 2021, the vehicle plant celebrated its 2 millionth Duster. Launched in Mars 2010, at the Geneva Motor Show, Duster has surprised the automotive world by proposing an accessible off-road experience, thus marking a true revolution in the SUV segment. Its practical, robust and accessible features, with actual 4x4 capabilities, still ensure, 11 years after the launch, commercial success.

Our history
Back to the key dates
  • 1968: creation of the Dacia brand and inauguration of the Mioveni plant in August; production of the first R-8 under the name Dacia 1100.
  • 1969: manufacturing of the Dacia 1300 saloon (Renault 12) begins.
  • 1973: manufacturing of the Dacia 1300 estate begins.
  • 1976: Dacia Pick-up, first vehicle autonomously produced.
  • 1983: manufacturing of the Dacia 1302 and 1304 Drop-Side begins.
  • 1990: manufacturing of the Dacia 1325 Liberta 5-door begins.
  • 1992: manufacturing of the Dacia 1307 and 1309 Double Cab begins.
  • 1995: restructuring of Auto Dacia into seven subsidiaries. Dacia Nova, first model wholly Romanian-designed.
  • 1998: 2,000,000th Dacia produced.
  • 1999: Renault takes a 51% controlling interest in Dacia.
  • 2000: Renault raises its stake to 73.29% and then to 80.14%. Manufacturing of the SuperNova with a Renault powertrain.
  • 2001: Renault raises its stake to 92.72%.
  • 2002: manufacturing of the diesel Pick-up range (with Renault F8Q engine).
  • 2003: Renault raises its stake to 99%. Manufacturing of Solenza begins.
  • 2004: june 2: Unveiling of Logan. July 21: Discontinuation of Dacia saloon and estate production.
  • 2005: Solenza production discontinued. 100,000th Logan manufactured.
  • 2006: october: launch of Logan MCV, break version.
  • 2009: launch of Sandero Stepway.
  • 2010: launch of  Dacia Duster in Geneva Motorshow. Millionth Logan manufactured.
  • 2013: manufacturing of TL gearbox no.1 000 000.
  • 2014: Dacia celebrates its 15 years within the group Renault and the 10 years of Logan in Romania.
  • 2015: 3,000,000 vehicles sold since the launch of Logan; Launch of the new Logan Prestige; 500,000 Energy TCe engines; 10th anniversary of ILN Mioveni.
  • 2016: 3,000,000 JH gearboxes. Production of Logan II, Logan II MCV, Sandero II and Sandero Stepway II.
  • 2017: production of Logan MCV Stepway and Dacia Duster 2. 
  • 2018: Dacia and the Mioveni factory celebrate their 50th Anniversary.
  • 2020: 5 million vehicles produced since the acquisition of Dacia by the Groupe Renault and more than 7 million vehicles produced by Dacia over 51 year, launch of new Logan, Sandero and Sandero Stepway models, 4,000,000 BV TX26, 2,500,000 HRxx engines, 15,000,000 chassis, launch of the HR10 Euro6 D Full engine.

Contact us

Usine de Pitesti
Str. Uzinei n°1
Mioveni 115400
Arges
Roumanie

+ 40 248 502 111