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Fiat Relaunch Plan 2003

After reviewing the challenging conditions that the Company has faced in recent years, the Board of Directors decided to adopt a Relaunch Plan.

The main objective of the Plan is to enable the Fiat Group to earn a return on sales (ROS) of 4% by the end of 2006, representing a gain of 5.5 percentage points over 2002, when ROS was a negative 1.4%. This improvement will be achieved even if demand remains relatively weak and is based on conservative market-share assumptions, despite the fact that the Group plans to introduce a number of new products.    ... more ..


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The Fiat Groupís manufacturing and service activities, which are centered on its traditional automotive business, serve customers in more than 190 countries around the globe.


2002 Automotive Activities

Fiat's automotive activities account for 72% of total sales (before intercompany eliminations) and 64% of net invested capital. They include three business lines:

  • Automobiles

The Groupís automobile operations are conducted primarily by its Automobile Sector, which includes Fiat Auto Holdings B.V and its subsidiaries. The Sector markets automobiles under the Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo brands and light commercial vehicles under the Fiat brand. The Automobile Sector provides financing services to its dealers and suppliers and offers motorists a comprehensive line of mobility services. Ferrari and Maserati are also part of the Fiat Group. They produce luxury sports cars that excel for their exclusive characteristics, technology and performance.

  • Agricultural and Construction Equipment

This Sector, which is led by CNH Global N.V., is active in the field of tractors and agricultural equipment through the Case IH, New Holland and Steyr brands and in the construction equipment business through the Case, FiatAllis, Fiat Kobelco, Kobelco, New Holland Construction and O&K brands. The Sectorís financial services provide support to end customers and to its dealers.

  • Commercial Vehicles

Iveco N.V. is the lead company of the Commercial Vehicles Sector. This Sector designs, produces and sells complete lines of commercial vehicles (Iveco and Seddon Atkinson brands), busses (Iveco and Irisbus brands), firefighting vehicles (Camiva, Iveco and Magirus brands) and diesel engines (Aifo brand). Through its Transolver subsidiary, the Sector provides a full range of financial services.

  • Other Industrial Sectors

These Sectors include Components, Production Systems, Metallurgical Products and Aviation. Their products and areas of business are listed below.

  • Automotive modules and components for lighting systems, exhaust systems, suspensions and shock absorbers, and engine control units.

  • Industrial automation systems for the automotive industry in the areas of product and process engineering, logistics and management, manufacturing, installation, production startup and maintenance.

  • Engine blocks, cylinder heads and other components for cast-iron engines; cast-iron components for transmissions, gearboxes and suspensions; and magnesium bodywork components.

  • Components and systems for airplane and helicopter engines, turbines for ship propulsion, propulsion systems for rocket boosters and satellites, and aircraft engine overhaul services.

  • Other non Industrial Sectors

These Sectors, which include Insurance, Services and Publishing and Communications, engage in the following businesses:

  • Complete line of casualty insurance, life insurance and bankassurance products. Through Toro Targa Assicurazioni, a joint venture with Fiat Auto, the Insurance Sector sells insurance through the Fiat dealer network.

  • Services in the areas of personnel administration, temporary staffing, engineering and facility management, administrative and corporate finance consulting, information and communication technology, purchasing, and e-procurement.

  • Publication of the La Stampa newspaper and sale of advertising space for multimedia customers.


 

Figures in billions of lire  (source : Fiat SpA)

1998

1997

1996

1995

Automobiles -- Fiat Auto

Net Revenues

48,134 50.734 42.502 41.197

Number of Employees

93,514

118.109

116.144

116.790

Commercial Vehicles -- Iveco

Net Revenues

12,874

11.328

10.749

11.129

Number of Employees

31,912

32.074

32.448

33.424

Agricultural and Construction Equipment -- New Holland

Net Revenues

9,926

10.232

8.558

8.218

Number of Employers

21,344

19.077

18.619

18.820

Other Automotive Business

Net Revenues

11,232

10.617

9.377

9.214

Number of Employees

47,482

40.891

40.922

40.081

Other Businesses

Net Revenues

9,965

15.545

14.934

13.533

Number of Employees

12,598

32.171

29.732

28.311

 

fiat revenue structure 1998

The segments and the other businesses:

Automobiles (Fiat Auto):

Commercial Vehicles (Iveco):

  • Iveco
  • Iveco-Ford Truck
  • Iveco-Pegaso
  • Astra
  • Iveco-Magirus
  • Seddon Atkinson
  • Orlandi

Agricultural and Construction Equipment (New Holland):

  • New-Holland
  • FiatAgri
  • Braud
  • Ford
  • Fiat-Hitachi

Other Automotive Business:

  • Teksid
  • Magneti Marelli
  • Comau

Other businesses:

  • FiatAvio
  • Fiat Ferroviaria
  • Snia BPD
  • Itedi
  • Toro Assicurazioni
  • Other companies incl. Ferrari and Maserati

 


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