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Several Headwinds Hit Faurecia Q1 Revenue and 2022 Guidance; Slight FVE Decrease to EUR 55

Richard Hilgert Senior Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

| Richard Hilgert |

No-moat French auto parts supplier Faurecia reported first-quarter 2022 revenue of EUR 5.3 billion representing a 33% increase on an as-reported basis compared to EUR 4.0 billion reported in the prior year. Excluding two months revenue from the Hella acquisition and favorable currency effect, organic revenue increased 1.1%. Because of sporadic production caused by the Ukraine crisis and China COVID-19 lockdowns, March organic revenue declined 6%. Even so, the year-over-year first quarter increase was 530 basis points better than the 4.2% decline in global light vehicle production. Faurecia only reports revenue in the first and third quarter.

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Faurecia SE's Company Profile

Business Description

Excluding the Hella acquisition, Faurecia operates in automotive seating, interior systems, cockpit electronics, and emission control technologies. The company has a global presence, with production facilities in 33 countries, but it has about 52% of its facilities located in high-cost countries. Faurecia's five largest customers by percentage of 2021 revenue are Volkswagen at 20%, Stellantis at 18%, Ford at 11%, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance at 11%, and General Motors at 5%. Geographically, Europe accounted for 45% of 2021 revenue, followed by North America at 24%, China at 20%, and all other regions at 11%.

23-27 avenue des Champs-Pierreux
Nanterre, 92000, France
T +33 172367000
Sector Consumer Cyclical
Industry Auto Parts
Most Recent Earnings
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2022
Stock Type
Employees 111,140