Motherson Sumi Systems Limited

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Motherson Sumi Systems Ltd (MSSL) is a diversified global auto component manufacturer. It is the flagship company of USD 6.9 Bn, Samvardhana Motherson Group, which employs more than 73,000 professionals globally.

MSSL was established in 1986 as a joint venture with Sumitomo Wiring Systems Ltd., Japan. Starting as a wiring harness manufacturer in India, MSSL today caters to all leading global automobile manufacturers, serving the entire cross-section of the automotive industry with a diversified product range.

MSSL is a joint venture specialist having strategic partnerships with leading global players in its key business areas, working with the vision ‘To Be a Globally Preferred Solutions Provider’. The company provides integrated full system solutions to its customers in all its product categories.

Having presence in 25 countries with over 170 manufacturing facilities, MSSL is one of the largest manufacturers of rearview mirrors for passenger cars in the world with 22% market share. It’s also India’s largest manufacturer of automotive wiring harnesses and mirrors for passenger cars and one of the largest manufacturers of IP modules, door trims and bumpers for mainly European OEMs, supplying plastic components and modules to the global automotive industry.

Since, 2008-09, MSSL has witnessed more than 13 fold increase in its turnover to US$ 5.5 Bn in 2014-15, growing at a CAGR of almost 53% during the same period.

It has been ranked ‘The No.1 Auto Ancillary Company’ in India by Fortune India for the 5th consecutive year starting from 2010 to 2015. Also, recognized as “Company of the Year” by Business Standard at Business Standard Annual Awards for 2014.

MSSL’s focus and commitment towards innovation, workforce diversity and career mentoring makes it one of the best places to work, learn and excel.

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Status: 

Operating

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Employee Count Range: 

10,000+

Company type: 

Public Company

Founded year: 

1986

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