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By Max Bernhard
Compagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin (ML.FR) and Faurecia SA (EO.FR) plan to merge their hydrogen fuel-cell operations into a joint venture, the two automotive suppliers said Monday.
The new company will develop, produce and market fuel-cell systems for the automotive sector and be equally owned by Michelin and Faurecia. The business will get its name from Michelin's fuel-cell maker Symbio, which will be incorporated, the two French companies said.
Faurecia Chief Executive Patrick Koller said the move will accelerate the market launch of fuel-cell products.
"Our joint ambition is to create a center of excellence for hydrogen mobility in France through the gradual combination of our activities," he said.
This deal is subject to the approval of the relevant authorities.
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March 11, 2019 10:23 ET (14:23 GMT)
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