Mazda Motor Corporation

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Mazda Motor Corporation


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T: +81 822821111

Public company (TSE: 7261)

Contact: Mr Masamichi Kogai, President and CEO

Japanese auto company. Manufactures Mazda automobiles. Company headquarters are in Hiroshima. Part of Sumimoto group.

Takashi Yamanouchi
Takashi Yamanouchi, President, CEO and chairman of the board at Mazda Group.
"The launch of a new joint venture indicates that Mazda is ready to expand and to take part in the development of the Russian car manufacturing industry."
Mazda in the World

The company was founded in 1920.

18 plants all over the world.

Over 37,000 jobs in the world.

In 2014, Mazda was officially recognized as one of the safest vehicles in the world.

Mazda in Russia

First plant outside of Japan.

The only plant in Europe.

Mazda in Russia - history

1993 – the first Mazda dealership is opened in Russia.

2011 – Mazda and the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation sign an agreement regarding the organization of a car assembly line at the plant in Primorsky Krai.

September 6th – the Mazda plant opened in Vladivostok.

October 2012 – the first Mazda CX-5 automobiles assembled in Russia.

April 2013 – launch of Mazda 6 manufacturing line.

May 2013 – launch of the diesel-powered Mazda CX-5 manufacturing line.

August 2013 – launch of the SsangYong Actyon plant.

August 2014 – Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus to become an anchor investor of new Primorie SEZ.

Investments in Russia

JSC Mazda Sollers Manufacturing Rus

Two Mazda models – CX-5 crossover and Mazda 6 sedan, SsangYong Actyon.

Plant capacity – up to 70,000 cars per year.

August 2014 – the plan for the expansion of plant capacity to up to 100,000 cars per year is announced.