Carrè - Italy
The Carrè plant is the historical plant and the headquarter of the Group.
Cumiana - Italy
Gemini, located in Cumiana in the province of Turin, is the second most historic plant of the group.
Its position at the time had been strategically selected to produce and supply “just in time” interior pieces dedicated to Fiat cars. Now the plant follows the production of seats for railway lines in the French world, interior parts for the aeronautical sector and seats for special vehicles, such as Iveco.
Atessa - Italy
As an internal subcontractor specialized in the die-casting of metal structures, the Atessa plant differs from the other plants.
Neustadt in Sachen - Germany
The first foreign plant ever established in the Group, Clerprem Deutschland specializes in the supply of seating systems mainly dedicated to the German railway world and interior parts for Volkswagen group cars..
Menzel Jemil - Tunisie
The plant in Tunisia is the first opened by the second executive generation of the Clerprem Group. It currently employs the largest number of workers and produces the largest number of parts.
The production of the automotive world is entirely imported into Europe and is destined for the local market. As regards the railway sector, in addition to the European market, it has also diversified as regards the railway lines of North Africa.
Huamantla - Mexico
Clerprem Mexico was opened in 2015 to enter the world of the new Continent. Given the distance from the headquarters, it enjoys a lot of autonomy and specializes in the production of the American and Mexican world both in the railway and automotive sectors. The seats of the carriages that are produced in this plant are intended for internal railway lines in the country and as regards the automotive sector, it is committed to supplying just-in-time products to the final Volkswagen customer.
Sacramento - United States of America
The Californian plant is the newest of the group and its specialized for all the North-American and Canadian market, with the recent investments of the USA, the individual States are encouraging the development on local territory of new railway lines to embrace a more sustainable way of moving.