Magna is a leading global automotive supplier with 317 manufacturing operations and 102 product development, engineering and sales centres in 29 countries. We have over 155,000 employees focused on delivering superior value to our customers through innovative processes and World Class Manufacturing.
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At Magna, we take great ideas and develop them from invention to commercialization. We also know that great thinking happens outside our four walls, and that our ability to commercialise great ideas benefits inventors, founders, entrepreneurs, customers, and ultimately all who share the road.
As a global industry leader and the only automotive supplier in the world with the ability to contribute to every aspect of vehicle design, engineering and production, Magna International is pushing the boundaries of technology to define future mobility. In this new era of mobility, Magna is working with partners, entrepreneurs and start-up companies around the world to help bring ideas and innovation to market and develop game-changing technologies that are making the car of the future safer, smarter, cleaner and lighter.
To augment our own innovation efforts, Magna looks outside our four walls at early stage technologies that could compliment or enhance our current product portfolio. We have adapted an “open for business mentality” that casts our net broader in collaborating, investing and/or partnering with entrepreneurs, universities and the venture capital community. Our goal is to be a a strategic partner and potential investor in helping bring new innovations to the market.
Magna has a comprehensive product range, therefore our interest for new technology is very broad. That is one reason why we have also engaged with companies outside of traditional automotive. Industries such as medical, aerospace and software are working on or already have many technologies that can be applied to automotive especially as we move closer to full autonomy and more electrification. Technologies that include biosciences, artificial intelligence, big data, etc., are all areas that cross industries.
Our objective is simple, we want the venturing and innovation world to better understand Magna, our ability to commercialize innovation and our position to lead in the transformation of the vehicle, the automotive industry and the future mobility landscape in general.
As a global company, Magna manufactures in 29 countries. Therefore, we are able to leverage our global footprint to cultivate relationships with the best universities, venture funds, start-ups accelerators, and inventors. We are very much open for business, backed by our recent partnerships with several companies out of Israel, Canada and the US and multiple co-investment deals we have entered. To learn more, please visit http://www.magna.com/innovation
Drivers and passengers will enjoy a more intuitive experience thanks to technology which relies on motion and the sense of touch inside and outside of the car. To continue developing these advanced technologies for the automotive market, Magna has signed a deal to acquire Haptronik GmbH, further investing in advanced motion-control software and adding to Magna's leadership in mechatronics products.
26 October 2018Read in full
Just over a year ago, Magna launched its first-ever seating business and facility with BMW Group. This week, Magna employees and customer representatives celebrated the grand opening of another new seating facility to support BMW business.
12 October 2018Read in full
As Morocco emerges as a competitive export-focused production base for global automakers, a new resource for vehicle engineering services has also launched: a joint venture between Magna and Altran Technologies SA.
4 October 2018Read in full
Cities around the world increasingly recognise the significance of autonomy, electrification and mobility services to the future of how people live, work and move around in urban centres. As part of Magna's commitment to helping shape future mobility, the company announced it will join BMW i Andretti Motorsport as a primary partner for their Formula E team.
17 September 2018Read in full
With distinctive, high-performance lighting becoming a "must-have" for automakers and other mobility companies, Magna Electronics and Rohinni LLC have formed a joint venture to produce ultra-thin micro LED lighting solutions that are brighter, lighter and more energy-efficient than alternative technologies, including OLED.
29 August 2018Read in full
Magna collected three first-place awards at the 2018 Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) Automotive Awards gala held on July 6 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
17 July 2018Read in full
Automakers will soon have a familiar name to source lighting products on a global scale: Magna International. Magna has signed a deal to acquire OLSA S.p.A., which will expand the company's lighting capabilities to enable it to design, engineer and manufacture headlamps, tail lamps and other lighting products in every key region of the world.
29 June 2018Read in full
Magna has announced its intention to form two new joint ventures with Beijing Electric Vehicle Co. Ltd (BJEV) for complete vehicle manufacturing as well as engineering of electric vehicles.
19 June 2018Read in full
Magna is on the fast track to vehicle electrification. With its all-new industry-leading 48-volt transfer case and an array of other 48-volt products, Magna continues to help automakers meet increasingly stringent global CO2 and fuel-economy regulations.
15 June 2018Read in full
Getting around in some of the crowded city streets of America is about to get a little easier. May Mobility, a Michigan startup building self-driving shuttles, has partnered with Magna, a mobility technology company and one of the world's largest automotive suppliers, to retrofit and scale up May Mobility's unique fleet of self-driving shuttles set to enter the US market.
14 June 2018Read in full