The Lyon site celebrates 100 years6/29/16
From 1916, the site supported the assembly of almost 15,000 CBA trucks delivered to the French Army during World War I. In the 1930s, a new wave of construction gave rise to large offices for administrative activities.
After World War II, the site continued to grow. By 1974, the 24,000 trucks manufactured by Berliet made up half the French production and almost 60 per cent of the company’s employees worked at the Lyon site.
Today, the site with its 4,000 employees is a reputed centre of excellence in several technical areas such as engine development and hybrid technology. The centennial anniversary will be celebrated later this year. Congratulations!