The company was founded in 1898 by Louis Renault. In 1905, with an initial order for 250 taxis, the brand’s factories adopted mass production. Several years later, in 1913, in order to increase productivity and ensure diversification of production, Louis Renault introduced Taylorism (division of the various tasks of the production process) in its factories, a novelty in France. With the outbreak of the First World War, the company produced trucks, stretchers, ambulances, howitzers and even FT17 trolleys, which made a decisive contribution to the final victory. In 1919, Louis Renault was the first private industrialist in France.Show More
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