RNA occupies an outstanding position in the automotive spring market, where it is today the largest manufacturer of original springs in South America.
RNA’s history begins in 1932, when Fabrini, a suspension springs manufacturer, was founded in São Paulo to serve the aftermarket.
In 1957 Fabrini became a supplier of the first automakers installed in Brazil. 3 years later, Fabrini builds a 20 thousand square meter plant in São Bernardo do Campo.
At the same time Cimebra, founded in 1956 and 11 years later becoming a supplier for automakers, was acquired by Japan’s NHK-Spring, then a group with more than six decades in activity, world-wide operations and one of the largest springs manufacturer in the world, in addition to its strong presence in various other sectors such as automotive seating, industrial equipment and security and information systems.
In 1996, Fabrini is incorporated by Sanluis Rassini. This group which is based in Mexico and produces breaking and suspension systems, is an original equipment supplier to major automakers in the world and has plants all over the American continent. That was the starting point of the decision to work jointly in the Brazilian market through these two groups, forming RNA: Rassini-NHK Automotive, with two plants, one in São Bernardo do Campo in Sao Paulo state and another one in Nova Iguaçu, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, totalizing 35 thousand square meters of constructed area, built on total area of 55 thousand square meters.
To supply products that exceed customers and shareholders' expectations through the commitment of our employees.
To shape RNA as a company that is synonym of comfort and safety, pride for its employees and satisfaction for its shareholders.
|Commitment:||Comply with the established agreements, deadlines and responsibilities.|
Act with transparency to apply the standards set.
|Humbleness:||Be modest and always keep in mind that we do not know everything nor are we always right.|
|Respect:||Maintain good relations with everyone.|
|Unity:||Work with team spirit.|
Ensured quality to guarantee customer satisfaction - this is the spirit that guides the day to day lives of all RNA associates. This quality is reflected in the awards received from several automakers.
› RNA currently supplies Agrale, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Iveco, KLL, Man/ Volkswagen, Mitsubishi, Navistar, Nissan, Scania, Showa, Suspensys/ Randon, Suzuki and Toyota directly.
› The Fabrini and NHK brands are well respected in the spare part market for their quality and great durability, an image that is further reinforced by RNA's commercial seriousness.
› The ISO/TS 16949:2009 and ISO 14001:2004 certifications confirm RNA's commitment to quality and respect for the environment.
The majority of the vehicles circulating in Brazil are equipped with the comfort and safety provided by springs produced by RNA and marketed under the Fabrini and NHK brands, a guarantee of high performance and durability.
At Rassini - NHK Automotive we are committed to increasing and continuous efforts to maintain a friendly relationship with the environment.
› Pollution prevention actions and environmental aspects control;
› Project and production activities for the automotive industry that satisfy the legal requirements and other requirements acceptable by RNA and match our environmental aspects;
› The periodic definition of objectives and environmental goals.
*The township of São Bernardo has Ecology and Citizenship Centers that are prepared to receive the recyclable material. For information, please call: 4368-7837 or 4332-9111
Every time we learn something, we climb one step, becoming more mature, conscious human beings and responsible for our world. This responsibility is the backbone of the Aprender Project, an idea originated to provide youths the opportunity to climb several steps in their lives.
RNA believes that education and access to information are vital for the development of every human being and their interaction in the society and in the workplace.
This belief led RNA to create the Aprender Project. It consists of English and computer classes, as well as a library and Internet access for around 60 youths, the children of associates and local community inhabitants.