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The German ZF Group is among the biggest independent suppliers of powertrain and chassis components for the automotive industry worldwide. Annual sales of the group in 2011 were €15,509 million with annual increase of 20 percent.

(Source: Courtesy of ZF Sachs Slovakia a.s.)

The German ZF Group is among the biggest independent suppliers of powertrain and chassis components for the automotive industry worldwide. Annual sales of the group in 2011 were €15,509 million with annual increase of 20 percent.

The group operates 121 production sites and 8 main development centres in 27 countries
worldwide. In 2011 ZF employed a total of 71,488 employees.

In Slovkia ZF employs 2800 employees in three affiliated companies with plants in Trnava
and Levice. In 2011, total sales amounted to €330 million with annual increase of 23 percent.

ZF Sachs Slovakia a.s.
Strojárenská 2 Ul. Zeppelina 3
917 02 Trnava 934 01 Levice
Tel: +421 (0)33 595-9147 Tel: +421 (0)36 629-4601
Production of drivetrain components – clutches and torque converters

ZF Boge Elastmetall Slovakia a.s.
Strojárenská 2
917 02 Trnava
Tel: +421 (0)33 592-9212
Production of chasis components - rubber-to-metal parts

ZF Levice, s. r. o.
Strojárenská 2 Ul. Zeppelina 3
917 02 Trnava 934 01 Levice
Tel: +421 (0)33 595-9147 Tel: +421 (0)36 629-4701, +421 (0)36 629-4801
Production of chassis components – chasis components - front and rear axle shock absorbers,stabiliser links, ball joints

www.zf.com

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