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Groupement des Concessionnaires Renault Elargi (GCRE)

Our Stakeholders

Our stakeholders are global companies, as well as commercial enterprises that support the GCRE they have an interest in the Association’s activity as something that develops for the present dealers as for the generations of the future, a sort of "heritage" for the future, represented by the GCRE itself.
 
The GCRE maintains strategic relations with its stakeholders for the purpose of carrying out its statutory mission, in the interests of the dealers in the European Union and in the European continent.
 
This section shortly describes the approach adopted by the GCRE with its main stakeholder groups to build and consolidate a relationship of mutual trust over time.

 

GCRE

Groupement des Concessionares Renault Élargi (GCRE) is an organisation which represents the Renault and Dacia dealer networks of several european and eurasian countries.

Their main goal is to influence the developments in (future) car retailing and distribution of spare parts. This by adding their extensive experience to discussions regarding mid- and longterm projects to be implemented.

 

For this purpose GCRE is in close contact with the manufacturer, Renault Group.

In order to share ideas, best practices and their experience for the use of developing midterm and longterm projects initiated by the manufacturer, G.C.R.E. and Renault Group representatives meet on a regular bases.

 

Currently the network representatives from the following countries are actively involved.

Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Turkey and United Kingdom.


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