Denso Manufacturing, the automotive company founded by billionaire investor Warren Buffett, is a subsidiary of American car manufacturer Ford Motor Co. Its manufacturing business makes the vehicles used by automakers such as Volkswagen AG and BMW AG.
The company is also the primary producer of electric cars and electric hybrids.
Denso is based in Los Angeles and operates by way of a private equity fund.
It owns the majority of Denso Automotive and Denso Performance Automotive, two of the largest manufacturers in the American car market.
Denos’ manufacturing business is a $1.8 billion business.
The automotive companies make cars in about a dozen countries and sell them in more than 80 countries around the world.
The majority of these sales come from North America, with Germany and the United Kingdom among the biggest buyers.
Densonos is based out of New York City and operates its manufacturing and sales operations in Detroit, Texas and the Netherlands.
It makes the BMW i3 and Audi R8 and sells them in the United States.
In the U.S., Densonas sales have been declining, down almost a quarter in the last five years.
Ford also is the world’s largest car maker.
Its global business includes the F-Series compact crossover SUV, the Lincoln MKC compact crossover sedan, the XTS crossover SUV and the Escape crossover SUV.
It has more than 1,400 factories worldwide, and employs about 14,000 people.
In 2015, Ford paid $1 billion to buy Densona, the world leader in electric vehicles.
Ford made about $6 billion in 2016 from Denson autos, including $3.6 billion from Denso and about $1 million from Ford’s North American subsidiary, Denso.
American car manufacturers make about $30 billion in annual profit from their automotive businesses.
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