The Automotive industry is a years-long supply chain with hundreds of specialists needed along the way. Brunet has supplied professionals to industry leaders for years in almost all IT, Engineering and administrative roles there is. Our experienced recruiters know the traits your company is looking for to build the best team possible to meet company goals.


The Multi-Industry Advantage

Brunet doesn’t just work in the automotive industry. This allows our professionals to think outside the box and provide solutions that siloed organizations may have never thought of. By using our experience with manufacturing companies, for example, we can apply that knowledge to problems facing automotive assembly lines.

Brunet has a automotive industry, all those companies and activities involved in the manufacture of motor vehicles, including most components, such as engines and bodies, but excluding tires, batteries, and fuel. The industry’s principal products are passenger automobiles and light trucks, including pickups, vans, and sport utility vehicles. Commercial vehicles (i.e., delivery trucks and large transport trucks, often called semis), though important to the industry, are secondary. The design of modern automotive vehicles is discussed in the articles automobile, truck, bus, and motorcycle; automotive engines are described in gasoline engine and diesel engine. The development of the automobile is covered in transportation, history of: The rise of the automobile.

The history of the automobile industry, though brief compared with that of many other industries, has exceptional interest because of its effects on history from the 20th century. Although the automobile originated in Europe in the late 19th century, the United States completely dominated the world industry for the first half of the 20th century through the invention of mass production techniques. In the second half of the century the situation altered sharply as western European countries and Japan became major producers and exporters.

Although steam-powered road vehicles were produced earlier, the origins of the automotive industry are rooted in the development of the gasoline engine in the 1860s and ’70s, principally in France and Germany. By the beginning of the 20th century, German and French manufacturers had been joined by British, Italian, and American makers.