A GLOBAL LEADER
SEATING & ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION
We serve every major automaker in the world, and Lear content can be found on more than 300 vehicle nameplates worldwide...
Moving Forward Together.
Diversity is an integral part of Lear's global business strategy, and an important factor in both our recruiting and purchasing processes.
Lear is the World Leader in Luxury & Performance Automotive Seating
At Lear, we bring our global customers industry-leading innovations delivered by the best go-to team in the industry. As a leader in vertical integration, our team has expertise with every element of the seat — from structure systems, head restraints, foam and adjusters, to leather and fabric.
Lear is a Global Leader in
Automotive Electrical Distribution Systems
At Lear, our capabilities include wire harnesses, smart junction boxes, terminals, connectors and selected electronics — all designed to reduce weight, complexity and material costs while delivering outstanding performance. Whatever the vehicle application, we deliver the flexibility and speed required to manage continuous improvements, while maintaining consistency and reliability.
Innovation and Technology
Our high quality connection options suit a great variety of applications including automobiles, appliances, industrial open-and-closed-loop controls, telecommunications, and home-entertainment electronics.
- Lear Increases Quarterly Cash Dividend by 18%
- Lear Reports Improved Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2013 Financial Results
- Lear to Participate in the Deutsche Bank Global Auto Industry Conference
- Lear Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2013 Earnings Conference Call
- Lear Corporation Plans to Open Automotive Seating Plant in Iasi, Romania
122,000 Employees at 221 Facilities in 36 Countries
Stock Quote (NYSE:LEA)
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Lear is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol LEA.
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