The Boston Consulting Group recently published a great analysis about the changing landscape of global manufacturing. The reasons and adoption tactics can be important for all manufacturing companies around the globe.
Eastern Europe became a leading automotive manufacturing location: it produced the 59% of Germany’s output in 2012, which is more than the output of France, Italy and Belgium altogether. The automotive industry is not just robust but growing, thanks to the strong technical education, good infrastructure and stable business environment.
These few slides try to help you when its about the site selection of your new automotive manufacturing plant.
When it’s about industrial site selection, grants can be the mousse on the cake. I don’t suggest to make a decision based on grants only, but why shouldn’t calculate with free money when some governments provide it?
Reading government information, the world is full with fantastic manufacturing locations. But do goverment PR guys tell the truth? In these few slides we try to collect and investigate some data about China and Central- and Eastern Europe, to provide you some comparisons about the manufacturing locations.
The output of Central and Eastern Europe's automotive industry reached in 2012 the 59% of German automotive industry, which is higher than France and Italy's performance all together. Robust and growing local clusters open new opportunities for industry players.