Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) January 06, 2008 -- The new report will allow you to discover trends in outsourcing at component level. It provides analysis of the major OEMs approach to outsourcing and the drivers involved, along with forecasts and an outlook to 2010.
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Outsourcing trends at component level. The interior, exterior, chassis, electronic and powertrain components, modules and systems, have seen significant change in the roles played by supplier and OEM over recent years. This section looks at the value of outsourced components, the suppliers who dominate each market, and estimates future market value. It also outlines the benefits to the OEMs of outsourcing.
Chapter 3 - This chapter analyses the major OEM's approaches to outsourcing and the drivers involved. It looks specifically at BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Fiat, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai-Kia, Renault-Nissan, Toyota and the VW Group.
Chapter 4 - This chapter looks to the future, forecasting the growth of outsourcing in the automotive industry to 2010.
Table of Contents :
Chapter 1 Introduction Why do OEMs outsource? Some examples of long-term outsourced components Potential benefits of outsourcing Key development themes in outsourcing 2000-2005 Modules and systems
Chapter 2 Outsourcing trends - by component level Interior Seats Dashboard/cockpits Exterior Roof systems/modules Stampings/welded sub-assemblies Chassis Axle/suspension modules Shock absorbers Electrical/electronic Driver assistance systems Wiring harnesses Powertrain Fuel systems Complete vehicle engineering/assembly
Chapter 3 Analysis of major OEMs' approach to outsourcing and the drivers involved BMW DaimlerChrysler (DCX) Fiat Ford (including Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo) General Motors Honda Hyundai-Kia PSA Peugeot-CitroÃ«n Renault-Nissan Toyota (including Lexus, Scion) VW Group - Audi, SEAT, Å koda, VW
Chapter 4 Outlook & forecasts to 2010 Modules vs systems outsourcing Labour as a factor in future outsourcing Platforms & niche vehicles Forecasts Sector outlook & forecasts
List of tables :
Table 1: Turnover SAS Worldwide in % for 2004 Table 2: Market share of the leading competitors in Western Europe in shock absorbers for current models (based on peak volume) Table 3: Some examples of BMW's use of modular assemblies Table 4: Major component operations divested by DaimlerChrysler since 1999 Table 5: Some key common suppliers to Epsilon vehicles (Saab 9-3, Opel Vectra, Chevrolet Malibu) Table 6: Vehicles built off PSA's major platforms Table 7: Growth in Toyota's global production capacity 1995-2004 Table 8: Volkswagen AG purchasing volumes by business line and markets (â¬bn) Table 9: Value of outsourced global market at component level 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 (US$)
List of figures :
Figure 1: The Ford Rouge plant, Dearborn, late 1920s. Figure 2: Change in value contribution 2003-2006 in the average German car Figure 3: Growth in driver assistance systems in Europe 2001-2010 Figure 4: Hyundai's Alabama plant location