Automotive tier 1 suppliers are facing unprecedented industry transformation in electrification along with economic uncertainty. Download this report on the top 20 global suppliers for a deep analysis of their historic margins, as well as solutions for how suppliers could cope with the growing pressures across the supply chain
Following a decade in which the top 20 automotive tier 1 suppliers enjoyed relatively stable profits, many suppliers are entering the new year struggling with declining vehicle sales and manufacturing volume. At the same time, tightening vehicle emissions regulations and wider automotive industry shifts in technology, most notably to electrified powertrains and electric vehicles, require automotive suppliers to make huge investments and capital outlays. The impacts are felt across the automotive supply chain.
Automotive suppliers will increasingly have to find savings, including in supply chain, logistics and manufacturing, to stay competitive, protect margins and increase spending for research and development in CASE (connected, autonomous, shared, electrified) technology – even with returns on investment for these technologies far from certain. With this in mind, the 2020s are set to be a challenging decade, but also one filled with new opportunities.
This free report profiles the top 20 automotive suppliers and examines the development of their profit margins over the past ten years. It analyses the outlook for these companies and explores strategies, innovations and solutions that automotive suppliers across the industry can use to mitigate the effects of margin compression.
“Automotive Tier Supplier Profit Analysis: Mitigating Margin Compression Whilst Navigating Unprecedented Industry Transformation”
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|Robert Bosch Denso Corporation|
|Magna International Continental|
|ZF Friedrichshafen Aisin Seiki|
|Hyundai Mobis Valeo|
|Lear Corporation Faurecia|
|Yazaki Corporation Panasonic Automotive|
|Adient Sumitomo Electric Industries|
|Schaeffler Group JTEKT Corporation|