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Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

Ford Mondeo sedan has received a technological upgrade aimed at the safety improving of the car and improving of the intelligent driver assistance systems. People can order updated Ford Mondeo at all official Ford dealers in Russia.

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Passenger car production remained “in the red” in September 18.10.19 - 13:22 Passenger car production remained “in the red” in September

1.1 million passenger cars left the Russian conveyors

Supplier Business

Since 2008 the analytic agency "AUTOSTAT" has been fruitfully working with the English company Supplier Business Ltd. (the member of the IHS Global Insight). Analytic agency "AUTOSTAT" is the only official partner of the Supplier Business Ltd. in Russia.

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SupplierBusiness is a business research company focused on automotive supply base issues. The company focuses on the automotive components industry, resulting in a large number of market reports, articles and reviews. In addition, the company conducts several databases: Who Supplies Whom - Complete Database, Global Supplier Profile Database, European Supplier Profile Database, Chinese Supplier Profile Database and others.

 

  • Supplying VW Group

    The Supplying VW Group Report provides detailed analysis of this automaker’s procurement strategies. The report assesses the financials of the company and goes on to provide a thorough analysis of its product, platform manufacturing and purchasing strategies.  Furthermore the report provides an ind-depth examination of VW Group’s methods and practices with regard to supplier selection, global sourcing, pricing policy, quality management and technology.Results from the recent SupplierBusiness OEM Supplier Relations Survey are included along with a SWOT analysis and a rendering of the VW Group’s forward model program and its major suppliers by component sector.

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    Date of issue: 26.10.11

    Format: A4, 111 pages

    Price: 1 750 €

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  • South Korea Supplier Report

    The brand new South Korea Supplier Report features a comprehensive overview of the automotive industry in South Korea, including a macro-economic overview, government policy and planned investment by OEMs and suppliers. The report examines in-depth the manufacturing advantages of South Korea, as well as the giving an overview of which OEMs have the greatest presence there.Furthermore, the features an overview of production in 2010, as well as foreacast numbers and detailed company profiles for 66 South Korean suppliers.

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    Date of issue: 05.10.11

    Format: A4, 191 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • Supplying Chrysler

    The Supplying Chrysler Report provides detailed analysis of this revitalised automaker’s procurement strategies. The report assesses the financials of the company and goes on to provide a thorough analysis of its product, platform manufacturing and purchasing strategies.  It goes on to provide a thorough examination of Chrysler’s methods and practices with regard to supplier selection, global sourcing, pricing policy, quality management and technology.Results from the recent SupplierBusiness OEM Supplier Relations Survey are included along with a SWOT analysis and a rendering of Chrysler’s forward model program and its major suppliers by component sector.

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    Date of issue: 10.08.11

    Format: A4, 87 pages

    Price: 1 750 €

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  • Supplying HCV OEMs Report

    This new report examines the current state of the HCV industry looking at the level of market recovery following the economic crisis. The report analyses the key drivers currently affecting the industry, in particular, fuel efficiency, reduced emissions, safety, industry profitability and the changing nature of supplier/OEM relationships.The report also features analysis of the following key OEM s in China, India and Europe: Daimler, Man Truck Bus AG, Scania, AB Volvo, Iveco, Navistar/International, Paccar, Hino, Isuzu, UD Trucks, Tata, Ashok Leyland, China FAW and DongFeng Motor Corporation.

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    Date of issue: 02.08.11

    Format: A4, 238 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • Chinese Supplier Report

    The latest edition of this highly popular report provides a comprehensive overview of the automotive industry in China. The report examines in-depth the passenger car, commercial vehicle and component sectors.Furthermore, the report considers new technologies and energy vehicles as well as near and long term forecasts and detailed company analysis of over 90 of China s top automotive suppliers.

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    Date of issue: 20.07.11

    Format: А4, 283 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • Alternative Automotive Fuels Report

    This report looks at the factors currently driving the market for alternative fuels and examines regional policies and usage data. Futhermore, the report considers the biofuel debate, and looks at the use of advanced biofuels in non-oil and non-food feedstocks.

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    Date of issue: 19.07.11

    Format: А4, 80 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • OEM-Supplier Relationship Report

    The 2011 OEM-Supplier Relationship Report analyses the state of relations between automakers and suppliers based on the SupplierBusiness authentic SuRe (Supplier Relationship) Index.The index is based on our well-established survey programme of the automotive supply industry, which started in 2005 and which has seen the participation of more than a thousand senior to middle managers working at automotive suppliers and directly interfacing with OEMs personnel. Results of the 2011 research and resulting SuRe Supplier Relationship (SuRe) index rankings are eye opening to say the least. The study, which measures the performance of global carmakers in managing their relationships with their supply base, shows that ratings have fallen by 7.6% on average between 2010 and 2011, marking a return to those levels achieved in 2009, indicating a general deterioration of relations between suppliers and automakers on a global basis over the last twelve months and comes after 2 years of marked improvements when the index increased by 3% and 3.6% respectively. Thirty-three global automakers were ranked, with the major Chinese companies included for the first time.

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    Date of issue: 13.07.11

    Format: A4, 35 pages

    Price: 600 €

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  • Trends in the Global Tire Industry 2011

    Newly published, the 279 page Tire Report provides an in-depth market overview and looks at the internal and external forces currently driving this sector.The report goes on to examine tire labelling, retail and service, key profit opportunities and technologies. Furthermore a region by region analysis is included along with detailed company analysis of all the major industry players.A stock of 28 in-depth company profiles is also included with this report.

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    Date of issue: 28.06.11

    Format: А4, 279 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • Infotainment Report 2011

    This report assesses key trends in infotainment, and considers many of the market drivers and market barriers for the various participants in the infotainment eco-system. The report reviews the activities of many industry forums active in developing standards for infotainment hardware and software.The report also includes a comprehensive review of infotainment sub-systems and technology, including satellite radio, DAB, HD radio, internet radio, Bluetooth, navigation, telematics, voice recognition and smartphone integration strategies. Furthermore, the report analyses the latest developments of the major suppliers in this sector.

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    Date of issue: 15.06.11

    Format: A4, 142 pages

    Price: 1 470 €

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  • ASEAN Suppliers Report

    The ASEAN is home to some of the fastest growing economies in the world. Member countries have become increasingly aware of the potential and growing role that they play in the global automotive industry. This has begun to make all industry players including governments increasingly knowledgeable and tuned into the opportunities. Governments are seeing that targeted regulations can attract investments, investors are choosing the most promising markets to enter and both OEMs and suppliers are looking to benefit. These developments led to the ASEAN Secretariat s Roadmap for Integration of the Automotive Products Sector and the push to implement the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA), which came into full effect in January 2010, allowing for zero-tariff trade among six member nations. These movements signal the emergence of a new era in this region s automotive and automotive supplier industry.

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    Date of issue: 25.05.11

    Format: A4, 227 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • Supplying Toyota

    Following two of the most challenging years in its history with the first loss recorded in over 70 years and a series of global recalls with far-reaching implications affecting the carmaker’s reliability aura, the world’s number one automaker is laying out plans to return to solid business fundamentals and to regain the positive customer perception it has boasted of for years. In order to trigger such changes Akio Toyoda, the company’s president, has decided to make the organisation leaner by reducing the number of directors in the company’s board (from 27 to 11) and ousting some key personnel such as former president Watanabe, who oversaw Toyota’s expansion between 2005 and 2009 and was still part of the board. Under the Global Vision plan Toyota is also delegating more power to regional subsidiaries in the attempt to streamline decision-making, by making it more local, and to gain a greater perception into each country’s problems and requirements. The Global Vision plan, aimed at shaping the Toyota of 2015 and beyond, is being translated into targeted measures for the different regions.

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    Date of issue: 23.03.11

    Format: A4, 101 pages

    Price: 1 750 €

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  • The Electric Vehicles Report 2011

    This 2011 edition examines the key aspects of EV development and the issues affecting demand. The report includes detailed sections on EV Technology (batteries/energy storage/Ultra-Capacitors/Regenerative Braking), Electric Motors (Motor Technology, In-Wheel Motors, Electric Corner Modules, Range Extenders) and Grid connectivity and charging infrastructure (Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (Evse), Inductive Charging). The report also includes sections on Market Development and OEM and Vehicle Programmes along with profiles of 26 key industry suppliers.

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    Date of issue: 02.02.11

    Format: A4, 204 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • European Supplier Report

    The European Automotive Supplier Report looks at the macroeconomic environment including vehicle sales, production, imports and exports. The report also provides analysis of the OEM s, the European Supply Industry and looks at both Eastern and Western Europe.Suppliers major investments in Europe are detailed along with a who supplies whom section for the major OEM s.Also included are over 200 in-depth supplier profiles.

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    Date of issue: 12.01.11

    Format: A4, 191 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • The Fork Lift Truck and Telehandler Report

    The Fork Lift Truck and Telehandler Industry Report provides an in-depth market study analysing the economic background, global and regional markets along with routes to market its future outlook.

    The report examines the current technology used in this sector as well as the latest design trends. Also featured are the major industry manufacturers.

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    Date of issue: 08.12.10

    Format: A4, 96 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • Supplying PSA

    SupplierBusiness’ "Supplying PSA" analyses the carmaker’s procurement strategy including its vertical integration, supplier selection criteria and biases, together with a host of aspects defining the current and potential evolution of the relationship between the French OEM and its increasingly international supply base.

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    Date of issue: 03.11.10

    Format: A4, 95 psges

    Price: 1 750 €

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  • Supplying GM

    One year after the emergence from the automotive industry’s largest bankruptcy, GM’s focus is now being directed towards capitalising an industry that is on the road to recovery. The carmaker, which plans to go public over the next few months, can boast of radical improvements in coping with many of the most challenging issues it has faced over the last few years; capacity reduction, labour costs, incentive-fuelled sales, a galaxy of under-resourced brands, and unconvincing products are being addressed in both the US and Europe – the markets where GM has a more established presence. All BRIC countries see GM well-positioned to grasp its share of growth, although to a varying extent.

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    Date of issue: 30.07.10

    Format: A4, 139 pages

    Price: 1 750 €

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  • Bus and Coach Report

    The new Bus & Coach Report looks at the current state of the industry along with global emissions legislation and bus rapid transit systems. The report examines key areas of development in technology such as Powertrain Development, Hybrid Powertrains, Electric Hybrid Buses, Advanced Battery Technology, Supercapacitors and Ultracapacitors, Flywheel based hybrid, Electric Motors, Fuel Cells and the Use of Hydrogen, Alternative Fuels, Transmission Development, Chassis Design, Vehicle Body Developments and Information Technology.

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    Date of issue: 12.05.10

    Format: A4, 421 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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  • Supplying Renault

    While Renault’s aggressive electrification plans have raised much attention in the industry for their ambition and its still unclear prospect due to the early adoption of electric vehicles without intermediate hybridisation steps, the French carmaker is attempting to weather the aftermath of 2009, a year which was marked by a significant drop in deliveries and swinging to a €3.7bn loss. The prospect of shrinking total industry volumes by 10% in 2010 leave the carmaker little space to manoeuvre in terms of investments and all potential savings have to be pursued at all levels with a shrewd management of R&D and capital expenditures.

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    Date of issue: 07.04.10

    Format: A4, 109 pages

    Price: 1 750 €

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  • Supplying Ford

    A compelling product line-up, a renewed focus on its core brand and the misfortunes of its main competitors have surely helped Ford, the only carmaker not to request US government financial support, to weather the gloomy business environment which saw the bankruptcies of its cross-town rivals.

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    Date of issue: 02.02.10

    Format: A4, 117 pages

    Price: 1 190 €

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  • The Earthmoving Equipment Report

    The Earthmoving Equipment report will help OEMs, component manufacturers, suppliers, market analysts, research institutions, as well as investment and management consultants, understand the changes underway in the earthmoving equipment industry.

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    Date of issue: 28.01.10

    Format: A4, 134 pages

    Price: 1 690 €

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