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Cost-competitiveness Supporting Low-cost Strategic Vehicles and Global Supply Chains
- Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, India, Pakistan -

  • Birds-eye view of the present and future automotive industry in Asia witnessing growth from domestic demand and exports
  • Analysis of business trends of major automakers accelerating launch of low-cost strategic vehicles
  • Commentary on business trends of the top100 parts makers supporting low-cost vehicles and global supply networks

Asia’s automotive industry continues to grow on the back of expanding domestic demand and increasing development of export bases. In the high economic growth markets of India and ASEAN, parts makers are actively boosting investment to meet expanding vehicle production. At the same time, as low-cost vehicles fuel product competition, automakers and parts suppliers aim to acquire greater cost competitiveness, drawing attention toward low-cost technology avenues accordingly. Moreover, on the back of low prices and improving quality, there are increasing moves to position Asia as a global supply or complimentary base, further raising the critical importance of the region within worldwide supply chains.

 In Asia, varying economic growth levels and competitive footings provide a spectrum of growth scenarios and risks. India is forecast to see vehicle production expand to 10 million units annually in the medium to long-term, based on which, local firms and foreign majors are working to step up investment activities. Additionally, growth is also anticipated as an export base for powertrain components to the likes of Europe and North America. In ASEAN, investment is being boosted particularly into Thailand and Indonesia. Thailand, which aims to become the ‘Detroit of Asia,’ is establishing its position as a hub base in the region of Southeast Asian countries. Under this situation, the country continues to form a solid, all-encompassing parts industry. On the other hand, as a result of disruptions caused by the widespread flooding in autumn 2011, progress is likely to be made in realignment of operations by dispersing risk throughout the ASEAN region. Indonesia, with the region’s largest population, looks to introduce policies to encourage the production and sale of low-cost vehicles as it aims to maximize growth for the vehicle and parts manufacturing industries. Furthermore, countries such as Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam are searching for growth strategies for which they can pin industry survival on. Korea and Taiwan are each eyeing expansion into overseas markets, while at the same time, set their sights on capturing global presence in the field of environmentally-friendly vehicles, such as electric and hybrid cars.

Whilst giving precise analysis of growth opportunities and risk factors inherent to Asia’s parts industry, this publication also provides insight into the future direction of the region’s development. Covering parts industries in nine major Asian countries, in-depth details are given of the current status and growth scenarios, production and procurement efforts of leading automakers, and business developments of major suppliers.

FOURIN Inc. is certain this publication will provide any Asia automotive industry related business an essential source of trends, outlooks and invaluable intelligence and data to support business planning.

Asia: Overview of Automobile and Automotive Parts Industries (As of mid 2011)


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▼Chapter Two▲PAGE TOP

Chapter One

Present Status and Future Outlook of the Asian
Automotive Parts Industry
 
1
 
Asian Parts Industry
 

 
2
▲Chapter One / ▼Chapter Three ▲PAGE TOP

Chapter Two

Asia Production and Procurement Trends of
Complete Vehicle Makers
 
13
 
Hyundai-Kia Group
Streamlines Production in Korea;
Enhances Supplementary Function Overseas by Region
14
◇Streamlining production at home, developing as core powertrain base
16
◇Overseas bases expand local production of core parts, work to raise cost competitiveness
17
◇Mutual function of overseas bases strengthened; Streamlining procurement through platform sharing
20
Tata Motors
Solid Performance of Low-cost Cars, Trucks;
Works to Raise Capacity in Pantnagar etc.
22
Mahindra & Mahindra

 
24
Proton

 
Diversifies Product Lineup Through Increased Tie-ups; Strengthens In-house Powertrain Manufacturing, Cultivation of Suppliers
25
Toyota Group

 
Accelerates Launches of Low-cost Vehicles;
Focus on Cost Reductions by Increasing Local Content
26
Honda

 
Boosts Asia Business Centered on the New Brio;
Key to Growth Lies in Function, Quality, Cost Balance
30
Nissan

 
Increases Capacity, Localization with the March/Micra;
Accelerates Supply Base Setup in India, ASEAN
32
Suzuki

 
Fosters India on Par with Japan; Strengthens
Local Setup in ASEAN with Launch of Small Cars
34
Isuzu

 
Further Boosts Pickup Business in Thailand; Full Foray into Emerging Countries with Market-specific Trucks
36
Mitsubishi Motors
 

 
Lifts Annual Capacity at Thai Plants to 500,000 Units;
Product Competitiveness of the ‘Global Small’
to Become a Key
38
GM

 
Korea Strengthens Knocked-down Vehicle Business to Major Asian Bases; Raises Capacity in India for Small Cars
40
Ford

 
Positions India as an Export Base for Small Cars, Engines;
Looks to Consolidate ASEAN Business in Thailand
42
VW Group

 
Increases Small Car Launches in India;
Raises Localization Required to Boost Share
44
Daimler

 
Launches an India-exclusive Truck;
Mitsubishi Fuso Expands in Indonesia
45
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Chapter Three

Overview of Automotive Parts Industry in Major Asian Countries
47
 
Korea
Accelerates Formation of Global Parts Supply Structure;
Shifts Green Car Growth Strategy into Top Gear
48
Korea’s vehicle production rose to 4.65 million thanks to favorable trend of automakers, growth of parts industry
49
◇Medium to long-term automotive industry strategy: Become one of global top four in EFV sector
53
Taiwan
Looks to Promote Car Electronics, EV Industry by
Utilizing Manufacturing Technology Buildup by ICT Sector
60
◇Overview of Taiwan’s automotive parts industry
62
Thailand
Heads Toward Annual Production of 2.5 Mn Units with Start of Eco Car Project; Development as a Core Business Base for Asia/Pacific
68
◇Overview of Thai parts industry
69
◇Eco Car investment grows
70
◇Automotive-related investment in 2010 of 33 billion THB
71
◇Thai Suppliers boost global expansion
72
Indonesia
78
◇Overview of parts industry in Indonesia
78
◇LCGC promotes production expansion and localization
79
◇Unfavorable auto parts trade balance continues, yet exports gaining
81
Malaysia
Aims to Boost Competitiveness Through HEV/EV Sector Buildup,
Increased Added Value
86
Philippines
Despite Expanding as Supplementary Base for Transmissions etc.,
Curtailed by Exit of Assembly Industry
92
Vietnam
Low Costs Offer Progression as Supplementary Base;
Stagnant Growth of Assembly Industry is Bottleneck
96
India
Increased Parts Exports, Domestic Demand Growth;
Potential for Parts Production Value of 110 Bn USD in 2020
100
◇Outline of India’s parts industry
100
◇Automakers increase capacity as demand grows
100
◇Parts suppliers also raise production and strengthen R&D
102
◇Foreign suppliers buy out, raise share in local joint ventures
103
◇Parts export increases, but new duty withdrawal system is cause for concern
104
Pakistan
 

 
Parts Industry Expansion Not Included in AIDP; Relaxation of
Used Vehicle Import Restrictions Makes Growth Achievement Uncertain
112
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Chapter Four

Asia Business Trends of the Top 100 Parts Makers
117
 
 
◇Japanese Companies
Aisin Group
118
Akebono Brake Industry
120
Asahi Glass
121
Exedy
122
NTN
123
Calsonic Kansei
124
Keihin
125
KYB
126
Koito Manufacturing
127
JTEKT
128
Showa
129
Stanley Electric
130
Sumitomo Electric Industries
131
Sumitomo Wiring Systems
131
Denso
132
Tokai Rika
134
Toyoda Gosei
135
Toyota Industries
136
Toyoda Iron Works
137
Toyota Boshoku
138
Nissin Kogyo
139
NHK Spring
140
Nifco
141
NSK
142
Hi-Lex
143
Panasonic
144
Hitachi Group
145
Futaba
147
Bridgestone
148
Mitsuba
149
Yazaki
150
Unipres
151
Aisan Industry
152
NOK
152
F.C.C.
153
Sanden
153
Takata
154
Tachi-S
154
TS Tech
155
TPR
155
Yutaka Giken
156
Riken
156
◇European and US Companies
Autoliv (US/Sweden)
157
Bosch (Germany)
158
Continental (Germany)
160
Dana (US)
162
Delphi Automotive (US)
163
Faurecia (France)
165
GKN (UK)
166
Meritor (US)
167
TRW Automotive (US)
168
Valeo (France)
169
 
 
Visteon (US)
170
Behr (Germany)
171
Hella Germany)
171
172
172
◇Korean Companies
Daesung Electric
173
Daewon Kangup
174
DAS Corporation
175
Donghee Group
176
Hyundai Dymos
177
Hankook Tire
178
Hwaseung R&A
179
Hwashin
180
Hyundai Mobis
181
Hyundai Powertech
185
Hyundai WIA
186
Kumho Tire
187
Mando
188
Pyeong Hwa Automotive
190
Sejong Industrial
191
SL Corporation
192
Sungwoo Automotive
193
Sungwoo Hitech
194
195
◇Indian Companies
Amalgamations Group
196
Amtek Auto
198
Anand Group
199
Caparo India
201
Hero Group
202
JBM Group
203
Kalyani Group
204
Samvardhana Motherson Group
206
N.K. Minda Group
208
Rane Group
209
Tata AutoComp Systems
211
TVS Group
213
◇Other Asian Companies
Siam Motors Group (Thailand)
215
Somboon Group (Thailand)
216
Summit Group (Thailand)
218
Thai Rung Group (Thailand)
219
Thai Summit Group (Thailand)
220
Astra Group (Indonesia)
222
Indomobil Group (Indonesia)
224
AAPICO Hitech (Malaysia)
225
APM Automotive (Malaysia)
226
Delloyd Ventures (Malaysia)
227
DRB-Hicom (Malaysia)
228
Ingress (Malaysia)
229
GSK International Group (Taiwan)
230

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