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Reshaping Global Automotive Production Networks
December 9, 2021 | 3:00-4:00 pm CET
Time for increased 'Regionalization'
The production and supply chain structures for many automotive OEMs stem from a time when specific markets strongly favored certain products, and production capacities were rigidly allocated.
Today's market is different. Demand structures have shifted and there is much greater product variety. As a result, automotive production has become a highly complex global operation. Parts and products are shipped across the globe to meet rapidly changing demands as part of highly efficient just-in-time supply chains. But all this transport comes at a growing logistical cost and vulnerability of transport chains. Additionally, sustainability and emissions targets now play a vital role in global production networks.
So, how should automotive players react? To tackle this challenge, Roland Berger has analyzed the key pillars of global production networks and the current setup of OEMs and suppliers. Our key takeaways and recommendations will bring new perspectives into the discussion.
We cordially invite you to our expert webinar "Reshaping Global Automotive Production Networks" for automotive decision-makers.
We will provide exclusive insights into the Roland Berger production network design principles and our newly designed production network capability check within our webinar and illustrate how we can support you in identifying and implementing new approaches for reliable and sustainable production networks.
The Webinar will be hosted by Roland Berger experts with extensive experience in production network transformation and performance projects within the automotive industry.
Please register to join us on December 9, 2021, at 3:00 pm CET!
Michael Rüger & Dr. Rolf Janssen
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