This sector is expected to grow to ~490,000 units in 2030 with India and South America being the highest growing segments. Get an overview of the industry, the opportunities, competitor analysis, factors driving growth, and other influencers that will transform this sector.
What will be the penetration rate of different levels of autonomous features? Who are the major industry players? How will autonomous technologies penetrate different usage applications (first mile, middle mile and last mile) in trucking? Find answers to these, and much more.
This analysis accesses the key ASEAN automotive sectors—Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia, and provides a strategic overview of the growth environment. Explore the sales landscape for passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles during forecast period.
Supply Chain management and Cybersecurity are usually seen by CxOs and the Board as necessary evils, soiled signposts along the road to growth. Both are highly operational, and the heroes doing these jobs are usually only recognized when something goes wrong. But can strategic Supply Chain management be a competitive advantage, a true growth accelerator, in the post COVID world?
We believe it can, especially in our new world of pandemics and major supply chain interruptions. In this article, I want to describe two case studies of strategic Supply Chain management we were asked to undertake during the two most recent pandemics: H1N1 and COVID. The panicked origins and the strategic potential arising from these engagements have spurred us to a new appreciation for innovative and highly agile Supply Chain management in a world of increasing asymmetry.
In late Q3 2009, I received a panicked call from the Head of Procurement of Novartis’ Vaccines division (since sold to GSK) in Italy. He asked if we could conduct an emergency analysis of the global Supply Chain for chicken eggs. Why chicken eggs? Because chicken eggs are a main component of non-recombinant flu vaccines, and with the WHO officially identifying the H1N1 flu as a pandemic, the vaccine manufacturers realized their capacity for supplying an infected global patient base today would come down to how many chicken eggs they could procure yesterday. We turned out a proposal in 24 hours, and won the engagement. Focusing on demand-side and supply-side primary research, we conducted over 100 interviews across the globe, delivering a highly tuned model for scenario analysis that provided short-term and long-term, data-driven Supply Chain management for the production of the flu vaccines available at that time. The client was happy, the pandemic quickly subsided, and we all moved on to the next thing.
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With the COVID-19 altering the work ecosystem, people around the world had to adapt instantly to transformed work practices, patterns and philosophies. As the future of work takes shape, it will not be business-as-usual. Read this article to understand how Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan, puts forth his views on the new work dynamics that will have profound implications for mobility and for the future of the automotive industry.
In today's car business, used car sales have picked up a momentum that outshines new cars by a margin of almost 2:1 in the U.S., Germany, the UK and France. Find out what Sarwant Singh, Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan, has to say about the introduction of a clutch of new digital retailing models, and how COVID and digitalization have created for industries the opportunity to think big, bold and different.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Strategic Analysis of European OEMs’ Connected Services and HMI Solutions, finds that original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in Europe are competing for the top position in the connected car segment as its two key domains, connected services and human-machine interfaces (HMI), unlock tremendous growth prospects by offering new revenue streams. Telematics services are expected to achieve a penetration of 90% in Europe.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Global Powertrain Outlook, 2020, finds that global automotive sales are expected to decline by more than 14.2% due to COVID-19 by the end of 2020 as manufacturing facilities and supply chains are affected by worldwide lockdowns. However, this slowdown is not expected to have an impact on consumer purchase trends. Demand for diesel engines is expected to decline in Europe by 30% by the end of 2020 as Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLPT) commences.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Growth Opportunity Evaluation in the European Lighting Components Aftermarket, 2020–2026, finds that the market is in a slow transition phase, shifting from traditional halogen lamps to Xenon and light-emitting diode (LED) components, as Xenon/LED lights have better visibility and product life. The market is primarily driven by an increase in vehicles in operation (VIO), which is expected to rise from 306 million in 2020 to 335.9 million in 2026.Read more