Central and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends

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This research service explores the key factors impacting the automotive manufacturing sector in western Europe and key trends towards relocation to central and eastern Europe in the short, medium and long term. Also included is an analysis of the relocation movements in the European automotive industry, a supplier clusters analysis and a SWOT analysis. The research service provides key conclusions and recommendations, as well as a comprehensive interactive supplier directory enabling searches by country in Eastern Europe, by product category and by company name.

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Central and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends, Executive SummaryKey FindingsDynamics of the Market in Central and Eastern EuropeKey Study ObjectivesCentral and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends, Introduction and OverviewKey Facts and FiguresProduction Growth in Central and Eastern EuropeUK Vehicle Manufacturers' Strategies Recent History and OutlookHondaBMW and MiniNissanToyotaJaguar and Land RoverGMPSACentral and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends, Key Factors Impacting the Automotive Manufacturing Sector in Western EuropeKey TrendsMarket Dynamics are Putting Pressure on CostsVehicle Manufacturers Seek to Introduce New TechnologiesNew Manufacturing Techniques Present OpportunitiesNew Entrants from Asia Put Increased Pressure on Prices Central and Eastern Europe Locations Offer Opportunities for GrowthIncreasing Demand for Premium Brands Favours UK ManufacturingMeeting New Legislative Requirements Can be Costly for ManufacturersCentral and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends, Key Trends Towards Relocation Outside of Western EuropeShort Term Trends2007 to 2009Medium Term Trends2010 to 2012Long Term Trends2013 to 2015Analysis of the Relocation Movements in the IndustryThe Two Phases of Investment in Central and Eastern EuropeFirst Wave of Investment 1991 to 1994Second Wave of Investment 2003 to Present DayAnalysis of Vehicle Manufacturers' Investments in Central and Eastern EuropeLocations of Vehicle Manufacturers in Central and Eastern EuropeRenault Novo Mesto SloveniaVolkswagen Bratislava SlovakiaOpel Gliwice PolandFiat Tychy PolandFord Kocaeli TurkeyPSA and Toyota Kolin Czech RepublicPeugeot Trnava SlovakiaCentral and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends, Supplier Clusters AnalysisLocations of the Key Supplier Clusters in Central and Eastern EuropeMap Identifying Key LocationsThe Western Czech Republic Supplier Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookThe Poland Supplier Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookThe Slovakia and Czech Republic Border Supplier Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookThe Bratislava Supplier Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookThe Pannon Automotive Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookThe Romania Supplier Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookThe Turkey Supplier Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookThe Slovenia Supplier Cluster Key Suppliers Operating in this ClusterFuture OutlookSWOT Analysis of the Western European & Central and Eastern European Automotive IndustriesSWOT Analysis of the Western European Automotive IndustryKey StrengthsKey WeaknessesKey OpportunitiesKey ThreatsSWOT Analysis of the Central and Eastern European Automotive IndustryKey StrengthsKey WeaknessesKey OpportunitiesKey ThreatsCentral and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends, Strategic Conclusions and RecommendationsKey Conclusions and RecommendationsFuture ScenarioKey Study ConclusionsRecommendations to Western European Automotive CompaniesCentral and Eastern European Supplier Directory and Key Relocation Trends, Interactive Supplier DirectoryDirectory of the Key Suppliers in 10 Central and Eastern European CountriesInteractive Decision Support Database




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