Future of Manufacturing in Europe

Decoding the Key Transformative Forces set to Reinvent the Economic Engine of Europe

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European manufacturing is at a crossroads. The growing dominance of emerging markets and the rapidly changing consumer landscape are spearheading a major manufacturing renaissance in the region. Though Europe has been at the forefront of manufacturing excellence—its manufacturing sector currently accounts for 15.0% of its GDP and 33 million jobs— global transitions, such as declining energy prices, diminishing resources, new competition from emerging markets and an aging workforce, have diminished its growth. Rejuvenation of the existing manufacturing setup is Europe’s key agendum to encouraging industrial growth in an effective, efficient, and sustainable manner. ‘Manufacturing in Europe’ analyses the transformative forces already at work in Europe’s manufacturing scenario.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings- Future of Manufacturing
EU in the Manufacturing World
Key Metrics by Industry
Energy and Environment
Employment Trends in Europe
Manufacturing Shifts East
Future Manufacturing Perspectives
3D Printing—Key Transformational Shifts
Small is the New Big—Nanotechnology in Europe
Emerging Opportunities Arising from Digitization
Top Transformational Shifts Shaping the Future of Manufacturing in Europe
Factories of the future
Nearshoring in the East
Energy and Geopolitics
Carbon-neutral Manufacturing
Skills 4.0- Human- centred Manufacturing
Additive Manufacturing/ 3D Printing
Nano-Disruptions
2. Factories of the Future
Defining Europe’s Factory of the Future
Europe’s 2020 Implementation Strategy—A Digital Perspective
Research and Innovation—Horizon 2020 Funding Structure
Manufacturing Impact—Top Technologies Enabling a Smart Factory
Technology Penetration—Key Market Indicators
Vertical Market Opportunity Mapping—Automotive Leads The Way
Case Example—Siemens Smart Electronics Plant in Amberg
Summary Slide—Key Takeaways
3. Nearshoring in the East
Manufacturing Dynamics—Europe moves East
Eastern Europe—The New Frontier for Manufacturing Growth
Poland—The Next Growth Engine for European Manufacturing
Czech Republic—The New Frontier for Automotive Production
Hungary—A Hotspot for Innovation in Electronics Manufacturing
Romania—Expanding Region for High-tech Manufacturing
Turkey—Emerging Zone for High-end Machine Manufacturing
R&D Policy Drives in the CEE Region—Key Highlights
Manufacturing in Central & Eastern Europe—Key Insights
4. Energy and Geopolitics
Iran is Back in World Business; Europe Seeks the Returns
Sanctions—Boon or Bane to Europe?
Current European Energy Import Scenario
EU Poised to Balance its Energy Imports
Big Opportunities Across Diverse Industry Verticals
Prospective Consequences
5. Carbon-Neutral Manufacturing
Europe Marches Towards Carbon Neutrality
Green House Gas Emissions the Key Supplement for Climate Change
Carbon Footprint of European Manufacturing Industries
Shift of Energy Production to Renewable Sources
COP 21 Outcome—Influence on the Manufacturing Sector
‘Revolutionary Change’ to Make Manufacturing Plants Energy Efficient
Pepsi’s Five-Point Zero Emission Initiative
Carbon Offset in Retail Sector
Industrial Decarbonization—Is it a Business Case?
Pushing for Greener and Smarter Manufacturing
Biggest Transformations Attributed to Carbon-Neutral Manufacturing
6. Skills 4.0-Human-centered Manufacturing
Employment Trends in Europe
Employment Trends in European Manufacturing
Skill Needs
The Eye on the Worker—Human-centric Factories in Europe
Key Highlights
7. Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing
3D Printing—Key Transformational Shifts
3D Printing—European Market Potential
Technology of 3D Printing
Case Study—3D Printing in Aerospace
Aerospace Industry—the New Hub for 3D Printed Components
Lighter but Stronger—the New Mode for Component Design
Strategic Business Opportunities
3D Printing as a Service
Paradigm Shift from Purchasing to Leasing of 3D Printing Machines
Why Closed Loop Feedback Systems is the Next Big Technological Trend in 3D Printing?
Design to Additive Manufacturing—Focus on the Software
What Next? 4D Printing
8. Nano-disruptions
Small is the New Big—Nanotechnology in Europe
Key EU Policies and Initiatives—Engineered Nanomaterials(ENM) and a Focus on Safety
The EU Nanotechnology Strategy—Securing Nano Emerging Industries
Nanotechnology Development and Application Areas
The Next Industrial Agenda—From Micro to Atomically Precise Manufacturing
Case Examples—BASF’s Nanoworld
Nanotechnology Perspectives—Summary
9. Legal Disclaimer
10. The Frost & Sullivan Story- The Journey to Visionary Innovation

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Future of Manufacturing: Key Manufacturing Metrics, Europe, 2013, 2014 and 2016
2. Future of Manufacturing: Key Metrics by Industry, Europe, 2014
3. Future of Manufacturing: Industrial Energy Consumption, Europe, 2013
4. Future of Manufacturing: Employment Growth Rate Forecasts, Europe, 2015–2025
5. Future of Manufacturing: Employment Growth Rate Breakdown by Sectors, Europe, 2015–2025
6. Future of Manufacturing: Manufacturing Shifts, Europe, 2015–2025
7. Future of Manufacturing: Future Manufacturing Perspectives, Europe 2015–2025
8. Future of Manufacturing: 3D Printing, 2015–2025
9. Future of Manufacturing: Top Transformational Shifts, Europe, 2014
10. Future of Manufacturing: Defining Europe’s Factory of the Future, 2015
11. Future of Manufacturing: Europe’s 2020 Implementation Strategy—A Digital Perspective, 2015
12. Future of Manufacturing: Research and Innovation—Horizon 2020 Funding Structure, Europe, 2015
13. Future of Manufacturing: Manufacturing Impact—Top Technologies Enabling a Smart Factory, Europe, 2015–2020
14. Future of Manufacturing: Technology Penetration—Key Market Indicators, Europe, 2015
15. Future of Manufacturing: Vertical Market Opportunity Mapping, Europe, 2015
16. Future of Manufacturing: Siemens Smart Electronics Plant in Amberg, Europe, 2015
17. Future of Manufacturing: Key Takeaways, Europe, 2015
18. Key Trends- Real GDP Growth (% Change YoY)
19. Manufacturing in Poland—Key Highlights
20. Manufacturing Value-add—Breakdown by Industry
21. Future of Manufacturing: Energy Import Statistics, Europe, 2015
22. Future of Manufacturing: Crude Oil Import Breakdown, Europe, 2014
23. Future of Manufacturing: Natural Gas Import Breakdown, Europe, 2015
24. Future of Manufacturing: Percent of Estimated EU Energy Imports, Europe, 2020
25. Future of Manufacturing: Green House Gas Emission, Global, 1990–2025
26. Future of Manufacturing: Green House Gas Emission, Europe, 1990–2025
27. Future of Manufacturing: Green House Gas Emission by Manufacturing Industry, Europe, 1990–2020
28. Future of Manufacturing: Percent of Green House Gas Emission by Industry Vertical, Europe, 2010–2025
29. Future of Manufacturing: Estimated Target of Industrial Green House Gas Emission, Europe, 2010–2025
30. Future of Manufacturing: Top 10 European Countries’ CO2 Emission, Europe, 1990–2013
31. Future of Manufacturing: Siemens’ Strategy to Make Decarbonization an Effective Business Case, Europe, 2016
32. Future of Manufacturing: Case Examples in the Automotive Sector, Europe, 2014
33. Future of Manufacturing: Employment Growth Rate Forecasts, Europe, 2015–2025
34. Future of Manufacturing: Employment Growth Rate Breakdown by Sectors, Europe, 2015–2025
35. Future of Manufacturing: EU Manufacturing Employment Growth Rate Forecasts, Europe, 2015–2025
36. Future of Manufacturing: Age Profile, 2013
37. Future of Manufacturing: Gender Profile, 2013
38. Future of Manufacturing: Countries with the Highest Employment Share
39. Future of Manufacturing: Employment Profile
40. Future of Manufacturing: Breakdown by 3D Printing Revenue, Europe, 2015–2025
41. Typical 3D Printing Process, 2015
42. 3D Printing Technologies, 2015
43. 3D Printing Supply Chain Scenario in Europe
44. Future of Manufacturing: Strategic Business Opportunities, Europe, 2015
45. Future of Manufacturing: A Possible Scenario for 4D Printing, Europe, 2015
46. Future of Manufacturing: Regulations and Legislations, Europe, 2015
47. Future of Manufacturing: Distribution of Regions with Nanotechnology Priorities, Europe, 2015
48. Future of Manufacturing: Key Application Areas, Europe, 2015
49. Future of Manufacturing: Nanomanufacturing, Europe, 2015
50. Future of Manufacturing: BASF Case Example, Europe, 2015
51. Future of Manufacturing: Nanotechnology Perspectives, Europe, 2015



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