Identification of the Top 25 Fastest Growing Automotive Suppliers Based on Analysis of Geographic, Technology and Financial Portfolio

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With the economic meltdown having dealt a heavy blow to the automotive market, automotive OEMs and suppliers are facing a bleak future for the global automotive market. This Frost & Sullivan research aims at providing an overview of the current market scenario for suppliers and highlights their relative position after taking into consideration a number of important parameters. The study focuses on customer diversity, product diversity and geographic spread of revenues in order to rank suppliers. The study also captures Growth Monitor Ranking of the Top 50 suppliers by automotive revenue to indicate to Investment Banks and firms which companies will perform the best in the coming years.

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Identification of the Top 25 Fastest Growing Automotive Suppliers Based on Analysis of Geographic, Technology and Financial Portfolio, Global Automotive Supplier Outlook 2009 Executive Summary IntroductionDisclaimerCertificationTable of ContentsAim and ObjectiveResearch MethodologyTop Level Market TrendsGrowth Monitor Score FindingsTop 10 Suppliers Ranked by Geographic DiversityTop 10 Suppliers Ranked by Financial PerformanceTop 30 Suppliers Conclusions Growth Monitor V/S Operating MarginTop 30 Suppliers Conclusions Growth Monitor V/S Geographic DiversityGrowth Trends for SuppliersMarket OverviewLight Vehicle Sales & Production – A Comparison (2006 – 2016)Key Growth Indicators and Market DriversAnalysis of Fastest Growing Technologies Analysis of Product Customer and Geographic PortfolioAnalysis of Growth Monitor Ranking FindingsAnalysis of Fastest Growing TechnologiesAnalysis of Customer Diversity of 2008 Automotive RevenueAnalysis of Geographic Diversity of 2008 Automotive RevenueFinancial Analysis of Automotive SuppliersRanking of Top 25 suppliers for the year 2008 and H1 2009R&D V/S Operating Margin (2007 – H1 2009)CAPEX V/S Operating Margins (2007 – H1 2009)CAPEX V/s R&D (2007 – H1 2009)Debt-Equity Ratio V/S Operating Margins (2007 – H1 2009)Quick Ratio V/S Inventory Turnover (H1 2009)Inventory Turnover V/S Return on Assets (H1 2009)Debt-Equity Ratio V/S Return on Assets (H1 2009)Operating Margin V/S Quick Ratio (H1 2009)About Frost & SullivanAbout Frost & Sullivan




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