The Future of Manufacturing in a Multipolar World

The Future of Manufacturing in a Multipolar World

A Shifting Paradigm Will Revolutionize Geographic Expansion Strategies in the Global Manufacturing Market

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The COVID-19 pandemic marked a major global change that transformed manufacturing. Political tensions, such as the US-China conflict and the Russo-Ukrainian War; economic uncertainties, such as high inflation rates and de-dollarization initiatives; and continuous supply chain disruptions have forced manufacturers to invest in technology to secure reliable and sustainable operations. As a multipolar world becomes increasingly possible with the rise of BRICS countries over the pax Americana, the trajectory for manufacturing will be influenced by a range of factors including sovereign debt, inflation, banking crises, de-dollarization efforts, geopolitical rivalries, climate change, and advancements in artificial intelligence.

In this study, Frost & Sullivan identifies and analyzes how the aforementioned mega trends will shape the future of manufacturing and directly impact companies´ growth and innovation performance. This study highlights the factors driving and restraining growth in the global manufacturing landscape and identifies opportunities emerging from this dynamic environment for industry stakeholders to leverage.

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Future of Manufacturing in a Multipolar World

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Major Events Driving Changes in Global Manufacturing

Major Events Driving Changes in Global Manufacturing—The Ascent of BRICS

De-dollarization

The Flip to the East

The Flip to the East—China Leads the Global Market for EVs

The Flip to the East—The Developing World Is Agile, Fast, Efficient & Low Cost

The Flip to the East—China Grows Share of Global Manufacturing Output

Crystal Ball Gaze—3 Scenarios for the Global Manufacturing Market in the Next Decade

Manufacturing in a Multipolar World

Growth Drivers—Rising Prominence of Developing Economies in the Global Industrial Sector

Growth Drivers—Rising Prominence of Developing Economies in the Global Industrial Sector (continued)

Growth Restraints—Prominence of Developing Economies in the Global Industrial Sector

Growth Restraints—Prominence of Developing Economies in the Global Industrial Sector (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1—India's Thriving Manufacturing Landscape

Growth Opportunity 1—India's Thriving Manufacturing Landscape (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—China´s Dominance in Global Vehicle Production and the EV Revolution

Growth Opportunity 2—China´s Dominance in Global Vehicle Production and the EV Revolution (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Brazil’s Powerful Footprint in the Global Renewable Energy Market

Growth Opportunity 3—Brazil’s Powerful Footprint in the Global Renewable Energy Market (continued)

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The COVID-19 pandemic marked a major global change that transformed manufacturing. Political tensions, such as the US-China conflict and the Russo-Ukrainian War; economic uncertainties, such as high inflation rates and de-dollarization initiatives; and continuous supply chain disruptions have forced manufacturers to invest in technology to secure reliable and sustainable operations. As a multipolar world becomes increasingly possible with the rise of BRICS countries over the pax Americana, the trajectory for manufacturing will be influenced by a range of factors including sovereign debt, inflation, banking crises, de-dollarization efforts, geopolitical rivalries, climate change, and advancements in artificial intelligence. In this study, Frost & Sullivan identifies and analyzes how the aforementioned mega trends will shape the future of manufacturing and directly impact companies´ growth and innovation performance. This study highlights the factors driving and restraining growth in the global manufacturing landscape and identifies opportunities emerging from this dynamic environment for industry stakeholders to leverage.
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Author Marina Salaber
Industries Industrial Automation
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing
Keyword 2 Smart Factory Solutions
Keyword 3 Multipolar Economic Impact
Podcast No
WIP Number MH18-01-00-00-00