Exclusive extracts from this 69-page-long report:
- Who are the key players?
This report analyses the leading manufacturing companies in the car-part industry. Given the degree of fragmentation and the huge number of companies operating in the industry, the report will focus on the best-performing players in terms of sales value and geographical reach. [...]
Groups analysed in this report include: Bosch Group, Continental Corporation, Denso Corporation, ZF Friedrichshafen, Magna International, Aisin Seiki, Faurecia, Lear Corporation, Valeo and Delphi Automotive.
- What are the players' strategies?
Bosch estimates the global market for connected mobility will expand at an annual average pace of 25% over 2017-2022, as cars become part of the wider Internet of Things (IoT), resulting in higher demand for sensors and related software and services. Bosch therefore aims to shift from a product-oriented business model to an integrated business model consisting of connected products, software platforms and applications and services, in other words, becoming an IoT-focused company. In addition to product development, it will expand software (e.g. the Bosch IoT Suite) and IoT-cloud platforms (roll out its proprietary IoT cloud in 2016). […]
- What are the players' key growth and profitability drivers?
Magna's sales rose 13% yoy in 2016, against light vehicle production growth of 2% in Europe and North America. The group experienced a strong rebound in sales in Europe, and exceptional growth in Asia, with the Body & Chassis and Powertrains businesses leading the way. [...]