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全球汽車零件產業之最佳實踐統計年鑑

Global Best Practices Statistical Yearbook, 10th Edition: The foremost scientific analysis of automotive supplier competitiveness

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全球汽車零件產業之最佳實踐統計年鑑 Global Best Practices Statistical Yearbook, 10th Edition: The foremost scientific analysis of automotive supplier competitiveness
出版日期: 2014年06月30日 內容資訊: 英文 202 Pages
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本報告為,科學性分析汽車零件供應商競爭力之結果,分析其庫存管理、品質表現、業務信譽、彈性、人力資源開發、產品技術創新等整體供應鏈情形,並提供因應快速變化之國際標準對策、競爭力、國際性最佳實踐、拿手及不拿手領域、業務疏失對客戶之影響、整體型態、據點、公司規模、致力開發市場等影響業績因素以及適當評估自家業績之必要資訊等,以下列摘要形式闡述。

第1章 本年鑒的價值

  • 對全球汽車零件產業而言,基準評估重要性
  • 促進市場成長的手段與評估的方法
    • 成本管理的方式
    • 品質方面的實際成果
    • 價值鏈的彈性
    • 價值鏈的可靠性
    • 人力資源開發
    • 產品開發
    • 財務實際成果相關的觀察
  • 資料庫所收錄的企業簡介
    • 所在地
    • 規模
    • 汽車產業的次級區分
    • 主要市場
    • 擁有形態
    • 業務簡介
    • 摘要
  • 不依據WCM標準的情況,所產生成本的計算
  • 2章和3章所刊載統計資料的解釋

第2章 產業的實際成果相關觀察

  • 推動市場成長要素1:成本管理
    • 以成本管理為中心的實際成果定性分析
    • 整體庫存量
    • 原料的庫存量
    • 半成品的庫存量
    • 成品的庫存量
  • 推動市場成長要素2:公司內部及公司外部,品質方面的實際成果
    • 以公司內部和公司外部的品質為中心的實際成果定性分析
    • 客戶退貨率
    • 公司內部的淘汰率
    • 公司內部的廢鋼率
    • 公司內部的再加工品率
    • 供給企業的退貨率
  • 推動市場成長要素3:價值鏈的彈性
    • 以價值鏈彈性為中心的實際成果定性分析
    • 國內客戶定購後發貨所需時間(成品)
    • 國外客戶定購後發貨所需時間(成品)
    • 國內客戶定購後發貨所需時間(從生產過程)
    • 國外客戶定購後發貨所需時間(從生產過程)
    • 製造處理時間
    • 由於機器/工具的轉換所損失的生產時間
    • 從國內供給企業的定購到交易方式的回應時間
    • 從國外供給企業的定購到交易方式的回應時間
  • 推動市場成長要素4:價值鏈的可靠性
    • 以價值鏈可靠性為中心的實際成果定性分析
    • 交期內無法全數交貨的案件比例
    • 由於機器故障所損失的生產時間
    • 由於工具故障所損失的生產時間
    • 由於材料供不應求所損失的生產時間
    • 故障維修佔整體的維修時間
    • 供給企業交期內無法全數交貨的案件比例
  • 推動市場成長要素5:人力資源開發
    • 以人力資源開發為中心的實際成果定性分析
    • 在報酬額整體中所佔的進修相關支出的比例
    • 員工每人的生產線外上的正式進修實施日數
    • 管理人員的失業
    • 職員的失業
    • 員工的失業率
    • 缺勤率
  • 推動市場成長要素6:產品開發
    • 以產品開發為中心的實際成果定性分析
    • 研究開發費
    • 前一年所發表的產品銷售量比率
    • 開發循環階段向前發展中的產品比例
    • 財務實際成果
    • 財務實際成果的定性分析
    • 銷售額的增長
    • 營業利潤
    • 新的設備投資的詳細內容

第3章 虧損相關分析結果

  • 整體產業情形
  • 產業次項目之情形
    • 內裝
    • 線組/電子儀器
    • 鑄造零件
    • JIT組裝零件
    • 金屬成型/加壓成型零件
    • 金屬成型零件
    • 組件
    • 精密儀器加工零件
    • 塑膠模壓零件
    • 其他
  • 規模別企業簡介
  • 所有類型企業簡介
  • 中心市場別企業簡介
  • 經濟圈別企業簡介

附錄I:全球汽車業分析:企業規模上加強競爭力之重要性

附錄II:競爭力之自我評估

附錄III:詳細產業標竿分析

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目錄

The Global Best Practices Statistical Yearbook is established as one of the standard tools for benchmarking in the global automotive component industry.

Participating vehicle manufacturers range from Daimler and General Motors to Toyota, and participating parts makers include suppliers across a range of components and technologies, such as Becker, Dana, Denso, Dunlop, Faurecia, Federal Mogul, Lear, Timken, Visteon, and ZF Friedrichshafen.

“Heightened firm-level competitiveness was once a means to secure increased market share or improved margins for firms; now the attainment of world class manufacturing standards is increasingly becoming a base requirement for firm-level survival - Dr. Justin Barnes, author of the Global Best practices Statistical Yearbook.”

Key Report Features

  • 1. Global coverage: The underlying dataset includes benchmark data on over 400 suppliers worldwide.
  • 2.Automotive industry developments: Latest trends and developments of the automotive industry at a global level, with the difficulties experienced by the automotive assembly and components industry since the 2008/9 Global Credit Crisis - clearly related to benchmarking performance.
  • 3.Waste performance benchmark: The Yearbook uniquely includes a waste benchmark performance assessment, represented as a percentage of Manufacturing Value Addition (MVA) - this is a more accurate measure for firms considering their unnecessary manufacturing costs.
  • 4.Market driver analysis of performance: The Yearbook contains a set of analyses of the most important competitiveness issues that emerge for each market driver. This allows firms to identify the key challenges they might face in each area.

The report consists of six sections of firm-level statistical data, grouped under six market driver indicators:

  • 1. Cost control
  • 2. Quality performance
  • 3. Value chain flexibility
  • 4. Value chain reliability
  • 5. Human resource development
  • 6. Product development

The Global Best Practices Statistical Yearbook helps you answer questions such as:

  • 1. Is my firm meeting the increasingly demanding and rapidly changing standards of the global automotive industry? Using an objective firm-level benchmarking assessment, how operationally competitive is my firm in 2014?
  • 2. Is my firm aware of global best practice standards in respect of the various facets of its operations? And if so, does it meet these global best practice standards as evident in 2014?
  • 3. In which areas does my firm excel and/or fail and where should it be focusing its attention to deliver performance standards consistent with that of competitors and other leading firms in the global automotive components industry?
  • 4. What costs does my firm transfer to customers as a result of its operational deficiencies? Where in my business are these costs located, and what scope exists to reduce them?
  • 5. Does my firm's sub-sector of operation, ownership, geographical location, firm-size, or market-focus really matter in respect of its performance standards? If so, how does my firm's performance compare against firms that fall into similar specific profile categories?
  • 6. Finally, are my firm's measurement systems sufficiently rigorous? Does my firm measure the full suite of competitiveness variables included in the yearbook? If not, which measures are particularly pertinent to my firm and how can it begin measuring these Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)?

The yearbook is an invaluable tool for managers who need to better understand their performance in relation to international best practice. It covers all the key processes, including inventory control, internal and external quality performance, operational reliability and flexibility, human resource development and product innovation.

Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • Disclaimer
  • Copyright
  • An Introduction to Benchmarking and Manufacturing Analysts

An introduction to the author

Background

Structure of the Yearbook

  • Yearbook benefits
  • Queries

Section 1 - Identifying the value of the Yearbook

  • 1.1. Contextualising the importance of benchmarking to the global automotive7 components industry
    • How did the Western automobile industry catch-up with the Japanese?
    • How did they make this comparison with Japanese practices?
    • Who to benchmark against?
    • What to benchmark?
    • Who should do this benchmarking?
    • Relevance of benchmarking to the global auto components industry?
    • B&M Analysts' benchmarking tool
  • 1.2. The market driver methodology and measurement formulae
    • 1.2.1. Cost Control Measures
    • 1.2.2. Quality performance
    • 1.2.3. Value chain flexibility
    • 1.2.4. Value chain reliability
    • 1.2.5. Human resource development
    • 1.2.6. Product development
    • 1.2.7. Financial performance findings
  • 1.3. Profile of firms in the database
    • 1.3.1. Geographical location
    • 1.3.2. Firm Size
    • 1.3.3. Automotive sub-sector
    • 1.3.4. Market focus
    • 1.3.5. Ownership
    • 1.3.6. Operating profile
    • 1.3.7. Summary
  • 1.4. Calculating the cost of not adhering to WCM standards
  • 1.5. Reading the statistics presented in Section 2 and 3

Section 2 - Industry performance findings

Market driver 1: Cost Control

Cost control qualitative performance analysis for 2013

  • Total inventory holding
  • Raw material inventory holding
  • Work in progress inventory holding
  • Finished goods inventory holding

Market driver 2: Internal and external quality performance

Internal and external quality qualitative performance analysis for 2013

  • Customer return rate performance
  • Internal reject rate
  • Internal scrap rate
  • Internal rework rate
  • Supplier return rate

Market driver 3: Value chain flexibility

Value chain flexibility qualitative performance analysis for 2013

  • Response time to domestic customer orders from finished goods
  • Response time to international customer orders from finished goods
  • Response time to domestic customer orders from production
  • Response time to international customer orders from production
  • Manufacturing throughput time
  • Production time lost to machine/tool changeovers
  • Response time from order placement to domestic supplier delivery
  • Response time from order placement to international supplier delivery

Market driver 4: Value chain reliability

Value chain reliability qualitative performance analysis for 2013

  • Percentage of deliveries to customers not on time and in full
  • Production time lost to machine breakdowns
  • Production time lost to tool breakdowns
  • Production time lost to materials unavailability
  • Percentage of deliveries from suppliers not on time and in full

Market driver 5: Human resource development

Human resource development qualitative performance analysis for 2013

  • Training expenditure as a % total remuneration
  • Formal off-line training days per employee (all)
  • Management turnover
  • Staff turnover
  • Labour turnover rate
  • Absenteeism rate

Market driver 6: Product development

Product development qualitative performance analysis for 2013

  • R&D Expenditure
  • Proportion of sales from products released in last year

Financial performance

Financial performance qualitative performance analysis for 2013

  • Operating profit
  • Breakdown of new capital equipment expenditure (CAPEX)

Section 3 - Industry waste analysis findings

  • 3.1. Average database waste findings
  • 3.2. Trim sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.3. Harnesses/electronics sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.4. Foundries/forges sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.5. JIT Assembly sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.6. Metal forming/pressing sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.7. Metal fabrication sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.8. Component sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.9. Precision machining sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.10. Plastic moulding sub-sector waste findings
  • 3.11. Other firms' waste findings
  • 3.12. Small firm (1-150) waste findings
  • 3.13. Medium sized (151-250) firm waste findings
  • 3.14. Large firm (251+ employees) waste findings
  • 3.15. Multinational owned firms waste findings
  • 3.16. Locally owned firms waste findings
  • 3.17. OEM focused firms' waste findings
  • 3.18. Aftermarket focused firms' waste findings
  • 3.19. Other component firm focused waste findings
  • 3.20. Developed economy firm waste findings
  • 3.21. Developing economy firm waste findings

Appendix I-Global automotive industry analysis: The need for improved firm-level competitiveness181

  • Profile of the global automotive industry
  • Major vehicle assembler performance trends
  • Major automotive component manufacturer performance trends
  • Geographical spread of production: Trends and forecasts
  • Major global market trends
  • Global automotive industry summary

Appendix II-One page competitiveness self-assessment

Appendix III-Detailed industry benchmark data

Appendix IV-Performance change 2011-2013

Appendix V-Yearbook navigational guide

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