CO2 legislation - EV portfolio - Asia-Pacific - Europe - North America

Overcapacities and declining profitability put automotive suppliers in a difficult position

by Roland Berger, Lazard

The automotive industry is a key industry, which provides around 1.8 million jobs in Germany. As the sector is facing tremendous upheaval in the wake of the mobility transition, manufacturers are increasing financial pressure on suppliers, who should be investing themselves. In cooperation with investment bank Lazard, Roland Berger has analyzed the current situation in the industry and developed recommendations for companies to act on.

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December 13 - Customer curiosity - Customer interest - Industry Activity - Infrastructure - Regulation - Technology - Global

Global automotive supplier study 2022

The economic environment continues to be difficult for automotive suppliers. Read More
by Roland Berger
November 23 - Customer interest - Industry Activity - Regulation - Global

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