DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4s2msb/the_japanese) has announced the addition of the "The Japanese Automotive Supplier Report" report to their offering.
This latest edition of Japanese Supplier Report offers an informed perspective on the current status and the way ahead for Japan's automotive industry. The report begins with detailed chapters on the recent improvement in Japan's macroeconomic fundamentals and comprehensive analysis of the Japanese automotive industry, automakers' production strategy including sourcing strategy and OEM supplier relations. In the subsequent chapters, the report discusses the various challenges that the Japanese supplier industry is currently facing.
Japan is the world's third largest market in term of vehicle production after China and the United States. The country produced 9.4 million vehicles in 2013 compared with 22.1 million in China and 11.1 million in the United States. Vehicle production in Japan has declined in the past few years as Japanese automakers have intensified focus on overseas expansion and reduced dependence on the domestic market to cater global demand. Japan was the world second largest vehicle producing country until 2010. However in 2011, the United States, which has been recording strong recovery in vehicle production since the beginning of this decade, overtook Japan as the second largest market.
This second edition report provides an overview of the macro economic situation in Japan. The report examines government incentives and outlook and provides an overview of the automotive industry and supply chain including 2013 production data, forecasts and export destinations. Furthermore, the report analyses the structure of the automotive industry in Japan and investments by automotive suppliers.
Finally, the report looks at opportunities and the future outlook for the industry and provides detailed analysis of the key automotive suppliers active in Japan.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1: Macroeconomic outlook
Chapter 2: Industry overview
Chapter 3: Production strategy
Chapter 4: Powertrain Strategy
Chapter 5: Japan's Automotive Supply Base
Chapter 6: Government Policy and Regulations
Chapter 7: Market and Economic Outlook
Top 10 Japanese automotive suppliers
- Aisin Seiki
- Sumitomo Electric
- Toyota Boshoku
- Calsonic Kansei
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