Asie (développés)

Production networks of the Asian automobile industry: regional or global?

Jetin, B. (2018).  Production networks of the Asian automobile industry: regional or global?. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management. 18(4), 302-328.

Asia is the host of some of the largest automobile markets and top global brands. It has recently taken several initiatives to foster its regional integration, such as Asia-wide trade agreements and infrastructure projects. This article examines the impact of these initiatives on the automobile fragmented production networks of Northeast, Southeast Asia and South Asia to see if they are becoming more regionalised or globalised, and to see if an Asia-wide production network is emerging. We focus on automobile component trade as a proxy of network trade and follow its evolution over the period 2001–2016 at the Asian and subregional level with a special emphasis on two major players, China and Japan. Our results show that a regionalisation process is under way between the three subregions, driven by China and Japan. However, this process is still slow due to the persistence of a high level of protectionism between the three subregions.

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Business model innovation in the automotive industry: a whole new world.

Winter, J. (2020).  Business model innovation in the automotive industry: a whole new world.. 28th Gerpisa International Colloquium.

28th International Gerpisa Colloquium / Call for papers / Virtual conference
Corresponding/first author: Dr. Johannes Winter, winter@acatech.de

Business Model Innovation in the Automotive Industry: a whole new world.
By Johannes Winter, acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering

Keywords: Automotive Industry, Business Models, Business Model Innovation, Automation, Autonomous Systems, Smart Services, Digital Transformation, Mobility provider

Table of contents

0. Summary 3
1. Business model innovation in the automotive industry: a literature review 4
2. Methodology 5
3. The digital transformation of the mobilty sector 6
3.1 Trend #1: Data drives the transformation of the mobility sector 6
3.2 Trend #2: Digital business models complete outdated product offers 7
3.3 Trend #3: Co-evolution and collaboration in the automotive industry 8
3.4 Trend #4: From optimized production to data-driven business model innovations 8
3.5 Trend #5: From car manufacturer to mobility provider 9
3.6 Discussion: Trendsetting questions for automotive companies 10
4. A look ahead: Europe's path in the digital age 10
5. Conclusion: no competitiveness without transformation 11
6. References 13

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From optimized production to data-driven business model innovations in the automotive industry (own fig.)

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Renault va mal et compte sur l’Alliance, Nissan va très mal et n’en parle pas

How long have we been married for? (Behrouz MEHRI / AFP)
Avant que ne soient communiqués les résultats financiers de 2019 de Renault vendredi, avait eu lieu à Yokohama la veille la présentation des résultats de Nissan pour l’avant dernier trimestre de l’année fiscale japonaise et donc pour les neuf premiers mois .
Les dirigeants de Nissan en ont profité pour revoir à la baisse leurs prévisions de chiffre d’affaires et de profits pour l’exercice en précisant que lesdites prévisions ne tenaient pas compte des effets probables du coronavirus.
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Renault is doing badly and counts on the Alliance. Nissan is doing very badly and doesn't talk about it.

How long have we been married for? (Behrouz MEHRI / AFP)
Prior to the release of Renault's 2019 financial results on Friday, the presentation of Nissan's results for the third quarter of the Japanese fiscal year, and thus for the first nine months, took place in Yokohama the day before.
 
Nissan executives took the opportunity to revise downwards their revenue and profit forecasts for the year, stating that these forecasts did not take into account the probable effects of the coronavirus.
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Renault and the Alliance: January 2020's resolutions

My name is Luca... I think you've seen me before (Source AFP)
After more than a year of very turbulent times, Renault and the Alliance seem to be gradually getting back on track. After the many departures to PSA, the arrival in the opposite direction of Gilles Le Borgne at the head of engineering could already be interpreted as a symbol.
 
The finalization of Luca de Meo's recruitment is another. Indeed, even if he will not officially take over the reins until July, with his appointment and the movements that are already being recorded in the management teams, we can already which path Jean-Dominique Senard intends to put the company on.
 
First of all, the idea that the automotive industry is an industry like any other (and where the invocation of a strong specificity would always be a form of resistance to change) seems to have faded away.
Apart from the fact that the case for the autonomous vehicle, which had powerfully served to accredit this thesis throughout the industry, is now arousing less and less enthusiasm and more and more doubt, at Renault, it is the painful experience of the Thierry Bolloré era that is leading to this return to fundamentals.
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Renault et l’Alliance : les bons signes donnés en janvier 2020

My name is Luca... I think you've seen me before (Source AFP)

Après plus d’un an de très vives turbulences, Renault et l’Alliance semblent se remettre progressivement en ordre de marche. Après les très nombreux départs vers PSA, l’arrivée en sens opposé de Gilles Le Borgne à la tête des ingénieries avait déjà pu être interprété comme un symbole.
 
Le recrutement enfin finalisé de Luca de Meo en est un autre. En effet, même s’il ne prendra officiellement les rennes qu’en juillet, d’ores et déjà, avec sa nomination et les mouvements que l’on enregistre dans les équipes dirigeantes, on perçoit le chemin que Jean-Dominique Senard entend faire prendre à l’entreprise.
 
D’abord l’idée que l’industrie automobile est une industrie comme les autres dans laquelle l’invocation d’une spécificité forte est toujours une forme de résistance au changement semble avoir fait long feu. 
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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance: putting an end to the myth of the Great Helmsman

Not gone for good yet? (Joseph Eid - AFP)
Last week Carlos Ghosn told us a story about Nissan, Renault and the Alliance that ended tragically in 2019. Indeed, for him, if his own trajectory broke in November 2018, then it could not be any different from that of the companies he was managing and the destiny of this fragile Alliance that he was leading.
 
There's nothing surprising about that since that's the way he's wanted history to be written for years: just as Jean-Luc Mélenchon [leader of the radical left in France] said "the Republic is me", Carlos Ghosn went repeating "the Alliance is me" and suggesting that if he was no longer there then everything would fall apart.
 
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Alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi : en finir avec le mythe du Grand Timonier

Not gone for good yet? (Joseph Eid - AFP)

Carlos Ghosn nous a la semaine dernière conté une histoire de Nissan, de Renault et de l’Alliance qui se termine tragiquement en 2019. Pour lui en effet, si sa propre trajectoire se brise en novembre 2018 alors il ne peut en être autrement de celle des entreprises qu’il dirigeait et des destinées de cette fragile Alliance qu’il conduisait. lire la suite

Toyota et Honda : différents mais solides

Looks like a no-deal

En ce mois de novembre, nous parviennent les résultats financiers des constructeurs japonais pour le premier semestre de leur exercice qui se clôt fin mars. En attendant ceux de Nissan qui ne seront rendus publics que cette semaine, on peut se pencher sur ceux de Toyota et Honda qui révèlent d’ores et déjà l’inégale exposition des uns et des autres au reflux de la demande mondiale qui se précise.
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