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Automotive Industry in Hungary. Main topics covered. About the automotive business in Central- and Eastern Europe Facts and figures on the Hungarian automotive (parts) industry The largest automotive companies in Hungary A bout Clusters – General introduction of the concept

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main topics covered
Main topics covered
  • About the automotive business in Central- and Eastern Europe
  • Facts and figures on the Hungarian automotive (parts) industry
  • The largest automotive companies in Hungary
  • About Clusters – General introduction of the concept
  • The Pannon Automotive Cluster (PANAC)
  • The goals of PANAC
  • The company network of PANAC
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100 km

200 km

300 km

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Central East European concentration of OEM’s (car and engine plants)

  • By 2006
  • Approx. 4-5 million cars in CEE
  • Approx. 900.000 cars within 120 km of Györ
  • Approx. 2.5 million engines within 160 km of Györ
  • Approx. 3.5 million engines within 300 km of Györ

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automotive investments in eastern and central europe
Automotive investments in Eastern-and Central Europe

Poznan: Volkswagen (VW)

Existing factory for 40 000 commercial vehicles, Under further development, M 600 €

Gliwice: Opel (General Motors)

New factory, Current production 85 700 cars, Extension planned

M 500 € Investment

Warzawa: Fiat

New factory for currently 158 000 cars, Under further development

M 1 000 € investment

Tychy: Daewoo

New factory, current capacity 25 000 cars, under further development, M 400 € invest

Mladá Boleslav: Skoda (VW)

Existing factory for 442 500 cars

Zilina: Hyundai, Kia

New factory for 2005

Capacity 300 000 cars

M 700–1 100 € investment

Kolin: PSA and Toyota

New Factory for 2005

300 000 Cars

East Slovakia: Rover

New investment in preparation

Bratislava: Volkswagen (VW)

Current operations 225 400 cars

Porsche Cayenne, Touareg, Polo, Golf, under further development

Trnava: PSA (Peugeot/Citroen)

New factory for 2006

Capacity 300 000 cars

M 800–900 € investment

Györ: Audi (VW)

Current operations 1 600 000 engines and 53 600 cars

under further development

Esztergorn: MSK (Suzuki)

Current capacity 84 600 cars

By 2005 capacity 200 000 cars

Novo Mesto: REVOZ (Renault)

Current operations 125 700 cars

Under further development

Pitesti: Dacia (Renault)

Current operations 57 300 cars

Sources: Die Zeit, Der Spiegel, FhG-IPA, own sources, company information, EU

the hungarian automotive sector in numbers
The Hungarian automotive sector in Numbers
  • Production Value
    • 6.44 Billion USD (2001), approx. 9 Billion in 2004
    • 14% of the total Industrial Production ; 31% of the machining industry
  • Total number companies: ~ 280-300, approx. 350 in 2004
    • Number of companies with system certificates: ~ 240 companies
    • Advanced automotive systems in place: ~ 120 companies
  • Total number of employees: ~ 90.000 people
  • Export ratio: above 90 %
  • Most important export market: European Union
  • Significant ratio of foreign ownership: above 80%
    • Approx. 10% of the total FDI, approx. 10 billion Euro in automotive field
the hungarian automotive sector in numbers6
The Hungarian automotive sector in Numbers
  • Car and engine production @ Hungary
    • Car manufacturing, assembly
      • Magyar Suzuki Rt, ill. Audi Hungária Motor Kft
      • Suzuki: approx. 100.000 pcs – 2005 approx. 240.000 planned for 2005
      • Audi: TT, earlier A3 and S3, yearly 35-40.000 pcs
    • Engine manufacturing
      • Audi Hungária Motor Kft. – 1.400.000 engines per year
      • Opel Magyarország Kft. – 400.000 engines per year
      • Regional engine production concentration!!!
key indicators of the hungarian automotive parts sector
Key indicators of the Hungarian automotive parts sector

Positions in the supply-chain

Ownership structure

Modules, systems

Parts, components

Local

Foreign

Mixed

Distribution of technology

Level of technology at the companies

Turning/Machining

Pressed parts

Electronic parts

Plastics parts

Rubber parts

Sprins, screws, etc.

Casting

Other

Advanced tech.

Other

World class technology

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Most important automotive companies in Hungary

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  • 1 Akzo-Nobel Coating, Paints
  • 2 Alcoa, Alu-casting, Rolling
  • 3 Audi, Engines, Cars (TTs)
  • 4 Bakony Művek, Dashboard, sceen-wiper
  • 5 Bosch, Dashboard, contoroll units, horn
  • 6 BPW, Carriage, suspension
  • 7 Daewoo Ball Bearings, Ball bearings
  • 8 Daikin, air-conditioners
  • 9 Delphi- Calsonic, Compressors (Air-conditioners)
  • 10 Delphi-Packard, Wires, Cables
  • 11 Denso, Injection systems
  • 12 Delco Remy, Barring engines, Generators
  • 13 Excel-Csepel, Production machines
  • 14 Erbslöh, Alu profiles – manufacturing, assembling
  • 15 Firth Rixson Forgings, powder metallurgy
  • 16 Federal Mogul, Rubber seals
  • 17 GM Opel, Engines, cylinderheads, gear-boxes
  • 18 Hydro, Alu cylinder heads, Alu engine bodyes
  • 19 Continental Teves, ABS brake systems, ESP systems
  • 20 Knorr-Bremse, Brake systems
  • 21 Lear, Seats
  • 22 Le Belier, Alu metallurgy, casting
  • 23 Loranger, Machined parts

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Most important automotive companies in Hungary

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  • 24 LuK, Clutch, clutch disk,
  • 25 Linamar (Mezögép), Fuel dosing systems
  • 26 Michelin, Tyres
  • 27 Mitsuba, Electrical engines, generators, transformators
  • 28 NABI, Coaches
  • 29 Nolato-Protec, Moulded parts
  • 30 Perion, Accumulators
  • 31 PREC-CAST, Die-cast parts
  • 32 RÁBA, Axles, Carriages, military trucks
  • 33 Suoftec, AL-wheels
  • 34 Schefenacker, internal and external mirrors
  • 35 Suzuki, Cars
  • 36 Tauril, Rubber parts
  • 37 UBP Csepel, Iron casting
  • 38 Visteon, Fuel systems, barring engines, coils
  • 39 ZF Hungária, Gear boxes, Carriages
  • 40 TEMIC, Electrohydraulic break systems
  • 41 Schwarzmüller, Body of vans, trailers
  • 42 Musashi, Ball-joints, Balancing arms
  • 43 Stanley Electric, Lightning
  • 44 Carrier Transcold, Cooling systems
  • 45 Ortech (U-Shin, Electrical components
  • 46 AFL, Cable strands

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Most important automotive companies in Hungary

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  • 47 Hammerstein, Seats, Seat adjusment parts
  • 48 Clarion, Car Hi-Fi
  • 49 Eagle Ottawa, Leather coverings
  • 50 Euro-Excedy, Clutch parts
  • 51 Zollner, Moulding, Metalwork
  • 52 Valeo Autoelectric, Car electronic
  • 53 Philips – APM, Car Hi-Fi
  • 54 Autoliv, Seat belts
  • 55 Johnson Controls, Antiglare shields
  • 56 Isringhausen, Seat covers
  • 57 EDAG, Engineering, design
  • 58 Magna-Steyr, Engineering, design
  • 59 Vogel-Sitze, Coach seats

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latest i nvestments in the a utomotive s ector
Latestinvestments in the automotive sector
  • Audi expansion of the production range
  • Opel/Daewoo regional headquarters for CEE
  • Suzuki expansion for car assembly
  • Ortech new capacity for supplying Opel & Suzuki
  • SEWS new capacity for the production of spare parts
  • Toyo new capacity for the production of car seats
  • Linamar new plant for producing diesel engine components
  • Phoenix AG development for logistics center
  • Porsche new logistics center
  • Visteon product development center for producing compressors
  • Schwarzmüller new capacity for producing trailers
  • Delphi-Calsonic expansion of compressor production
  • Renault logistics center
  • Bosch expansion of the production capacity
  • Saia-Burgess new capacity for producing controllers & door-locking systems
clusters
Clusters
  • Cooperative network of businesses
  • Manufacturers, consultants, Institutions for training and education, service providers
  • Organized on aproduct basis
  • Concentrated on a specific territory
  • Utilizes cooperationopportunities
  • Toimprove competitivenessof the participants
role of cooperation through networks
Role of cooperation through networks
  • Goal: Creating new business opportunities trough synergies
    • New market segments
    • Improved level of supplier competencies
  • Increasing power in the supply chain
    • Abilities, Competencies
    • Resources
    • Market intelligence
driving forces of formulating clusters

Global companies with global supplier network on global markets

National companies on local markets

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Networking, Clustering

Mergers, Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances

SME’s

Global Co’s

Driving forces of formulating clusters
  • Glocalization - Parallel trends
    • Global site selection and Global Sourcing Strategies
    • Concentration of expertise
    • Increasing complexity
  • Changing nature of competition
  • Typical answers

COMPETITIVENESS, COST REDUCTION

pannon automotive cluster
Pannon Automotive Cluster

Since December 2000

  • Common initiative of:
    • Audi, Opel, Suzuki, LuK Savaria, Rába, Citibank, IKT West-Transdanubian Regional Development Agency
  • Supported by the Ministry of Economics
  • Joined members of the Cluster-Core:
    • Széchenyi István (Technical) University, Győr (Sept. 2001)
    • HVB Bank Hungary (Feb. 2002)
    • Siemens Hungary (Sept. 2002)
  • Country-wide Industrial Network for the Automotive Sector
mission and goals of panac
Mission and goals of PANAC
  • PANAC’s mission
    • Supporting the localization of production and development of modules, and systems
    • Improving the Hungarian owned suppliers ability to produce and develophigh complexity systems and parts
    • Improving the ability of Hungarian research communities to be involved in automotive development projects
  • Goals of PANAC
    • To increase the ability of the supplier companies to join the global supplier networks of the automotive industry
    • To help its partners to increase complexity of their products, thus being able to improve their position in the supply-chain
    • To foster the development of a nation-wide automotive strategy
    • To be a well accepted reference-provider on the partner companies (both to the government and domestic or international buyers)
    • Internationalization of the network
panac s upplier d evelopment
PANAC supplier development
  • Dissemination of Industry Specific knowledge
    • PANAC role starts, where the role of the individual customers ends
    • Wide impact – Reaching high number of potential suppliers
    • Improving the general level of understanding of requirements
  • Tools and activities
    • Providing access to industry news and information
    • Providing trainings, workshops, specialists events
    • Performing technology transfer services
    • Performing individual company assessment
    • Leading industry-wide benchmarking activity
    • Facilitating inter-company learning
panac partners

Eger

Debrecen

Budapest

Győr

Veszprém

Kecskemét

Békéscsaba

Zalaegerszeg

Kaposvár

Szeged

PANAC Partners

PANAC Cluster Core (8+4)

78

PANAC Partner members (51)

PANAC registered Service Providers (12)

Established: Dec. 2000

------ PANAC – Core-area

the panac company network
The PANAC company network

PANAC Statistics:

Total number of employees: ~ 38 000

Total Turnover: ~ 5 billion €

70% of the members involved in production

27% of the members involved in R&D

Level of quality readiness is well above industry average

Healthy balance among the different size categories

partners by activity forming technologies

Eger

8

Győr

Debrecen

18

19

12

4

1

Budapest

16

9

14

10

Veszprém

Kecskemét

5

15

6

7

11

Békéscsaba

13

Zalaegerszeg

17

20

Kaposvár

Szeged

3

2

Partners by activityForming Technologies
partners by activity turning and machining

19

Eger

2

Győr

Debrecen

6

18

3

22

7

Budapest

17

16

9

Partners by activityTurning and Machining

20

Veszprém

Kecskemét

5

12

11

15

10

Békéscsaba

8

4

21

13

Zalaegerszeg

14

Kaposvár

Szeged

1

partners by activity s urface treatment

Eger

Győr

Debrecen

11

Budapest

1

Partners by activitySurface treatment

14

Veszprém

4

Kecskemét

5

13

15

8

7

Békéscsaba

6

9

12

Zalaegerszeg

10

Kaposvár

Szeged

2

3

partners by activity joining technologies welding screwing bonding etc

Eger

Győr

Debrecen

5

9

Budapest

13

16

17

Partners by activityJoining Technologies(welding, screwing, bonding, etc.)

Veszprém

Kecskemét

11

15

10

3

7

Békéscsaba

4

12

Zalaegerszeg

18

14

Kaposvár

8

Szeged

1

2

6

partners by activity injection blow moulding

8

Eger

Győr

Debrecen

7

1

Budapest

10

9

Partners by activityInjection, blow moulding

Veszprém

Kecskemét

2

Békéscsaba

4

6

Zalaegerszeg

Kaposvár

5

Szeged

3

partners by activity casting

Eger

Győr

Debrecen

Budapest

3

4

Partners by activityCasting

Veszprém

Kecskemét

1

2

Békéscsaba

Zalaegerszeg

Kaposvár

Szeged

partners by activity electronic assembly technologies

Eger

Győr

Debrecen

1

Budapest

8

Partners by activityElectronic / assembly technologies

9

Veszprém

7

Kecskemét

2

6

Békéscsaba

4

Zalaegerszeg

Kaposvár

5

Szeged

3

partners by activity engineering development other services

Eger

Győr

Debrecen

7

17

8

15

1

10

Budapest

2

9

5

11

Partners by activityEngineering development, other services

Veszprém

12

4

Kecskemét

18

3

Békéscsaba

16

14

6

Zalaegerszeg

Kaposvár

13

Szeged

invigorating the hungarian parts industry
Invigorating the Hungarian Parts Industry
  • International Relations
    • Cluster to Cluster Cooperation
      • Business Forums, One-on-one business meetings
      • International Cluster Cooperation projects
  • Single point access
    • Requests for quotations filtered and passed on to qualified suppliers
    • Co-operating partner of ITD-H, the Hungarian Trade-development organization
    • Company representation at Hungary
  • Technical assistance
    • Project management services
      • Identifying synergies; Initiating cooperation, projects
    • Involvement in EU co-operation projects
      • Supporting Hungarian companies in joining international cooperation projects
  • Improving the Automotive focus of partners in service, education and government
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Thank You for Your Attention!

PANAC Coordination Office

H-9027 Győr, Hédervári u. 25

Hungary

Tel/Fax: +36-96-613-606

E-mail: [email protected]

www.panac.hu (Hungarian only)

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