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AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

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  1. AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY Emrah KUTLU Zeynep AVCIOĞLU

  2. AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY • Key driving sector of the economy • Closely tied to other sectors of the economy • Prime buyer in basic industries • Requires complex and multidisciplinary technology

  3. AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY • Intense competition in the market • Intensive R&D • Fastest developing sector in the global economy

  4. AROUND THE WORLD • 1800’s Europe • US Mass production • 1990’s Globalization

  5. TURKEY • mid 1950’s • 1954 Türk Willys Overland Ltd. • Tofaş, Renault, Ford • Joint ventures

  6. MARKET STRUCTURE • Highly labor and capital intensive • Majority of costs for producing - Labor - Materials - Advertising

  7. MARKET STRUCTURE PORTER’S FIVE FORCES MODEL

  8. MARKET STRUCTURE • The auto industry is considered to be an oligopoly. • Today there are 15 companies in production of which 5 are automotive producers and 10 are commercial vehicle producers.

  9. MARKET STRUCTURE • The automotive industry is one of the four largest exporters. • Significant contribution to: - National production and development - Employment - Level of technology

  10. MARKET STRUCTURE Table- 1 PRODUCTION IN TURKEY Source: OSD, MVI Monthly Report

  11. MARKET STRUCTURE • The companies in the sector are mainly located in the Marmara Region. • Existing motor vehicle production capacity of the automotive industry in Turkey is 1,015,000 units per year, as of 2002.

  12. Table- 2 The Firms in the Automotive Industry Source:OSD, 2002

  13. Table- 3 The Leading Firms in the Industry and Their Sales Source: ISO, 500 Büyük Sanayi Kuruluşu Anketi, 2004

  14. LEADING EXPORTING COUNTRIES CONDUCT • France • Germany • Italy • UK

  15. Table- 4 Source: www.wbr.co.uk, About the Turkish Automotive Industry

  16. Table- 5 Automobile Imports( in units) Source: OSD, 2005

  17. CONDUCT PRODUCT DESIGN • Design of Textile and Textile-Based Products Used in Automotive • Designing Commercial and Public Transport Vehicles Like Trucks, Buses,etc. • - Development and Redesign Work for Currently Produced Automobiles Towards New Markets • Design Work Towards Developing Accessories and Products of Special • Functions • - Prototype Processes of Vehicles Designed Abroad and Design Work Concerning Test Production

  18. CONDUCT PARTNERSHIPS • Tofaş- Fiat • Otosan- Ford • Oyak- Renault

  19. PERFORMANCE • The Strength of the Turkish Automotive Industry • Economically • a) Third major sector in Turkish manufacturing industry • b) Leading private sector investor • c) Driving force in manufacturing industry with its high value added • d) A reliable source of tax revenue with its totally registered production SWOT ANALYSIS

  20. PERFORMANCE Human Knowledge a)High-skilled human resources both in production and management b) Sustainable and improvable competitive workforce with low labor cost and culture of productivity c) Accumulated technological know-how and rapidly growing investments in R&D d) Quality management systems e) Widespread distribution and marketing networks f) Integration with world automotive industry since 1990s

  21. PERFORMANCE Geostrategic Importance a) The most developed automotive industry and a unique export andproduction base in the region with close bilateral relations with EU, G8, Eurasia b) Export experience and strong export markets c) Easy access to potential emerging markets

  22. PERFORMANCE The Weakness of the Turkish Automotive Industry a) Unstable domestic market b) Loss of quality and quantity in manpower as a result of the crises caused bythe weak economy of the country c) In adequate investments in the sector d) High costs of raw materials due to capacity utilization and production below economies of scale e) High sales taxes and gasoline prices f) Lack of international strategy g) Excess capacity h) Insufficient export incentives

  23. GROWTH AND FUTURE - The automotive industry in Turkey has a significant potential for progress and export capacity.With the completion of global vehicle projects currently under progress, Turkey will soon reach an annual vehicle export capacity of at least 500,000 units. - In the near future, Turkey will be the world‘s alternative production center of vehicle and parts, and the automotive sector will become one of the leading sectors of the manufacturing industry, with exports of $8-8.5 billion.

  24. GROWTH AND FUTURE Basic elements of the national export strategy to reach these goals are; • Exporting of knowledge-intensive products with high added value • Focusing on markets with high purchasing power • Reaching the end consumer • Adopting quality by all industrial institutions • Establishing sales prices based on market conditions and customer requirements • Following new developments • Focusing on R&D • Investing more in technology, human resources, information, and quality training

  25. CONCLUSION Globalization will continue increasingly in the automotive sector. The automotive industry in Turkey is in a position where it canproduce at global standards.It has developed its competitive capabilities, and a structure that can apply common marketing strategies with licensing countries. The sector is able to create more added values. Having a competitive structure, having the power to manufacture quality and consistent products with new technologies, and most effectively, having the cost-price advantage, puts Turkey in a position of being an important manufacturing base and an important market, from the perspective of the global automotive.

  26. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION…