Future of Manufacturing in Europe

  • ID: 3699948
  • Report
  • Region: Europe
  • 90 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Decoding the Key Transformative Forces set to Reinvent the Economic Engine of Europe
European manufacturing is at a crossroads. The growing dominance of emerging markets and the rapidly changing consumer landscape are spearheading a major manufacturing renaissance in the region. Though Europe has been at the forefront of manufacturing excellence - its manufacturing sector currently accounts for 15.0% of its GDP and 33 million jobs - global transitions, such as declining energy prices, diminishing resources, new competition from emerging markets and an aging workforce, have diminished its growth. Rejuvenation of the existing manufacturing setup is Europe’s key agendum to encouraging industrial growth in an effective, efficient, and sustainable manner. ‘Manufacturing in Europe’ analyses the transformative forces already at work in Europe’s manufacturing scenario.

Executive Summary - Key Findings:

- The Europe2020 strategy aims to increase the contribution of manufacturing to European GDP from % in 2013 to % by 2020.

- The European structural and investment funds (ESIFs) has allocated XX Billion out of its XX Billion budget for ICT investments between 2014 and 2020.

- Poland remains the largest and strongest growing economy in Eastern Europe; it is expected to become the growth engine for Europe by 2025.

- Members of the European Union pledged to reduce green house gas emission by %, by 2030. Sweden has pledged to become first fossil-fuel-free nation by 2050.

- The demand for high-skilled workforce is set to expand, although overall manufacturing employment in the EU-28 economies is poised to witness a decline by 2025.

- The 3D printing market potential in Europe is estimated to be about XX Billion by 2025.

- Nanotechnology is a key area of focus for various R&D initiatives, such as the Graphene Flagship project which has an investment of XX Billion.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Executive Summary-Key Findings
  • Executive Summary-EU in the Manufacturing World
  • Executive Summary-Key Metrics by Industry
  • Executive Summary-Energy and Environment
  • Executive Summary-Employment Trends in Europe
  • Executive Summary-Manufacturing Shifts East
  • Future Manufacturing Perspectives
  • 3D Printing-Key Transformational Shifts
  • Small is the New Big-Nanotechnology in Europe
  • Executive Summary-Emerging Opportunities Arising from Digitization
  • Top Transformational Shifts Shaping the Future of Manufacturing in Europe
2. Factories of the Future
  • Defining Europe’s Factory of the Future
  • Europe’s 2020 Implementation Strategy-A Digital Perspective
  • Research and Innovation-Horizon 2020 Funding Structure
  • Manufacturing Impact-Top Technologies Enabling a Smart Factory
  • Technology Penetration-Key Market Indicators
  • Technology Penetration-Key Market Indicators (continued)
  • Vertical Market Opportunity Mapping-Automotive Leads The Way
  • Case Example-Siemens Smart Electronics Plant in Amberg
  • Summary Slide-Key Takeaways
3. Nearshoring in the East
  • Manufacturing Dynamics-Europe moves East
  • Eastern Europe-The New Frontier for Manufacturing Growth
  • Poland-The Next Growth Engine for European Manufacturing
  • Czech Republic-The New Frontier for Automotive Production
  • Hungary-A Hotspot for Innovation in Electronics Manufacturing
  • Romania-Expanding Region for High-tech Manufacturing
  • Turkey-Emerging Zone for High-end Machine Manufacturing
  • R&D Policy Drives in the CEE Region-Key Highlights
  • Manufacturing in Central & Eastern Europe-Key Insights
4. Energy and Geopolitics
  • Iran is Back in World Business; Europe Seeks the Returns
  • Sanctions-Boon or Bane to Europe?
  • Current European Energy Import Scenario
  • EU Poised to Balance its Energy Imports
  • Big Opportunities Across Diverse Industry Verticals
  • Prospective Consequences
5. Carbon-Neutral Manufacturing
  • Europe Marches Towards Carbon Neutrality
  • Green House Gas Emissions the Key Supplement for Climate Change
  • Carbon Footprint of European Manufacturing Industries
  • Shift of Energy Production to Renewable Sources
  • COP 21 Outcome-Influence on the Manufacturing Sector
  • ‘Revolutionary Change’ to Make Manufacturing Plants Energy Efficient
  • Pepsi’s FivZero Emission Initiative
  • Carbon Offset in Retail Sector
  • Industrial Decarbonization-Is it a Business Case?
  • Pushing for Greener and Smarter Manufacturing
  • Biggest Transformations Attributed to Carbon-Neutral Manufacturing
6. Skills 4.0-Human-centered Manufacturing
  • Employment Trends in Europe
  • Employment Trends in European Manufacturing
  • Skill Needs
  • The Eye on the Worker-Human-centric Factories in Europe
  • Key Highlights
7. Additive Manufacturing/3D Printing
  • 3D Printing-Key Transformational Shifts
  • 3D Printing-European Market Potential
  • Technology of 3D Printing
  • Case Study-3D Printing in Aerospace
  • Aerospace Industry-the New Hub for 3D Printed Components
  • Lighter but Stronger-the New Mode for Component Design
  • Strategic Business Opportunities
  • 3D Printing as a Service
  • Paradigm Shift from Purchasing to Leasing of 3D Printing Machines
  • Why Closed Loop Feedback Systems is the Next Big Technological Trend in 3D Printing?
  • Design to Additive Manufacturing-Focus on the Software
  • What Next? 4D Printing
8. Nano-disruptions
  • Small is the New Big-Nanotechnology in Europe
  • Key EU Policies and Initiatives-Engineered Nanomaterials(ENM) and a Focus on Safety
  • The EU Nanotechnology Strategy-Securing Nano Emerging Industries
  • Nanotechnology Development and Application Areas
  • The Next Industrial Agenda-From Micro to Atomically Precise Manufacturing
  • Case Examples-BASF’s Nanoworld
  • Nanotechnology Perspectives-Summary
  • Legal Disclaimer
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