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Manufacturing Prioritization in APAC

  • ID: 4846303
  • Country Profile
  • November 2018
  • Region: Asia Pacific
  • 44 pages
  • DuckerFrontier
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Changing global and regional dynamics are leading executives to shift from an almost exclusive focus on building efficient production networks to building more resilient production networks- Escalating US-China trade tensions have brought to light the downside of over-relying on one country for production and underlined the need to diversify- While these tensions will act as the catalyst, longer-term trends will also push many multinationals to diversify parts of their production footprints- As cost-benefit dynamics change, executives will need to re-evaluate the return on investment of their existing or planned production facilities, and assess whether past assumptions still hold in this changing environment- The author has developed a manufacturing prioritization tool that will enable MNCs to assess the attractiveness of Asia-Pacific economies for their manufacturing needs.

What you will learn
  • Eight criteria to assess manufacturing attractiveness in APAC
  • How to us- The author's APAC manufacturing prioritization tool
  • Actions for multinationals to take to win in the region
What you will receive
  • Immediate access to the 44-page PDF report
  • Exclusive email updates covering emerging markets business topics
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Executive Summary

Re-Evaluating The APAC Manufacturing Footprint
  • Trade Tensions Will Prompt Adjustments
  • Integration Will Alter Localization Choices
  • Appraising Your Manufacturing Footprint
  • Process: Manufacturing Localization
Eight Criteria to Assess Manufacturing Attractiveness in APAC
  • Assessing Market Attractiveness
The author's APAC Manufacturing Prioritization Tool
  • Manufacturing Attractiveness Index
  • Five Industry Archetypes
  • 1. Low Cost
  • 2. Domestic Consumables
  • 3. Regional Durables
  • 4. Commodity Intermediaries
  • 5. High-Tech
Leveraging On-The-Ground Market Insight
  • Qualitatively Fine-Tune Results
  • 1. Labor
  • 2. Industry Conditions
  • 3. Innovation
  • 4. Infrastructure
  • 5. Regulatory and Business Environment
  • 6. Costs
  • 7. Risks
  • 8. Market Opportunity
  • APAC Manufacturing Prioritization
Determining a Suitable Localization Deployment Path
  • Overview of Localization Options
  • Greenfield Investment
  • Brownfield Investment
  • Joint Ventures
  • Licensing
  • Ranking Methodology
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