The Global Automotive Logistics 2023 Report from Ti Insight shows market instability, major supply chain shifts and offers insight on vehicle manufacturer activity.
A lack of coordination between vehicle manufacturers and semi-conductor manufacturers is causing a major shift in the balance of power between the supplier and the supplied. That’s according to the Global Automotive Logistics 2023 Report from Ti Insight, a 40-page document which includes automotive trends, analysis, market sizing, forecasts, manufacturer case studies and an overview of selected automotive logistics service providers.
“The past five years have been a period of remarkable instability in the automotive sector Worldwide,“ explains Senior Editor Julia Swales. “The impact of the supply chain crisis of 2020-2022 was extreme, with large falls in production volumes of a magnitude that have not been seen for at least the past decade. The implications for the logistics sectors serving the automotive sector have been severe.”
The Global Automotive Logistics 2023 Report from Ti Insight – the leading provider of market research to the global logistics industry – shows that the violent shift in technology is already visible and supply chain geographies are rapidly changing as manufacturers attempt to locate semiconductor production approximate to assembly plants.
The report – written by industry researchers, analysts and associates ̶ is one of several reports published each month by the Ti team, utilising data from its GSCI knowledge portal, a data powerhouse with over 1million pieces of data and analysis.
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