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Volvoへの部品供給

Supplying Volvo

発行 IHS SupplierBusiness 商品コード 296271
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Volvoへの部品供給 Supplying Volvo
出版日: 2015年05月28日 ページ情報: 英文 40 Pages
概要

Volvo(ボルボ)は、スウェーデン車としては、最も有名で象徴的なブランドです。近年における同社の車両製造量は、年間50万台を下回る程度で、比較的規模の小さい企業ですが、世界中で最も有名な自動車企業のひとつといえるでしょう。その安全技術や環境コンプライアンスに関する評判は広く世間に認知されています。

当レポートでは、Volvoの調達戦略に関する詳細な分析を実施し、製品・プラットフォーム戦略と購入戦略、サプライヤー選択基準、世界的な部品調達、価格政策、品質管理、技術開発といった事項に関する同社の方針と実践方法について調査するとともに、同社に関するOEM・サプライヤー調査の結果をも盛り込んでお届けします。

イントロダクション

財務概要

製品・プラットフォーム戦略

  • SPA (Scalable Product Architecture)
  • 現行の主要モデル
    • V40
    • S60/V60/XC60
    • V70/XC70
    • S80
    • XC90
  • パワートレイン戦略
    • 新たな4気筒エンジン
    • モジュラーコンセプト
    • 3気筒エンジンで継続する小型化戦略
    • Drive-Eコンセプトを支える低排出ガス技術
    • プラグインハイブリッド
  • ■購買戦略
  • 概要
  • 購買の地域別内訳

インタビュー

  • Lars Wrebo氏:Volvoの購買および製造部門のシニアバイスプレジデント
  • サプライヤーへのインタビュー:Marcus Nyman 氏(IACの欧州地域管轄シニアバイスプレジデント)

製造戦略と

  • イントロダクション
    • 拡大する製造ネットワーク
  • スウェーデン
    • Gothenburg - Torslanda
    • Uddevalla
    • Skovdeエンジン工場
    • Floby部品工場
  • ベルギー
    • Ghent
  • 中国
    • 主な新規投資
    • 世界品質基準
    • チームワークがカギ
    • 社員教育
    • 成都のサプライヤーネットワーク
    • 環境コンプライアンス

将来のモデル計画

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目次

This report examines Volvo's product and platform strategy, including the upcoming SPA and CMA platforms. The report also goes inside the Volvo's purchasing strategy, including an in-depth interview with Lars Wrebo, Senior Vice President of Purchasing and Manufacturing at Volvo.

The report also looks at the company's current manufacturing sites based in Sweden, its future production strategy for China, the relationship with parent company Geely, and looks at OEM-supplier relations. The report is backed up with IHS Automotive production forecasts for the Volvo brand; the industry standard for automotive forecasting and analysis.

About the Report

Volvo is both one of the most iconic and best-known Swedish brands and also the last remaining Swedish car company, following the demise of Saab. It is now owned by Geely of China, and although a relatively small company, compared to automotive giants such as VW, GM and Toyota, it is nonetheless now on a growth trajectory and in the process of establishing a global manufacturing network. In addition to its long-established factories in Sweden and Belgium, it now also has two new vehicle plants in China and an engine plant there too.The company has confirmed it will build a factory in the USA in the near future as well.

Volvo's brand recognition derives in large part from its reputation for leading-edge safety technology and environmental compliance. It has long been seen, especially in the US, UK and some continental European markets, as the supplier of the archetypal middle class family car, especially its estate models. The advent of the original XC90 SUV and the subsequent smaller XC60 changed the company's overall image somewhat, but the focus on safety remained paramount. In China, Geely wants to emphasise the premium nature of its vehicles, and with the growth of the Chinese market, especially for premium vehicles, there is every likelihood that the Chinese influence on Volvo's future direction will increase.

Last year, Volvo's global retail sales rose to nearly 467,000 units, rising from nearly 428,000 in 2013. Although production is growing in Europe and now in China, Volvo remains a relatively small player at under 500,000 units a year. It is planning to raise its annual production volume to over 800,000 units and possibly more once the North American plant is confirmed. As part of the Ford Premier Automotive Group (1999-2010), Volvo had benefited from the scale benefits from Ford's global purchasing power and also a wide potential source of engines. Operating as an independent player, and even with Geely's backing, Volvo has been on a process of re-inventing itself in many key areas, including increasing its manufacturing footprint, developing its own four-cylinder engines, and reorganising and expanding its purchasing department for example; the purchasing function had been subsumed within Ford Purchasing under Ford's ownership, with a large number of key functions, especially cost analysis and estimating, having been transferred to Ford, reducing Volvo's own capabilities in the area.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Financial Overview
    • Volvo Cars, financial highlights 2014 vs. 2013
    • Volvo Cars, retail sales 2014 vs. 2013

Product and Platform Strategy

  • SPA
    • SPA models could represent as much as two-thirds of Volvo output, and possibly more
    • Europe and China will adopt the same manufacturing systems
    • 90 cluster models will be at the heart of the new Volvo

Current Major Model Programmes

  • V40
  • S60/V60/XC60
  • V70/XC70
  • S80
  • XC90

Powertrain Strategy

  • New 4-cylinder engines
  • Modular concept
  • Downsizing strategy continues with 3-cylinder version
  • Reduced fuel emissions underpin Drive-E concept
  • Plug-in hybrids

Purchasing Strategy

  • Overview
    • Country risk assessment
    • Supplier awards and recognitions
  • Geographic split of purchasing

Interviews

Lars Wrebo, Senior Vice President, Purchasing and Manufacturing, Volvo Cars Introduction and evolution of the purchasing function at Volvo Size and scale of purchasing function Government support Implications of the new platforms for manufacturing Directed sourcing, managing tier two suppliers

  • Supplier interview - Marcus Nyman, IAC

Production Strategy and Manufacturing Footprint

  • Introduction
    • A growing manufacturing network
    • Recent changes to logistics arrangements in Sweden and Belgium
  • Sweden
    • Gothenburg - Torslanda
    • Press shop
    • Body shop
    • Paint shop
    • Trim and assembly
    • In-house component assembly
    • Sequencing by suppliers
    • End of line finishing
    • Skovde engine plant
    • Floby component plant
  • Belgium
    • Ghent
    • Introduction
    • Suppliers and sequencing
  • Incoming logistics
  • China
    • Major new investment
    • Global quality standards
    • Teamwork is key
    • Employee training
    • Chengdu supplier network
    • Environmental compliance

Forward Model Program

Figures

  • Figure 1: Volvo XC90 safety cage
  • Figure 2: Volvo V40
  • Figure 3: Volvo S60
  • Figure 4: Volvo V70
  • Figure 5: Volvo S80
  • Figure 6: Volvo XC90

Tables

  • Table 1: Volvo Cars, financials 2014 vs. 2013
  • Table 2: Volvo Cars, retail sales 2014 vs. 2013
  • Table 3: Volvo Cars, global sales by model, 2014 vs. 2013
  • Table 4: Volvo vehicle production by fuel type
  • Table 5: IHS Automotive Volvo Production Forecast (2011--2018) by Nameplate
  • Table 6: Selected Suppliers on the new XC90
  • Table 7: Volvo: purchasing split by country
  • Table 8: IHS Automotive Volvo Production Forecast (2011--2018) by Country and Plant
  • Table 9: Suppliers at Volvo’s Ghent Plant
  • Table 10: Parts Volvo sequences at the Ghent Plant
  • Table 11: Volvo Forward Model Program

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