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The Japanese automotive industry in Europe

Knibb, Gormezano & Partners.

The Japanese automotive industry in Europe

by Knibb, Gormezano & Partners.

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Published by FT Automotive in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Automobile industry and trade -- Japan.,
  • Automobile industry and trade -- Europe.,
  • Market surveys -- Europe.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKnibb, Gormezano & Partners.
    SeriesFT management report
    ContributionsFinancial Times Automotive Publishing.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx,192p. :
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18079922M
    ISBN 101840830417
    OCLC/WorldCa60138979

      The Japanese Automotive Industry Japan has been one of the world’s Top three car producing countries since the ’s, securing its status as a world leader in automotive manufacturing and technology. Some of its most well known global brands belong to the automotive industry. People all around the world are familiar with Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Daihatsu, Fuso, Hino.   In order to better cater to the country’s particular characteristics, such as limited space, an aging society, and an increase in single households, the Japanese automotive industry opted for a.

    2 The internationalization of the Japanese automotive industry and local production overseas 57 3 The recovery of European and US auto makers, and relocating and changing lean production 83 4 Early s – the Japanese automotive industry loses international competitiveness, and the development of restructuring strategies The Japanese automotive industry remains one of the most prominent and largest in the world, strengthened by its leading position in the top 3 of the world’s largest automotive manufacturing countries since the ’s. Today, Japan is the world’s third largest car maker by volume and second largest automotive exporter by value. With heavy investment in innovation and technology, the.

    The fact that Japan and the European Union are principal partners who share the same fundamental values will be a driving force for collaboration, at both the public and private levels, under the “beyond the motor, beyond borders” concept. Established in , the Japan Automobile .   The number of imports of U.S. vehicles in Japan shrank 15 percent between and , to 19,, while imports from the European Union grew .


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The Japanese automotive industry enjoyed spectacular success in the s. This was largely due to the so-called 'Lean Production System' - the combination of an efficient production system, an effective supplier system, and a product development system. In the s the industry fell on hard times because of the Japanese asset price bubble and Manufacturer: Cambridge University Press.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Comparing productivity of the Japanese and US automobile industries --The internationalization of the Japanese automotive industry and local production overseas --The recovery of European and US auto makers, and .Japan has long been one of the top car superpowers in the global automotive industry, while the top 10 Japanese car brands in — who are also some of the top car brands in the world — are responsible for some of the most produced and best-selling auto vehicles in theJapan is the world’s third-largest automotive producing country by volume and the second largest.Book Description: A detailed study of the history of the Japanese automotive industry, focusing primarily on the rise of Toyota and Nissan.

The study seeks to understand how Japan started manufacturing motor vehicles and eventually passed the U.S. manufactures in terms of productivity and Europeans in terms of small car design.