Globalisation has led to more complex and geographically dispersed supply chains in the Manufacturing sector. Indeed, with the increase in the average hourly rate for labour in China, Manufacturers are beginning to diversify the location of plants, whilst China itself has moved up the value - chain to join a fast - expanding list of countries that are keen to focus on innovation, rather than assembly. Furthermore, widening web - access has created a more demanding, quality conscious and price sensitive consumer class, which can be closer to Manufacturers who "get it right"... Or quickly move away from producers with negative customer insights.
Specifically within the Automotive sector, the advent of more efficient fuel technologies is the precursor to a strong potential for long - lasting, quick and desirable battery - powered vehicles that may even be driverless... And built by non - traditional Automotive companies. Moreover, complex telematics and IoT have already put the Automotive sector at the forefront of digitisation in transportation.
The above has led to strong demand for personnel with specific skills that are in short supply overall and, perhaps, not always readily available in the locations where they are needed.
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Respondents Who Said Partnerships, Not In - House Efforts Would Form Future Innovation
*Global Manufacturing Outlook 2014 (KPMG)