THE Car Business TAIWAN Truth Pack.


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THE Car Business TAIWAN Certainty Pack Swedish Exchange Chamber Taipei 2006 Substance Outline Taiwan Producing Industry Taiwan Car Industry Suggestions References Informative supplement
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THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY TAIWAN Fact Pack Swedish Trade Council Taipei 2006

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CONTENT Overview Taiwan Manufacturing Industry Taiwan Automotive Industry Recommendations References Appendix

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THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN TAIWAN IS ALMOST 2 TIMES AS LARGE AS THE SWEDISH MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY - the car business is developing consistently in Taiwan The aggregate turnover of the Taiwan fabricating industry is SEK 2,538 billion, there of SEK 101 billion from the car business the Swedish fabricating industry’s turnover is SEK 1,357 billion There are give or take 132,674 organizations inside of the assembling business in Taiwan 2.7 million representatives The hardware business is the biggest and most grounded industry in Taiwan The normal work cost for an industry laborer in Taiwan is SEK 62.13 every hour 5 biggest assembling commercial enterprises in Taiwan Billion SEK The car business sum 4% of the aggregate assembling industry Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs

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CONTENT Overview Taiwan Manufacturing Industry Taiwan Automotive Industry Passenger Cars Commercial Vehicle Suppliers Recommendations References Appendix

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THE TAIWAN PRODUCTION OF CARS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES TOTALS SEK 101 BILLION - the industry became more than 10% 2005 Production autos and business vehicles industry in Taiwan billion SEK Components and embellishments SEK 44,4 billion Vehicles SEK 57,6 billion Growth because of higher interest in the residential business sector Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association

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445,000 VEHICLES ARE PRODUCED IN TAIWAN - 323,000 traveler autos and 122,000 business vehicles VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS COMMERCIAL VEHICLES (122,000 vehicles) LIGHT TRUCKS (117,000 vehicles) HEAVY TRUCKS (5,000 vehicles) BUSSES (0 vehicles) PASSENGER CARS (323,000 vehicles) (Weight < 3.5 t) 6 makers China Motor (45,000) Ford Li Ho Motor (26,000) Kuozui Motors (16,000) Prince Motors (3,000) Yulon Motor (23,000) Taiwan Isuzu Motors (4,000) Only household SKD with a volume of 1400 in 2005 8 makers Kuozui Motors (124,000) Ford Li Ho Motor (54,000) Yulon Motor (41,000) China Motor (40,000) Honda Taiwan (25,000) San Yang Industry (22,000) Prince Motors (14,000) Formosa Auto (3,000) (Weight > 3.5 t) 3 makers China Motor (2,000) Kuozui Motors (3,000) Taiwan Isuzu Motors (400) Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association

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CONTENT Overview Taiwan Manufacturing Industry Taiwan Automotive Industry Passenger Cars Commercial Vehicles Suppliers Recommendations References Appendix

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Passenger Car Production in Taiwan Development the most recent 5 years Steady development of the auto creation Taiwan access to WTO in 2001 brought down the import charge for key segments thereof the expense of vehicles which set off the offers of autos moreover, full scale monetary development and rising riches are a portion of alternate elements that expanded the interest of autos New prerequisites on generation of security sort autos has build the interest of new autos Formosa Auto and San Yang (Hundai) entered the business sector THE PASSENGER CAR PRODUCTION IN TAIWAN IS INCREASING STEADILY - Entrance to WTO in 2001 set off the auto deals Vehicles

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THE MAJORITY OF PURCHASE DECISIONS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN MOSTLY TOGETHER WITH THEIR CUSTOMERS - Choice of suppliers depend on worldwide sourcing for ideal quality and cost Passenger Cars Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association & interviews

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THERE ARE 8 CAR MANUFACTURING PLANTS IN TAIWAN - Kuozui Motors deliver the most autos in Taiwan Taipei City Chung li Tucheng Chung li Yang mei Hukou San Yi Taichung Ping Tung Bold = Head office Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association

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FOCUS ON AUTOTRONICS, IMPROVED SUPPLY CHAIN AND COST DOWN PRODUCTION Trends inside of the Taiwan traveler auto industry Production is moving to terrain China and South East Asia Due to cost down necessities and cost rivalry available Key segments are still foreign made from US, Europe and Japan Globalization Hybrids are entering the Taiwan market Hybrids are effectively presenting in Taiwan Credit card advances for autos has been limited which hit the offers of autos OEMs enhance ties with their suppliers for better effectiveness and enhanced quality Market developments Increase R&D spending to create higher quality autos and reconciliation of autotronics Increase R&D interest in autotronics and telematics Increase R&D in car wellbeing Increase collaboration with guardian organizations in Japan and US to upgrade R&D Source: Company meetings and ITRI

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CONTENT Overview Taiwan Manufacturing Industry Taiwan Automotive Industry Passenger Cars Commercial Vehicles Suppliers Recommendations References Appendix

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Commercial Vehicle Production in Taiwan Development the most recent 5 years Restriction to import sand from China has diminished the light truck deals High oil cost hit the offers of trucks in 2005 DAF, Renault, Mercedes Benz have begun to fare to the Taiwan market Regualtion change in 2001 for overwhelming trucks of having a blend weight of 43 tons rather than 35 tons obliged the armada organizations to purchase 3 axel trucks and trailers which impelled the offers of substantial trucks LIGHT TRUCK PRODUCTION IS DECREASING TOWARDS A MORE STABLE PACE - because of import limitation of sand from China Vehicles

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THE MAJORITY OF PURCHASE DECISIONS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN MOSTLY TOGETHER WITH THEIR CUSTOMERS - Choice of suppliers depend on worldwide sourcing for ideal quality and cost Commercial vehicles Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association & interviews

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THE COMMERCIAL VEHICLE INDUSTRY IS CONCENTRATED IN THE NORTH AND CENTRAL OF TAIWAN Taipei City Kuanying Tucheng Chung li Yang mei San Yi Taichung Bold = Head office Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association

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FUEL ECONOMY AND NATIONAL SERVICE NETWORK FOR TRUCKS ARE THE MAIN FOCUSES Trends inside of the Taiwan business vehicle industry High oil cost hit the offers of trucks High oil cost has lessened the interest of light trucks Increase of CKD trucks in Taiwan Market development Several new creators have entered the Taiwan showcase New gas emanation EURO4 law lead to more European producer entering Taiwan Renault, Mercedes Benz and DAF has as of late entered the business sector Service systems are framed to give better administration to trucks in Taiwan Competition Demand for business vehicles with better efficiency Demand for vehicles with low fuel utilization Demand for vehicles with higher drive Technology Source: Company meetings and ITRI

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CONTENT Overview Taiwan Manufacturing Industry Taiwan Automotive Industry Passenger Cars Commercial Vehicles Suppliers Recommendations References Appendix

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Taiwan car suppliers Geographical convergence of car suppliers Low High THERE ARE ABOUT 3,000 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIERS IN TAIWAN - Small family-claimed organizations with solid money related assets There are approx. 3,000 suppliers for the car business in Taiwan There his a high centralization of car suppliers in north and focal Taiwan Many of the organizations have under 100 representatives and are family possessed (70%) with solid money related assets Traditional solid fragments are motor parts, body parts (lights), and elastic and plastics for inside Most T1 Headquarters are situated in Taipei City Taipei Tao yuan Taipei County Hsinchu Miao li Taichung Chang wha Tainan County Kaohsiung County Kaohsiung Source: ITRI and organization interviews

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ALMOST ALL LARGE T1 SUPPLIERS ARE LOCATED IN TAIWAN T1 SUPPLIERS Electrical frameworks Interior hardware Propulsion Body Running rigging Cables, transport frameworks, implanted frameworks Shihlin Electric & Engineering Taiwan Yuasa Battery Ztong Yee Industrial Taigene Electric Machinery Safety Control Cable Cockpit, seats, dash-board, cooling Matsushita Electric (Taiwan) Hsin Chong Machinery Works Uni Auto Parts Manufacture Proton Electronic Industrial E-Lead Electronic Power train, fumes frameworks, motors Uni Auto Parts Manufacture Kaifa Industry Shinfu Taiway Taiwan Nittan Industrial Body, rooftop, glass, entryways, lighting and so on. Hsin Chong Machinery Works GSK Ta Yih Industrial 3M Taiwan Tai Yue Elelctric Suspension, brakes, axles, controlling, tires Cheng Shin Rubber Tong Yang Industrial Lioho Machine Works Elite Sewing Machine Federal Ranked by the representatives\' measure and proposal from ITRI and industry sources * Other major T1 suppliers are recorded in the informative supplement Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association, ITRI and industry sources

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ALMOST ALL PURCHASE DECISIONS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN - Some creators outsource the buy choices to their production lines in China T1 Suppliers - Electrical frameworks Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association and organization interviews

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ALMOST ALL PURCHASE DECISIONS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN - Some creators outsource the buy choices to their processing plants in China T1 Suppliers - Interior hardware Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association and organization interviews

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ALMOST ALL PURCHASE DECISIONS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN - Some creators outsource the buy choices to their production lines in China T1 Suppliers - Propulsion Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association and organization interviews

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ALMOST ALL PURCHASE DECISIONS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN - Some producers outsource the buy choices to their processing plants in China T1 Suppliers - Body Source: Taiwan Transportation Vehicle Manufacturers Association and organization interviews

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ALMOST ALL PURCHASE DECISIONS ARE MADE IN TAIWAN - Some producers outsource the buy choices to their manufacturing plants in China T1 S

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