MEA Automotive - A Sabic View

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Local Industry Inputs for an Automotive Sector (I)- Petrochemicals
Event - Saudi Arabia: New Auto Market Hub for the Middle East, Africa and South Asia
Richard Crosby
General Manager – SABIC, Middle East and Africa
US-Saudi Arabian Business Council
Presented June 26, 2013
www.ic.gov.sa

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MEA Automotive - A Sabic View

  1. 1. MEA AUTOMOTIVE – A SABIC VIEW Richard Crosby General Manager – SABIC, Middle East and Africa US-Saudi Arabian Business Council
  2. 2. No. 1 AGENDA • The Middle East and Africa • The MEA Automotive Industry • SABIC at a Glance • SABIC Materials for the Automotive Industry • Enabling Growth in the Region – SABIC Application Development Center • Wrap
  3. 3. No. 2 The Middle East and North Africa is a dynamic growth region MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (MENA) IN NUMBERS
  4. 4. No. 3 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA (KSA) IN NUMBERS Largest population in GCC—28.1 Million people—growing at 2.3% per year 18th in WEF’s 2013 Global Competiveness Report 12 million barrels a day, the world’s largest Crude Oil producer 7.6 % Non-oil projected growth in 2013 The Gulf’s Largest Pharmaceutical Market $448 billion in 2013 Construction & infrastructure spending—46% of MENA total Construction & infrastructure sectors grew 177 % from 2011 – 2012; 2013 Government infrastructure spending to exceed $72 billion 100 $ Billion in electrical projects by 2020 $8 billion on power, water, & alternative energy projects in 2013 leads GCC 4.4% GDP growth 9.5 % annual construction growth 2012 – 2016 World’s 11 largest petrochemical producer From 2008 – 2012, 3rd best performing global economy, trailing only China & India $20 billion in new rail projects from 2012 – 2015 34th in Deloitte’s 2013 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Report $2.5 billion in Solar & Wind in the next 20 years 264,000 new housing units needed annually by 2020 to meet demand
  5. 5. No. 4 WHY DO BUSINESS IN SAUDI ARABIA? Saudi Arabia is at the “epicenter” of a key emerging region Egypt Libya Iraq Iran Oman UAE Jordan SyriaLebanon Algeria Chad Tunisia Sudan Niger Pakistan Kuwait Morocco Bahrain/ Qatar Saudi Arabia Yemen Location, Location, Location
  6. 6. No. 5 AUTOMOTIVE IN MEA Passenger Light Truck Heavy Truck Aftermarket Jordan Qatar Malta Morocco Oman Turkey Bahrain UAE Kuwait Saudi Arabia South Africa Algeria Ethiopia Ghana Kenya Tanzania Uganda Egypt Tunisia Ivory Coast Lebanon Nigeria Yemen Libya Pakistan Iraq Iran Sudan Syria
  7. 7. No. 6 AUTO IN NUMBERS GCC: • Auto sales >1.5M • >10% annual growth rate Turkey: • 1.2M auto build • 75% for export • Leading Bus/Coach/Light truck producer in Europe South Africa: • 0.7M auto build • 50% for export North Africa: • Morocco – 0.4M auto build by 2014 • Algeria – 0.1M auto build by 2014 Automotive sales >4MM and production at ~2.3MM by 2014
  8. 8. No. 7 PolymersFertilizersMetalsPerformance Chemicals Innovative Plastics Polyolefins PVC and polyester rubber chemicals Specialty polymers and polymer additives Long steel and flat steel Aluminum joint ventures Ammonia Urea compounds Phosphate Liquid fertilizers Specialty automotive Catalysts Rubber chemicals Specialty polymers Polymer additives Engineered thermoplastics: PC, ABS, PBT, PPO, PEI Specialty compounds Sheet & film Polymershapes Olefins, oxygenates and aromatics Chemical intermediates & industrial gases Chemicals THE SABIC PORTFOLIO
  9. 9. No. 8 Has changed the thermoplastics industry and the world We have been manufacturing plastics since 1935 Our company created: • Polycarbonate (Lexan* resin) in 1953 • PPO (Noryl* resin) in 1961 • Polyetherimide (Ultem* resin) in 1985 • Amorphous thermoplastic polyimide (Extem* resin) in 2006 Since 1950, we have more than 8,000 patents issued and in force a a OUR HERITAGE OF INNOVATION
  10. 10. No. 9 PRODUCTION HAS MULTIPLIED BY 5 IN 20 YEARS A high rate of growth… Production(milliontons) …reaching 72M metric tons in 2012 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2011 2012 22 13 28 47 69 72 6 67 Metals 5.615 Fertilizers 6.546 Chemicals 46.121 Polymers 11.933 Performance Chemicals 0.558 Innovative Plastics 1.214
  11. 11. No. 10 SABIC MATERIALS IN KSA FOR AUTO INDUSTRY Performance Chemicals Planned • EPDM 2015 • POE 2015 • BR 2015 • CB 2015 • IIR 2015 • POM 2016 • PMMA 2016 • CF 2016 • PU 2019 Innovative Plastics Current Offering • Polycarbonate • PP compounds • ETP compounds Planned • ABS 2015 Polymers Metals Current Offering • Flat Steel Current Offering • PP • PE • PVC Chemicals Current Offering • MTBE • EG • Methanol Fertilizers Current Offering • TGU
  12. 12. No. 11 5 MAIN SEGMENTS…SABIC PORTFOLIO HAS A STRONG FIT Some Fit Good Fit Key Segments Relevant Systems • Body panels & closures • Windows & glazing • Bumper fascia & components • Paints & coatings • Weatherstrip and seals • Suspension system/Tires • Exhaust System • Steering & Brake Systems • Front end module • Crash & energy management system • Fuel & emissions Systems • Air induction & turbo • Engine cooling & HVAC • Engine and transmisson • Driveline • Lighting systems • Energy storage systems • Power distribution & wiring • Infotainment & active safety systems • EV & HEV systems • Climate control system • Interior cockpit system • Steering wheel & safety trim • Seating systems • Trim & Aesthetics • Door systems & modules Exteriors Chassis Electronics & Electrical Interiors Powertrain Polymers Innovative Performance Metals Fertilizers Chemicals
  13. 13. No. 12 SABIC MATERIAL SOLUTIONS Brands marked with TM are trademarks of SABIC
  14. 14. No. 13 SABIC APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER, RIYADH • Located at Riyadh Technology Valley, KSU • Total built-up area 42,000 sqm • Customer application development • Material and processing optimization • New process development • Supporting SABIC’s KSA product portfolio • Center of excellence for:  Automotive  Packaging  Building and Construction • Grand Opening Q3 2013 Research and development for applied technologies
  15. 15. No. 14 WRAP • MEA is a rapidly developing region • Growing population want more luxury items … prefer locally produced • Automotive industry is growing … becoming significant in several areas (Morocco, Turkey, South Africa) • SABIC is committed to providing locally available raw materials  Plastics  Metals  Chemicals • SABIC strives to be a solutions provider not just a materials provider • SPADC is designed to help local manufacturers win
  16. 16. THANK YOU

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