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TCI 2015 Global Strategy of Hyundai-Kia & Mutual Growth

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By Bo Sung Lee, presented at the 18th TCI Global Conference, Daegu, 2015.

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TCI 2015 Global Strategy of Hyundai-Kia & Mutual Growth

  1. 1. Global Strategy of Hyundai-Kia & Mutual Growth Bo Sung Lee Plenary Session 3: Global Cooperation and Cluster Internationalization
  2. 2.  Location requirements  Able to customize manufacturing systems  Government support  Globalization of suppliers  Establishing wholly new plant  Acquiring plants owned by local firms Green Field Brown Field ConsPros  Economy of scale – Able to start production immediately – Less cost of training  Take long period of time – Construction – Training  Limited options  Cost of acquisition  Unable to customize manufacturing systems HKMC Renault-Nissan  Consideration of government support and infrastructure – (Russia) tariff, road, electricity support – (USA) road, railroad support  Growth through M&A – Nissan(’99), Samsung(’00), Avtovaz(’12) Ford  Resold after M&A – Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo Concept Examples Characteristics
  3. 3. 20 ~ 30yrs 30 ~ 40yrs More than 4010 ~ 20yrsLess than 10 1% 21% 37% 31% 10% 28yrs> 11.1yrs HKMC average (2014) Manufacturing industry average (2013) Relationship of more than 11.1years : 98% = 98% • More than 20 years : 78% • More than 40 years :10% Relationship of more than 11.1years
  4. 4. ’07 ’10 ’13’04‘01 3.2times Average sales per supplier 733억 2,337억 33.5%↑ (3.2 times larger than in 2001)  CAGR of 10.2% 34.4%↑ 32.8%↑ 33.8%↑
  5. 5. Large-sized Firms (Mid-sized firms) SMEs 23% 39% ‘01 ’13 46(16%) (37(13%)) 243 (84%) 137(50%) (111 (38%)) 137 (50%) 46 firms in 2001 → 137 firms in 2013 Large-sized firms times 37 firms in 2001 → 111 firms in 2013 3.0 SMEs 3.0 times

By Bo Sung Lee, presented at the 18th TCI Global Conference, Daegu, 2015.

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