TMASC Update

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Presentation to the Texas Economic Development Council\'s Annual Conference (Oct. 1, 2009 in San Antonio, TX). An update on the Texas-Mexico Automotive Supercluster.

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TMASC Update

  1. 1. Strategic Regional Economic Development: The Texas-Mexico Automotive SuperCluster (TMASC) David Marquez Executive Director Bexar County Economic Development October 1st, 2009 Texas Economic Development Council Annual Conference San Antonio, TX Developed by Bexar County in Collaboration with TMASC Strategic Partners
  2. 2. Economic Stability | Market Trends | TMASC Evolution 2
  3. 3. Strength Amid the Recession Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics New York Times at www.nytimes.com
  4. 4. Texas Economy Outperforms Nation’s - Jobs Added/Lost Jobs Added/Lost State 12/07 - 12/08 Texas +153,700 California -257,400 Florida -255,200 North Carolina -120,000 Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  5. 5. Texas Economy Outperforms Nation’s - Economic Growth Year Texas U.S. 2005 3.2 3.1 2006 4.1 2.8 2007 4.5 2.1 2008 4.2 1.9 2009 1.8 -0.9 2010 1.9 1.0 2011 3.8 2.9 Source: Texas Comptroller
  6. 6. CNBC’s Top States for Business 2009 State Economy Tech & Transportation Workforce (Overall) (Rank) Innovation 1. Virginia 7 10 12 8 2. Texas 1 1 3 14 3. Colorado 5 36 11 12 4. Iowa 4 31 24 21 5. Utah 14 34 26 9 Source: CNBC
  7. 7. Continued Corporate Investment in the Region 2009 • Caterpillar Inc. in Seguin; $170 million • Medtronic in San Antonio; $23 million • Tianjin Pipe Company in Corpus Christi; $1 billion; 300-600 new jobs • Union Pacific San Antonio Intermodal Facility; $120 million • Albany Composites in Boerne; $42 million • General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems; $1.9 million • L-3 Communications in Waco; $10 million • Baker Petrolite in Kilgore; $20 million
  8. 8. Global Lone Star Rising Recognition
  9. 9. Changing Geography of Assembly * Radius centered on 430 mile main transportation corridor from Laredo to Arlington. SOURCE: ELM Guide, TIP Strategies, Inc., research 9
  10. 10. Global Manufacturers • Almost 900,000 units per year • More than 18,000 workers by 2010 NOTE: Shaded region represents the NAFTA Highway. SOURCE: ELM Guide, TIP Strategies, Inc. research 10
  11. 11. Core, Ancillary, and Support Operations for Automotive Manufacturing Source: State of Texas, Office of the Governor 2005
  12. 12. Assembly Plants • General Motors • Chrysler • Navistar - International • BAE Systems • PACCAR - Peterbilt • Caterpillar • Marcopolo • Toyota • Daimler - Freightliner 12
  13. 13. Results: Toyota Moves Future Tacoma Production to San Antonio Preserve and stabilize existing regional suppliers New direct investment - $100 million New direct jobs created - 1,100 Job multiplier - 1:5
  14. 14. Buzz: Chrysler to Make Fiat in Mexico (WSJ Aug 2009) Chrysler considering expansion of current Toluca, Mexico plant Small car, fuel-efficient engine, new technologies Target market: new-car shopper, 20-35 age bracket Location based on Western Hemisphere market access
  15. 15. Economic Stability | Market Trends | TMASC Evolution 15
  16. 16. North American Output Source: CSM Worldwide, 2009
  17. 17. OEM Capacity Utilization Source: CSM Worldwide, 2009
  18. 18. Top Trade-Ins Top New Purchases 1. Ford Explorer 1. Ford Focus 2. Ford F150 2. Honda Civic 3. Jeep Grand Cherokee 3. Ford Escape 4. Chevy Blazer 4. Ford F-150 5. Jeep Cherokee 5. Toyota Camry 6. Chevy C/K 1500 Series 6. Toyota Corolla 7. Ford Windstar 7. Honda CR-V 8. Dodge Ram 1500 8. Chevy Silverado 9. Mercury Grand Marquis 9. Honda Accord 10. Dodge Grand Caravan 10. Hyundai Elantra Cash-for-Clunkers Program Source: Edmunds.com, September 18, 2009
  19. 19. Growth in Driving Age Population (16-85) Source: IHS Global Insight, 2009
  20. 20. The Rise of the Hybrid, Electric Car, and Micro Car • Prius and Civic Hybrid among best-selling hybrids • Escape & Highlander lead hybrid SUV sales • GM began producing hybrid Tahoe, Yukon, Escalade in Arlington, Texas • Micro models (Nissan Versa, Honda Fit) popular Cash for Clunkers purchases SOURCES: Edmunds.com 20
  21. 21. Standard Technological Features
  22. 22. Options for Customization
  23. 23. Emerging Manufacturers Tesla V-Vehicle Magna Fisker Wheego
  24. 24. $528 Million U.S. Loan Gives Fisker Plug-In a Jolt Source: Automotive News, September 28, 2009
  25. 25. Oklahoma Company to Assemble Wheego Whip Source: Associated Press, September 14, 2009
  26. 26. Asian Interests Chongqing Changan BYD Auto China FAW Group
  27. 27. Regional Snapshot | Market Trends | TMASC Evolution 27
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  32. 32. TMASC Evolution A Visual Outline of Progress and Goals !"#$%&'(!))*+,- .!/01 23),*+*# '()*+*),-.$ ✓ /(0.123(4).1 89'/2 89'/2 /)15).67 :.-.3*0+.;) '44*<,5),*; !"%4)*+,-(5 6)7%8+*9),* !""#$%$!""& !""#$%$!""& !""'$(
  33. 33. State of Texas Survey Strategic Marketing of TMASC Japan China ? Korea India Germany Finland ? U.S.
  34. 34. David Marquez Executive Director Economic Development Bexar County dmarquez@bexar.org T: (210) 335-0667 www.linkedin.com/in/marquezdavid TxMxAutomotive.com www.bexar.org/ed twitter.com/TMASC Special thanks to T.I.P. Strategies and the City of San Antonio linkedin.com (search for the TMASC group) 34

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