Annual Automotive Industry™ Study. (Annual North American Automotive OEM–Tier 1 Supplier Working Relations Index® Study) The Annual North American Automotive OEM – Tier 1 Supplier Working Relations Index® Study is a comprehensive Internet-based annual survey that examines the working relations between Tier 1 suppliers and their North American-based OEM customers from the suppliers’ perspective.
Supplier salespeople are invited to share their firm’s day-to-day working experiences with the OEM(s) for whom they have commercial responsibility by means of a confidential Study. Using Planning Perspectives’ (PPI) proprietary Working Relations Index® (WRI®) the qualitative working relations of each OEM are quantitatively determined and ranked on a 500-point scale. The Study focuses on the Detroit Three and the Japanese Three. Read the press releases about the results of the Annual Automotive Industry™ studies here.
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Read more ... Monday, March 27, 2017 Capacity Utilization Sees Fastest Growth since April 2015 The rate of change in capacity utilization is moving in direction consistent with our metalworking backlog index, which is point toward significant growth in capacity utilization. Durable Goods Production Growth Accelerating In February, production grew at its fastest rate since January 2015. Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Housing Permits Flat in February This was the lowest level since January 2016. Real 10-Yr Treasury Rate Lowest Since October But, the change from one year ago continued to climb. . « Prev | | Next » Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization. Release Date: July 15, 2016 Industrial production increased 0.6 percent in June after declining 0.3 percent in May.
For the second quarter as a whole, industrial production fell at an annual rate of 1.0 percent, its third consecutive quarterly decline. Manufacturing output moved up 0.4 percent in June, a gain largely due to an increase in motor vehicle assemblies. The output of manufactured goods other than motor vehicles and parts was unchanged.
The index for utilities rose 2.4 percent as a result of warmer weather than is typical for June boosting demand for air conditioning. Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization: Summary Seasonally adjusted r Revised. p Preliminary. Market Groups The output of consumer goods rose 1.1 percent in June. Industry Groups Manufacturing output rose 0.4 percent in June; for the second quarter, however, factory output decreased at an annual rate of 1.0 percent. The index for mining edged up 0.2 percent in June. Note. G.17 Release Tables: ISM - ISM Reports on Business. Not a member?
Create Account keep me logged in forgot your password? (cancel) login Institute for Supply Management Home ISM Report On Business® ISM Report On Business® staff: Kristina CahillReport On Business® Analyst Senior Associate, ROB Media Relations 480/752-6276, extension email@example.com Paul Lee Director, Research 800/888-6276 or 480/752-6276 extension firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to find out more information about being a survey participant. Back to Top ISM MASTERY MODEL™Don't just succeed in supply management, Master it. 2015 A.T. Kearney U.S. Reshoring Index. In 2014 A.T.
Kearney published its first U.S. Reshoring Index. The results highlighted that even though manufacturing in the United States was clearly on the upswing, the impact of reshoring was significantly less than what press reports and pundits would have had us believe. In fact, the 2014 U.S. Reshoring Index showed that—notwithstanding the hype—the rate of reshoring actually lagged that of offshoring between 2009 and 2013, as the growth of overall domestic U.S. manufacturing activity failed to keep pace with the import of offshore manufactured goods over the five-year period. In 2015, the A.T. Based on our data, we conclude that the reshoring phenomenon, once viewed by many as the leading edge of a decisive shift in global manufacturing, may actually have been just a one-off aberration. Global manufacturing competitiveness index.