A new Automotive World report, “Global Vehicle Assembly Plant Database – 2018 Edition‘’ is available to download from the research section of AutomotiveWorld.com.
The Global Vehicle Assembly Plant Database – 2018 Edition – contains production data for nearly 60 vehicle groups, 140 brands and over 1,100 models. It includes light (<3.5t GVW) and heavy (>3.5t GVW) vehicles.
Numerous new entries have been added to the database for the 2018 edition, reflecting either new plants or new brands entering production at existing plants.
The data file contains all OEM groups with global light vehicle production in excess of 500,000upa and many low-volume producers.
It also includes the major heavy truck producers.
Production data is provided by plant for 2016 and 2017. Notes are also provided of key plants due to open in 2018 or later. The data can be filtered by region, country, location, OEM group and brand.
The database includes assembly plants which assemble kits produced by mother plants. For the most part, such assembly operations are noted, but there may be exceptions, and there are several examples of plants which both assemble kits and undertake full production of some models. In order to arrive at the net production by an OEM, the assembly operations need to be excluded.
The plant locations refer to the commonly-used descriptions, but may be described differently in other sources.
The following groups are covered in the report:
- AM General
- Anadolu Isuzu
- Ashok Leyland
- Beijing Auto / BAIC
- Brilliance China
- Chang’an Automobile
- CNH Industrial
- CNHTC / Sinotruk
- Ford Otosan
- General Motors
- Great Wall
- Hyundai Motor
- Iran Khodro
- Mahindra & Mahindra
- Mitsubishi Motors
- Qingling Auto
- Subaru (formerly Fuji HI)
- Tata Motors
- Volvo Trucks
- Volvo-Eicher CV
Automotive World subscribers can access the report by following this link: http://www.automotiveworld.com/research/global-vehicle-assembly-plant-database-2018-edition/
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