In February, Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi had reached an agreement for a relaunch of the Alliance. Now, the three car manufacturers have decided to provide new details. What seems evident is that the new structure is very different from that of the past with the aim of maximizing the creation of value for individual members. The new structure of the Alliance will be very agile also to adapt to the rapid evolution of the automotive market.
The latest news it concerns an important change compared to the past. In fact, by the end of 2023, the organization of the Alliance will “pass from a global standard model to project-focused collaboration to enable more informed decision-making. agile and fast, suitable for the needs of individual regions.”
So, this means that the organization will be based on on the geographic strengths, technical resources and market expertise of each Alliance partner, thus supporting their respective strategic plans. This decision is was also taken following a new trend in the automotive industry.
In fact, “markets are becoming increasingly regional due to differences in regulations, pace of adoption of electric vehicles and connectivity needs.”
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The Alliance adds that theorganization of purchasing will evolve towards distinct functions, with a project approach:
The leading company of a given project will be able to independently establish the specifications and processes to meet the product requirements of the individual entities, in compliance with the regulations of the region concerned.
This new structure will allow, according to what has been said, to < strong>make smarter decisions quicklyand to improve operational efficiency in various sectors (markets, technologies, vehicles and more) to support the implementation of the Alliance's joint projects for Europe, Latin America and India.
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