Although initially sparked by the collapse of MG Rover, this inquiry into the UK automotive industry was broadened to examine the following subjects: the principal reasons for the different records of success by different companies;how companies arrive at investment and closure decisions; the role played by trade unions; the appropriate Government response to closure announcements and what the Government could do to help the supply chain and workforce if plants are closed. Overall it foresees mixed prospects for car manufacturing in this country and thinks it is important that the industry and Government put extra effort into improving skills, increasing RaD, adopting lean manufacturing techniques and strengthening the local supply chain.11 July 2006 PSA Peugeot-CitroAcn 11 July 2006 PSA Peugeot-CitroAcn 11 July 2006 PSA Peugeot-CitroAcn ... Mr Lynch: The 415 euros more per car that it costs to make the 206 in the UK on two shifts production versus the average of producing the same car on ... The average cost of employing a manual employee in the UK is 3, 200 euros a month and that includes employment cost premiums, et cetera, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Success and Failure in the UK Car Manufacturing Industry|
|Author||:||Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Trade and Industry Committee|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2007|