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This report aims to analyze and compare the systems of power and control in the Japanese and Western automobile manufacturing industries. The paper contends that the world has become an extremely competitive global economic battle ground. It also discusses how automobile manufacturers from both the East and the West continue to search for opportunities that will allow them to strategically reduce overhead but not affect market share or profitability.
From the Paper:"The Japanese automobile manufactures have reduced their dependence on suppliers in the high rent district. Japanese auto makers have pressured suppliers to improve quality and to provide just-in-time delivery options or those vendors are eliminated as preferred suppliers. Japanese manufactures have raised the level of vendor and supplier communication both digitally and verbally. Computing technology for Honda and Toyota has been directly connected to the majority of their suppliers in all parts of the world and that has increased overall efficiency, productivity and quality. The objective is to find and only work with more economical, stronger and cheaper materials suppliers' at the most cost effective price and time. "
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The Car Industry (2005, September 21) Retrieved December 02, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/essay/the-car-industry-61154/
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