A core assumption in the traditional automotive value chain is the behavior of the end user – those individuals at the very end of the value chain who, quite naturally, rely on an automobile for their transport needs. However, a range of megatrends – including urbanization, the sharing economy, and app-based lifestyles – along with external shocks such as the coronavirus have upended this long-standing model.
Published in October 2020 by Neckermann Strategic Advisors in collaboration with Deutsche Post DHL, ‘The New Value Chain in Auto-Mobility’ explores the shifting balance of power in the auto-mobility value chain and considers the crucial role of logistics in the development and transformation of the industry.
Questions Answered In This Report
- What are the most significant changes occurring in the auto-mobility industry?
- Which new players are arriving, and who will be the winners and losers?
- How can logistics transform to enable auto-mobility industry success?