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Global Benchmark Study

Intense pressure to reduce costs, innovate products and expand into new markets has manufacturers worldwide shifting production and spreading out supply chain and other operations well beyond their home geographies. After an in-depth benchmarking exercise, Deloitte has created an insightful series of reports that look at the increasingly complex and fragmented supply chain environment, implications for manufacturers, resulting challenges and best practices. 

To date, more than 800 companies from Asia Pacific (representing 10 percent of the study), Central and Eastern Europe (10 percent), North America (34 percent) and Western Europe (44 percent) participated in the benchmark study. Industries represented include aerospace and defense; automotive; industrial and consumer products; life sciences; process, paper and chemicals; high technology and telecommunications equipment. Learn more about Deloitte's Global Benchmark Study from the research below:

 
       
Deloitte Image    Unlocking the Value of Globalization: Profiting from Continuous Optimization
The fourth and most recent report from the Global Benchmark Study reveals that more than 80 percent of the world's most global companies are not capturing full value of global investments. The report highlights the need for continuous optimization of the global supply chain network to capture the full return from globalization.
 
Deloitte Image    Mastering Complexity in Global Manufacturing: Driving Profits and Growth through Value Chain Synchronization
The second report of the Global Benchmark Study explores how "complexity masters" effectively manage their supply chains.
 
       
Deloitte Image     Mastering Innovation: Exploiting Ideas for Profitable Growth
The third report of the Global Benchmark Study explores the innovation paradox uncovered in "The Challenge of Complexity" and how "complexity masters" manage, exploit and support innovation in their supply chains.
 
Deloitte Image    The Challenge of Complexity in Global Manufacturing: Trends in Supply Chain Management
The first report of the Global Benchmark Study uncovers five emerging paradoxes that result from supply chain complexity.
 
       
Learn more about Deloitte's  Global Manufacturing Industry practice.  

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