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Research on Vertical Integration of Electronic Connectors: Take H Company as an Example
Electronic connectors,Vertical integration,Porter Five forces analysis,Transaction cost,SWOT analysis,
|Publication Year :||2019|
The global business model has changed into a trend of micro profit. At the same time, under the pressure of market demands and labor cost, there has been a phenomenon of offshore migration of industry. Enterprises are constantly thinking about how to enhance their competitiveness and sustainable operation could be obtained. In order to improve efficiency and reduce manufacturing costs, enterprises have invested in R&D and production technology research. In addition to internal improvement, it is also necessary to take the industrial environment into account. Effective supply chain resource integration can also bring a cost reduction of raw materials and increase profitability.
This study takes the professional stamping factory for automotive electronic connectors as an example. Understand the industry development of automotive connectors before consider the future strategic direction with value chain, vertical integration, and transaction cost theory, etc. By Porter five forces analysis, Analyze suppliers, customers, new competitors, alternative products, and existing competitors are looking for executable strategies; evaluate the scale and economic benefits of vertical integration strategies, and thinking about whether risk-taking can be overcome.
Based on the analysis of H Company's five force analysis, under the condition of high negotiation ability of suppliers, lowers the purchasing cost and develops a strategy by vertical integration. The main raw materials of the stamping plant are copper material and surface treatment of copper material and the copper material is international copper price plus cutting processing fee. The price cannot be changed. The original surface treatment is an outsourcing processing manufacturer. After vertical integration merger or in-plant processing surface treatment, whether the cost structure can be lower than the original outsourcing processing manufacturer to improve profitability and competitiveness, and reduce the transaction costs.
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