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Business Analysis: SSOE Méxic, SWOT

Group 6
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Erick Kuri

on 14 January 2014

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Transcript of Business Analysis: SSOE Méxic, SWOT

S. W.
O. T.

Weakness
Threats
Strength
STRONG
PORTFOLIO
MEXICAN REPRESENTATIVE WITH LOCAL CULTURE KNOWLEDGE
PAST PROJECTS IN MEXICO
HIGH / NEW TECHNOLOGY USAGE
GOOD
REPUTATION
&
CORPORATE
RESPONSIBILITY
BUSINESS IMPLEMENTED IN OTHER COUNTRIES
"150 of our clients have been with
SSOE for more than 20 years"
"20 offices around the world"
MEXICAN ALLIANCES
LANGUAGE
BARRIERS
NEW SUPPLIER
HELLO = HOLA
EDUCATION IN MEXICO
LOW
LABOR
COSTS
OTHER SECTORS
IMPROVE
SERVICE
Aerospace
Opportunities
HIGH PAST MEXICAN INVESTMENTS
STRONG COMPETITION
CLIENTS APPRECIATION
PRICE WAR
tOO
BIG
?
Oil refinery
Cement plants
Autoparts
CHOOSE THE
LOCATION
Business Analysis: SSOE México
Conclusion, questions
and final comments...
Mexico’s Automotive Industry
Mexico's automotive industry is mature, dynamic and in continuous growth. In 2011, Mexico’s automotive industry showed clear signs of recovery; light vehicle production reached a new historical record with 2.55 million vehicles.
At a global level, Mexico ranked as eighth producer of light vehicles. In two years, Mexico climbed two positions, surpassing French and Spanish production. The Mexican automotive industry is expected to continue increasing in the future. The forecasts indicate production will reach 3.7 million units by 2015.
Currently, more than 48 car and light truck models are produced in Mexico.
INTRODUCTION
The following presentation includes a general analysis description of a SWOT (Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) for the SSOE Mexican operation.
Food & Beverage
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
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