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Suffice to say that the development of the local automotive industry over the past few years has strategically positioned South Africa as a player and contributor to the global automotive sector. (...) Within this context, the programme envisages to support and strengthen the institutional framework for providing practical services to SME’s in the automotive manufacturing industry, achieving three inter-related objectives that are outlined below: • Enhancing the performance of South African SME’s in the automotive component industry to ensure their international competitiveness through the implementation of direct shop floor interventions. • Facilitating access of South African SME’s in the automotive component sector to international markets through a supportive service ensuring their integration into global supply chains. • Widening the outreach of the services, developed, and ensuring sustainability of the Programme through the strengthening of the institutional setup (AIDC) and building up a pool of well-trained national engineers and market experts in the automotive component industry. (...) Integration of UNIDO expertise on environmentally sound production (NCPC in RSA) as input to training material development Expert (UNIDO) Nick Wood (AIDC Rose Atkinson (AIDC) Dube Mzimba (AIDC) April – October 2003 II Development of training material for market access coaching interventions 1. Development of automotive specific Q&A Book for exporters (to include linkages/cross reference to shop floor competitiveness & environmental issues) b.
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Score: 1774689.5 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...ramme_-_Programme_Report_0.pdf
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The Tirisano Programme - Pilot Project In 2003/04, UNIDO launched a technical assistance project to support the South African Automotive Industry Development Centre – AIDC in developing fundamental shop floor improvement programmes for automotive component suppliers in the country. (...) UNIDO assisted AIDC in creating the so-called “ Tirisano Shop Floor Improvement Programme ”, a continuous improvement programme aimed at raising operating efficiency at plant level. It involves skills transfer and training on the shop floor with a focus on lean manufacturing and ways to eliminate wastes.
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Score: 1766168.6 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...elopment/projects/south-africa
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Entitled “Facilitating International Market Access for Manufacturing Suppliers in the Automotive Component Industry in Samara region of Russia”, the project was aimed at assisting the automotive component suppliers in the region to meet the requirements of vehicle and Tier 1 automotive component manufacturers and to overcome the constraints arising from their small size and the resulting inability to realize economies of scale. At the same time, target beneficiaries were to benefit from activities to accelerate a process of integrating them into local markets and the Central and Eastern European region, as well as into global automotive supply chains. It aimed to achieve three inter-related objectives: Enhancing the performance of participating suppliers in the automotive component industry through direct shop floor interventions. (...) Developing a regional outsourcing base for automotive components through the building of linkages and synergies between clusters in the Central and Eastern European region.
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Score: 1618260.7 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...nt/projects/russian-federation
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Context The automotive supplier industry is of great importance to the Serbian economy. (...) Strategy In 2007, UNIDO launched a two-year business partner- ship and cluster development programme to strengthen the automotive cluster in Serbia, which drew on the Slovenian automobile cluster set-up. (...) Over a period of 12 months, UNIDO carried out shop- floor training while also providing training to Serbian counselors and cluster development agents.
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Score: 1610576.8 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de..._automotiveindustry_2011_0.pdf
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Supporting small and medi... Automotive supplier development Sidebar - Our focus Creating shared prosperity Advancing economic competitiveness Upgrading businesses and industrial infrastructure Investing in technology and innovation Supporting small and medium industry clusters Automotive supplier development Technical consultation Projects Case studies Clusters and networks development Cultural and Creative Industries Origin consortia Links Setting up and supporting export consortia Meeting the standards Quality and compliance infrastructure Competitive trade capacities and corporate responsibility Entrepreneurship development Branding for Competitiveness and Sustainable Growth Industrial Design for Sustainable Development Safeguarding the environment Strengthening Knowledge and Institutions Cross-cutting services Building a better future Sustainable Automotive Supplier Development The automotive industry is an industry of strategic importance to numerous countries, with many developing and emerging country players competing for growth markets and the generation of new business and employment opportunities. (...) The current UNIDO technical assistance portfolio includes the following services: Developing automotive supplier networks and clusters Strengthening the interface between business, academia and industry support institutions Benchmarking suppliers against the performance of national and/or international control groups Training on productivity, quality enhancement and lean manufacturing techniques Productivity and quality upgrading of Tier-1 and lower tier automotive component suppliers (at shop floor and management levels) Training in resource efficiency and cleaner production techniques Facilitating supply chain linkages and supporting OEM supplier development iniatives Towards the Future To enhance the provision of technical cooperation services, to keep up with the constant evolution of the automotive industry and the requirements along global supply chains, and to explore new areas of support, UNIDO organized a Technical Consultation with external experts on 12-14 October 2011 to review its ongoing, past and future automotive industry-related activities, to undertake a gap analysis and to chart the way forward for a more comprehensive and at the same time strategic approach to supporting the automotive industry in its client countries. A UNIDO Strategy Paper on Technical Assistance for the Automotive Industry will be prepared during the second half of 2012.
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Score: 1596330.1 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...utomotive-supplier-development
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This project sought to work directly with local component manufacturers to see what problems they were facing on the ground and help them upgrade their performance through direct counseling and shop-floor training. Besides upgrading companies, the second main element focused on the transfer of know-how and expertise to a group of Serbian counselors and cluster development agents, who are able to provide technical assistance to automotive component manufacturers over time. (...) Based on good practices from the Auto-Cluster Slovenia (ACS), the Automotive Cluster of Serbia was assisted in clearly formulating its vision, strategy and business plan, which lead to increased satisfaction levels among members and built a strong basis for future collaboration. (...) This phase aims at broadening and deepening the scope and outreach of the original project services, thereby further strengthening Serbian small and medium-sized automotive component suppliers to meet the requirements of global clients.
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Score: 1550987.6 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...er-development/projects/serbia
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Mahipal Gupta, Chief Managing Director at Autolite (India) Ltd , applies this saying to his experience with Uday Pride , an automotive component supplier development programme funded by India's Ministry of Heavy Industries  and run by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), in collaboration with the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA). (...) But the country is also emerging as a global hub for sourcing automotive components for key automotive markets like south-east Asia, Japan, Korea and Europe. (...) It targets 275 companies through shop-floor intervention counselling training, along with lighter e-learning online courses across the country.
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Score: 1530470.3 - https://www.unido.org/stories/...as-automotive-component-sector
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 5TH MEETING : WEDNESDAY, 1 DECEMBER 1999, AT 9:30 A.M.
In 1998, the net sales of the automotive operations had reached 42.5 billion euros and global group turnover 42.8 billion euros. (...) Exports were mainly to the United States of America and Europe, which accounted for over 50 per cent of India’s exports of automotive components. The Indian component industry had always operated in a protected environment which had led to some stagnation in the automotive industry. (...) OGALE (Assistant Director, Automotive Research Association of India) said that ARAI was a cooperative industrial research body founded in 1996 by automotive and component manufacturers and the Ministry of Industry.
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Score: 1494654.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=GC.8/SR.5&Lang=E
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GOVERNMENT PROPOSAL
When a tank is replaced at a repair shop, this shop usually does not have the equipment needed to empty the tank (completely). (...) Additionally, ISO standards have been developed for CNG powered vehicles and CNG tanks: ISO 11439 lays down requirements for high pressure gas cylinders used for the on-board storage of natural gas as fuel for automotive vehicles. ISO 15500 focuses on compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel systems for road vehicles. 10. (...) NOTE 1: Criteria may be found in standard ISO 11623:2002 Transportable gas cylinders – Periodic inspection and testing of composite gas cylinders (or ISO CD 19078 Gas cylinders – Inspection of the cylinder installation, and requalification of high pressure cylinders for the on-board storage of natural gas as a fuel for automotive vehicles). NOTE 2: If the fuel gas containment systems are not leakproof or overfilled or if they exhibit damage that could affect their safety, they shall only be carried in salvage pressure receptacles in conformity with these Regulations.
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Score: 1424267 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2015/5&Lang=E
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BUSINESS PLAN IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC : REPORT BY THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL
Since the issuance of document IDB.20/14, submitted 3. The automotive component industry in India is in response to General Conference resolution GC.7/Res.8, characterized by a large number of small entrepreneurial the most significant development in UNIDO activities for enterprises with low-volume production of varying quality. (...) and medium enterprises in the automotive component sector through technical cooperation. (...) This draft approach will be critically examined and consists of the Fiat Group, the European Institute of adjusted to rationalize and create synergy among the various Business Administration (INSEAD), the Prince of Wales components proposed for inclusion in the integrated Business Leaders Forum, the Automotive Component programme. Manufacturers Association of India, the Automotive Research Association of India and UNIDO. 5.
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Score: 1410196.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...nsf/get?open&DS=GC.8/14&Lang=E
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