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Methodology and Sample

Methodology and Sample Phase 3: Survey Analysis and Report The last phase of the study concluded with the analysis of the results and a final report of the study. In the remainder of the report, we describe the major trends and strategies identified in the analysis. Content and Focus of the Study To present a holistic overview of business activities taking place in China the study is broadly structured into four major categories that cover different angles as seen in Figure 7. Suppliers & Quality Costs Strategy Company Information •• Materials being sourced •• Global countries •• Strategic sourcing suppliers •• KPIs to measure supplier performance •• Quality problems •• Cost reduction potential •• Important cost drivers •• Changing market conditions •• Important risks in sourcing •• Percentage of savings since concentrating on China •• Relocation strategy •• Alternative markets •• Percentage of sourced goods •• Headquarters •• Number of employees •• Global procurement value •• Organizational setup •• IPO – International Procurement Office Status quo Evaluation Business Case Long-term Orientation Background Information 7 | Focus Areas of the Study 16

Results and Outcomes of the Survey Suppliers and Quality Global outsourcing and co-development are on the rise as companies increase their focus on their core competencies. Supplier performance is about more than just a low purchase price. Instead it is equally important to select multiple suppliers for the same raw material taking into account concerns such as running out of stock or a desire to play suppliers off against each other for price reductions. But this has given way, in some industries, to working more closely with a smaller number of suppliers in longer-term, partnership-oriented arrangements. This section is shedding light on recent developments in regard to supplier arrangements and evaluates sourcing mixes and China‘s existing potential. Sourcing Material Companies show a clear preference to source components and / or parts from China instead of finished goods that would need no further handling. From Figure 8 it is clear that the majority of companies are sourcing parts, components and semi-finished goods from China. This implies that China is regarded mostly as a source of parts to be assembled into end-products in own production facilities in China or out of China. Type of Industry Products Companies being contacted for this survey concentrate on sourcing goods from China that are connected to the high-tech industry. Consequentially, electronic, electrical and mechanical products account for the majority of industry products being sourced according to survey participants (Figure 9). In comparison to that indirect materials are being sourced very little from China. Due to their high-tech requirements expert knowledge and specific skill levels are needed to produce such products, as well as large batches being required to achieve efficient cost per product making major electronics and mechanical plants in China most efficient. Components Parts Semi-finished goods 10% 8% 21% Mechanical Manufacturing Finished Goods Raw Material Services Other Energy Sources (coal, oil, gas, etc.) 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 11% 14% 18% 18% Packaging Electro-Mechanical Electronics Electrical Others (Eg. Indirect Materials) 8 | Sourcing Material 9 | Industry Products Categorization 17

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