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Sourcing in China

Results and Outcomes of

Results and Outcomes of the Survey – Company Information IPO: Task List IPOs in China perform several tasks and are responsible for most operational issues at location. Taking care of everything related to suppliers is key (Figure 50). IPOs concentrate on various tasks such as supplier development / search / negotiation / management but also quality and cost control. In general it can be said that tasks to be carried out by local IPOs are very much focused on managing the operations in China in all aspects. 42% 44% 14% Part of an existing subsidiary Representative office WFOE (wholly foreign-owned enterprise) 49 | Legal form of IPO Supplier search Supplier development Supplier management onsite at supplier´s site Supplier selection / negotiation Quality assurance / trouble shooting Benchmarking Cost analysis / cost engineering Purchasing orders Logistics (transport of goods, customs, etc) Technology / product scouting 6% 6% 8% 9% 9% 11% 13% 13% 13% 13% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 50 | Tasks carried out by the IPO 36

Conclusion This study outlines clearly the dilemma for companies who are already sourcing in China or plan to move toward it. While the size of the Chinese market and the development of it still is very interesting (for both sourcing and selling) sourcing risks and alternatives are growing not only in Asia. This means there is no single answer how to handle and manage a company’s value sourcing activities for direct and indirect materials. Companies need to evaluate and align their sourcing decisions taken into consideration their global strategy, sourcing market developments and risks as well as “real” total costs of ownership. It is far away from stating that China is no longer an interesting and competitive sourcing market but no longer the only serious option. This circumstance has to be imbedded into companies’ evaluation processes. Looking into the future the importance of the Chinese B2B and B2C market will continuously grow and therefore the flow of goods and materials to and from China will increase. This will have significant impact on the costs of logistics and sustainable aspects (GRI 4) which are becoming more important in the western world increasing the complexity of decision making. In this light sourcing has become (if it is not already) a key element of the value chain of companies. The alignment of sales and sourcing strategy leading to a global or at least regional approach and the trends known as Industry 4.0 require a holistic view on sourcing. Therefore 4 steps are key to land on the company’s sourcing strategy 1. Align your sourcing strategy with the all over company strategy 2. Assure the positive impact of it on the end to end value chain of the company (costs, quality, risks) 3. Base your decision on a “real” total cost of ownership evaluation 4. Keep flexibility and ensure responsiveness to market changes 37

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