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UK Trade & Investment Automotive Investment Organisation
UK Trade & Investment Automotive Investment Organisation
AIO and UKTI
AIO and UKTI
The UKTI Global Footprint
The UKTI Global Footprint
AIO Objectives and Targets
AIO Objectives and Targets
What the AIO Can Bring To Your Organisation
What the AIO Can Bring To Your Organisation
Over the past seven years the UK has emerged as one of the most
Over the past seven years the UK has emerged as one of the most
Domestic Car Market
Domestic Car Market
Vehicle Plant Locations & Output 2013
Vehicle Plant Locations & Output 2013
Engine Production Volumes
Engine Production Volumes
Projected Production Growth
Projected Production Growth
The ?3bn Supply Chain Opportunity
The ?3bn Supply Chain Opportunity
Over ?10bn invested since 2012
Over ?10bn invested since 2012
2 - Transformational Research & Development Global Centre of R&D
2 - Transformational Research & Development Global Centre of R&D
UK Capabilities
UK Capabilities
UK Capabilities (continued)
UK Capabilities (continued)
Motorsports The UK is the global centre of the Formula 1 industry
Motorsports The UK is the global centre of the Formula 1 industry
Motorsport Valley
Motorsport Valley
Motorsport Suppliers
Motorsport Suppliers
Examples of technology transfer from F1 to commercial road usage
Examples of technology transfer from F1 to commercial road usage
R&D Ecosystem
R&D Ecosystem
World Class Facilities
World Class Facilities
Centres of Excellence – High Value Manufacturing Catapults
Centres of Excellence – High Value Manufacturing Catapults
Low Carbon Technologies
Low Carbon Technologies
3 - Supportive Business Environment Funding & Support at National
3 - Supportive Business Environment Funding & Support at National
A Great Place to do Business
A Great Place to do Business
Competitive Incentives & Key Initiatives Advanced Propulsion Centre
Competitive Incentives & Key Initiatives Advanced Propulsion Centre

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1 UK Trade & Investment Automotive Investment Organisation

UK Trade & Investment Automotive Investment Organisation

The UK offers investors a great business case underpinned by growing global demand, a world leading research and development ecosystem and the most supportive business environment in Europe for automotive companies.

2 AIO and UKTI

AIO and UKTI

The AIO is a team based in UK Trade & Investment exclusively focused on supporting the UK’s automotive sector, both by supporting further investments, and also by helping companies to export. The AIO takes strategic direction from the Automotive Council. This means it can: Help investors by making use of all the advantages of being embedded into a highly effective and functioning civil service framework Use UKTI’s international network to support companies overseas …while remaining led by the industry, for the industry.

3 The UKTI Global Footprint

The UKTI Global Footprint

UKTI:160 locations in some 100 markets (98% of world GDP) Investment capability in 72 Posts, with 240 employees,

Working with UK team to connect:

Working with UK team to connect:

Working with UK team to connect:

Clients WHQs, UK branches, supply chains

With

Government UKTI, OGDs, partners universities, sector bodies, funding opportunities

4 AIO Objectives and Targets

AIO Objectives and Targets

Leverage inward investment to deliver long-term and sustainable growth in the UK Automotive Sector. By taking direction from the Automotive Council... Increasing the amount of inward investment into the automotive supply chain; Building and strengthening the Government’s relationships with global headquarters of vehicle makers; Increasing the amount of foreign investment in automotive sector R&D - particularly in strategic areas; Assisting UK based automotive supply chain companies with their exports to the new markets Promoting the image of the UK automotive sector among key decision makers in overseas markets, and promote the investment and trade opportunity

Our key target is 15,000 jobs created or secured by Foreign Direct Investment in the automotive supply chain over the next three years (this is double the number created or secured between 2010 and 2013).

5 What the AIO Can Bring To Your Organisation

What the AIO Can Bring To Your Organisation

Automotive Investment Organisation

Export assistance for all UK-based companies

Point of contact in Government and facilitation of Government support

Highlight your successes and raise the profile of UK automotive

Support with developing investment propositions for overseas HQ

Specialist advice and connections for customers, partners and suppliers

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6 Over the past seven years the UK has emerged as one of the most

Over the past seven years the UK has emerged as one of the most

globally attractive locations for Automotive investment. The foundations for this success have been based on these key areas: 1 - Growing Supply Chain Opportunity: The UK is experiencing an unprecedented period of growth In production volumes driven by global demand for UK-manufactured vehicles as well as a domestic market that is the fastest growing in Europe resulting in a unique supply-chain opportunity. Increasingly UK-based OEMs are looking for supply chain proximity to reduce logistic costs, minimise risk and to cater for R&D cycles that are growing ever quicker. 2- Strong Domestic and Export Market: UK vehicle production volumes reached 1.6m in 2013, overtaking France in passenger vehicle volumes, and the domestic market was the strongest in Western Europe with year on year growth of nearly 11%. Over 80% of UK-built cars were exported with a value of almost ?25bn. 3 - Transformational Research & Development: The UK provides an ecosystem which brings together leading-edge firms, universities, motorsports and funded projects to develop, commercialise and deliver technological innovations in the Automotive sector. 4 - Supportive Business Environment: The UK boasts one of the most progressive and flexible business environments which has made us number one in Europe for foreign direct investment.

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7 Domestic Car Market

Domestic Car Market

1. Growing Supply Chain Opportunity

UK

Spain

EU

Germany

Sweden

France

Italy

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Source: ACEA 2014

8 Vehicle Plant Locations & Output 2013

Vehicle Plant Locations & Output 2013

1. Growing Supply Chain Opportunity

Land Rover Halewood Freelander 57,618 Evoque 127,302

Leyland Trucks Leyland Leyland Trucks 15,400

Bentley Crewe Continental 9,408 Mulsanne 1,088

Optare Sherburn Buses 444

Lotus Hethel 1,369

Alexander Dennis Larbert Trucks 1,980

Nissan Sunderland Leaf 8,424 Note 24,348 New Note 34,553 Juke 147,954 Qashqai 227,110 New Qashqai 9,367

General Motors Ellesmere Port Astra 73,466

Geely (LondonTaxi Co) Coventry

SAIC MG Motors Birmingham

Toyota Burnaston Auris 142,751 Avensis 36,482

Jaguar Castle Bromwich F Type 9,466 XJ 18,917 XF 47,341 XK 2,842

BMW Mini Oxford Mini – 174,997

Land Rover Solihull Defender 8,362 Discovery 42,907 Range Rover 104,120

Honda Swindon Jazz 25,000 Civic 41,840 CRV 71,972

McLaren Woking 1,406

Others Morgan – 542 Caterham – 374

Dennis Eagle Warwick Trucks 1,024

General Motors Luton Vivaro 43,183

Aston Martin Gaydon 3,828

Rolls Royce Goodwood 3,265

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Source: SMMT 2014

9 Engine Production Volumes

Engine Production Volumes

1. Growing Supply Chain Opportunity

Nissan Sunderland 266,130

Bentley Crewe 10,496

Ford Dagenham 787,398

Toyota Deeside 200,418

BMW Hams Hall 408,060

Bentley W12

Ford Bridgend 741,073

Honda Swindon 139,741

Jaguar Land Rover i54

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Source: SMMT 2014

10 Projected Production Growth

Projected Production Growth

1. Growing Supply Chain Opportunity

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Source: SMMT 2014

11 The ?3bn Supply Chain Opportunity

The ?3bn Supply Chain Opportunity

1. Growing Supply Chain Opportunity

Component

Opportunity value (?m)

Component

Opportunity value (?m)

12V lead/acid battery

60

Engine castings

370

Cast aluminium sub-frames

60

Steering systems

220

Brake callipers

50

Trim

170

Drive shafts & CVJs

50

Harnesses

160

Engine accessories (alternator, starter, aircon)

50

Seating

150

Fuel tanks

50

Tyres

140

HVAC assembly

50

Alloy wheels

140

Chassis Suspension Module

40

Lighting

130

Misc assemblies (pedals, mirrors, roof rails, grilles etc)

40

Electronics (ECU, ESP, ABS, PDC)

110

Engine forgings

170

Shock absorbers

40

External plastics (bumpers, trim)

100

Heat shields

30

Entertainment/Navigation

90

Oil pans

30

Bearings

80

Small pressings

30

Instrument clusters

80

Transmission components

30

Glass

70

Large/medium pressings

30

Hinges

70

Steel wheels

20

Hot Stampings

70

Carpets

20

Welded assemblies

70

Suspension springs

10

Switchgear

10

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12 Over ?10bn invested since 2012

Over ?10bn invested since 2012

1. Growing Supply Chain Opportunity

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Source: SMMT 2014

13 2 - Transformational Research & Development Global Centre of R&D

2 - Transformational Research & Development Global Centre of R&D

Capability & Motorsport: The UK is home to 4 of the global top 10 Universities, many of which working in collaboration with the Automotive sector to develop and deliver the technologies of the future. The UK is also home to 8 out of the 11 Formula 1 teams. Leading Automotive R&D Facilities: The UK is home to world class facilities and is the ideal location for automotive R&D supported by investment From OEMs, innovative suppliers and funded Government programmes. World Leader in Low Carbon Technologies: With world leaders in engine technology including, Ford, Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover working in collaboration with suppliers and supported by large-scale Government funding, the UK has emerged as a leader in the development and commercialisation of low-carbon technologies.

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14 UK Capabilities

UK Capabilities

2. Transformational Research & Development

Advanced Engine Technologies and Systems The UK is home to leading global engine manufacturers using the country’s technical capabilities to design advanced engines across a diverse range of sectors and engine technologies.

Advanced Manufacturing Transformational breakthroughs are being made across a number of manufacturing fields, underpinned by the UK’s dominance in areas such as composites, rapid production techniques and advanced joining.

Aerodynamics Connect with the UK’s extensive aerodynamic expertise from its world-leading aerospace and motorsports industries to dramatically reduce fuel consumption in mass-market applications.

Design Creativity A design-led automotive sector, serviced by globally renowned centres of excellence and the world’s leading car designers.

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15 UK Capabilities (continued)

UK Capabilities (continued)

2. Transformational Research & Development

Electric Machines and Power Electronics Global vehicle makers are developing exciting future electric-vehicle technologies in the UK, supported by expertise across automotive, rail and power-generation engineering.

Energy Recovery and Storage Collaborate with the UK’s global pioneers in vehicle energy recovery.

Intelligent Mobility / Intelligent Transport systems Companies are recognising that the UK’s strengths in communications, electronics, big data and test infrastructure to develop Intelligent Mobility solutions.

Lightweight Design, Materials and Components The light-weighting expertise grounded in the world’s largest Formula 1 industry and second-largest aerospace sector is key to delivering the transformational weight reduction required for mass-market vehicles of the future.

Systems Integration and Homologation The UK has world-class expertise and experience in the homologation of vehicles for European markets.

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16 Motorsports The UK is the global centre of the Formula 1 industry

Motorsports The UK is the global centre of the Formula 1 industry

The technological innovations found in Formula 1 underpin the nine areas of R&D capability identified as the major strengths of the United Kingdom

2. Transformational Research & Development

The UK is home to eight of the 11 Formula 1 teams.

Overall there are 4,500 firms in the UK motorsport sector.

Technological innovations generated though F1 have a trickle down effect into the wider automotive sectors as well as innovative applications in other sectors such as aerospace or pharmaceuticals

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17 Motorsport Valley

Motorsport Valley

2. Transformational Research & Development

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Source: MIA 2014

18 Motorsport Suppliers

Motorsport Suppliers

2. Transformational Research & Development

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Source: MIA 2014

19 Examples of technology transfer from F1 to commercial road usage

Examples of technology transfer from F1 to commercial road usage

20 R&D Ecosystem

R&D Ecosystem

The combination of UK expertise and its forward-thinking approach gives the country a unique strength in the development of key automotive technologies. The UK’s strong manufacturing and supply chain ecosystem consists of a broad range of innovators that covers the whole development life cycle from initial concept through to commercial launch.

2. Transformational Research & Development

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21 World Class Facilities

World Class Facilities

2. Transformational Research & Development

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22 Centres of Excellence – High Value Manufacturing Catapults

Centres of Excellence – High Value Manufacturing Catapults

2. Transformational Research & Development

Advanced Forming Research Centre, Glasgow

Centre for Process Innovation, Wilton

Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, Sheffield

The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, Sheffield

The Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry

The National Composite Centre, Bristol

The Warwick Manufacturing Group, Coventry

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23 Low Carbon Technologies

Low Carbon Technologies

2. Transformational Research & Development

Ambitious EU & UK emissions targets are increasing the demand for ultra low emission vehicles , including hybrids and electric vehicles

The UK Government and automotive industry are investing heavily to make the UK a world leader in research and development for electric and hybrid vehicles. They have committed ?1bn to the new Advanced Propulsion Centre to support the development of next-generation propulsion technologies from research through to mass-manufacture.

Regulatory CO2 targets are in place around the world, with the EU targeting a fleet average for new cars of 95g of CO2 per kilometre by 2021. The UK Government’s vision is that by 2050 almost every car and van in the UK will be an ultra low emission vehicle (ULEV), with the UK automotive industry at the forefront of their design, development, and adoption. The UK has a long-term, stable and comprehensive policy framework to support the transition to ULEVs, backed by significant funding commitment of ?400m to 2015 and a further ?500m from 2015-2020: Funding to stimulate demand for ultra low emission cars and vans Support for ultra low emission taxis and buses Support for the development of infrastructure Funding for research & development

Similarly, The Proving Factory is helping companies in hybrid power to commercialise their technologies.

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24 3 - Supportive Business Environment Funding & Support at National

3 - Supportive Business Environment Funding & Support at National

Regional and Local level: With innovative programmes at national level including the Advanced Propulsion Centre and the Regional Growth Fund as well as local funding though Local Enterprise Partnerships, there is very strong public support for UK-development initiatives Strong Relationship Between Government And Industry : Through the SMMT, Automotive Council and the Automotive Investment Organisation, the government and industry are proactively working together to attract investment, boost trade and implement policies that support the continued growth of the UK Automotive sector. Competitive incentives For businesses: The UK has one of the most competitive corporation tax rates in the EU, low labour costs, flexible legislation, a stable currency and developed infrastructure.

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25 A Great Place to do Business

A Great Place to do Business

Excellent labour and Industrial relations

The most competitive tax regime

3. Supportive Business Environment

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Source: KPMG 2014

26 Competitive Incentives & Key Initiatives Advanced Propulsion Centre

Competitive Incentives & Key Initiatives Advanced Propulsion Centre

(APC): As part of the Automotive Strategy, Government and industry are jointly investing over ?1bn over the next 10 years in the APC Regional Growth Fund (RGF): Over ?230m has been allocated to Automotive companies to date. Innovate UK: A competitive fund supporting investments in technologically driven transport projects – Over ?310m has been allocated to Automotive companies to date. Advanced Manufacturing and Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI): Funding of ?120m for R&D, skills training, and capital investment for supply chain companies. Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEV): The Government has committed ?500m to support the development and uptake of ULEVs all the way out to 2020. Employer Ownership Funding: Up to 50% contribution to training costs for transferrable skills up to a value of ?2m. R&D Tax credits: R&D Tax Credits is a scheme allowing companies to reclaim a significant percentage of their development costs back in cash whether you are profitable or pre-revenue. High Value Manufacturing Catapult (HVM): A ?200m scheme providing UK business with a gateway to access the best manufacturing talent and facilities in the country. The Patent Box: provides an effective corporation tax rate of 10% on profits from patents registered in the UK or European patent offices.

3. Supportive Business Environment

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