Erp Solutions for Automotive Industry

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1.Introduction4
2.Automobile Industry – Indian Overview4
3.Major Player - Across the Globe5
4.Value chain6
5.Business Processes6
5.1.Raw Material Procurement6
5.2.R&D: Design, Concept Building and Manufacturing of prototypes6 5.3.Manufacturing7
5.4.Quality Control and Inspection7
5.5.Testing8
5.6.Distribution and Sales8
6.Modules9
6.1.Manufacturing9
6.1.1.Stamping9
6.1.2.Welding9
6.1.3.Painting9
6.1.4.Making the engine10
6.1.5.Supplier10
6.1.6.Interior Assembly11
6.1.7.Mate11
6.2.Quality Control and Inspection12
6.2.1.Body and Interior Report12
6.2.2.Mechanical Report12
6.3.Testing12
6.3.1.Full-wrap frontal collusion test12
6.3.2.Offset frontal collusion test12
6.3.3.Pedestrian head protection performance test12
6.3.4.Rear passenger’s seat belt usability evaluation test13 7.Sub Modules13
7.1.Painting13
7.1.1.Primer13
7.1.2.Surfacer13
7.1.3.Top Coat <Check figure in previous file>14
7.1.4.Clear Coat14
7.2.Body and Interior Report14
7.2.1.Body14
7.2.1.Paintwork14
7.2.2.Window Glass & Front Screen14
7.2.3.Lamp Glasses/Lens15
7.2.4.Interior Trim15
7.3.Mechanical Report15
7.3.1.Underside15
7.3.2.Exhaust System15
7.3.3.Wheel and Wheel Rims15
7.3.4.Keys and Locks15
8.Cross functional Processes <To Be>15
8.1.15
9.Future15
Reference17

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Introduction

The automobile industry comprises of designing, developing, manufacturing, marketing and selling of motor vehicles. It can be classified as one of the world's most important economic sectors. The automotive industry is inherently interesting - it is massive, competitive, challenging and is expected to undergo major restructuring in the near future due to globalization and decreasing oil reserves. This analysis focuses on the business processes followed in automobile industry, specifically, large-scale manufacturers of automobiles with global presence.

The term automotive industry here does not include industries dedicated to automobiles after delivery to the customer, such as repair shops and motor fuel filling stations.

The process of planning, manufacturing and distributing of cars is a lengthy and detailed phenomenon. It is a capital intensive market and requires thought, research, efforts and high investments to produce the world's most famous, unique and popular cars.  Planning stage starts prior to 3 - 4 year and goals are set with consideration of evolving and dynamic customer’s needs and requirements. Close attention is paid to changing lifestyles and preferences of consumers.

Automobile Industry – Indian Overview

The Automotive industry in India is still in its growth stage and is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the world. This industry is expanding widely in India. It is able to manufacture over 17.5 million vehicles (including 2/4 wheelers) and exports about 2.33 million every year. India's passenger car and commercial vehicle manufacturing industry is ranked seventh in the world, with an annual production of more than 3.7 million units in 2010. According to recent reports, India is set to overtake Brazil to become the sixth largest passenger vehicle producer in the world, growing 16-18 per cent to sell around three million units during 2011-12. In 2009, India emerged as Asia's fourth largest exporter of passenger cars, behind Japan, South Korea, and Thailand. Chennai, also known as the "Detroit of India" is the automobile hub in India with the India operations of Ford, Hyundai, Renault and Nissan headquartered in the city and BMW having an assembly plant on the outskirts. It accounts for 60 per cent of the country's automotive exports. Maruti Suzuki manufacturing plants are based in Gurgaon and Manesar in Haryana. The Chakan corridor near Pune, Maharashtra is...
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