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Oct 14, 2013

Scarce materials are the Achilles' heel of industry. Carefully and forward-looking actions can provide a more reliable, calculable basis in times of extreme volatility...  >>

 
Optimizing import models
Aug 27, 2013

Over the last decade retailers have increased their sourcing from Low Cost Countries (LCCs), seeking to obtain the best possible purchase price. However, sourcing products from countries offering the cheapest unit price is no longer the key focus with a stronger emphasis now placed upon improving the holistic performance of import models.  >>

 
think: act CONTENT on the shale gas phenomenon
Jul 30, 2013

Roland Berger experts highlight the relevance of this resource to the US energy landscape – by 2050, shale gas could make up 50% of total gas produced in the US  >>

 
The European Car Crisis
Jul 25, 2013

Roland Berger Strategy Consultants analyzes the state and outlook of the European automotive market and the implications on the North American supply base  >>

 
Quo vadis Europe?
Jul 16, 2013

The European Car Crisis and Implication on the North American Supply Base  >>

 
Jun 14, 2013

Cut costs, or boost growth? The right answer for recession-hit companies is both. Strategic restructuring has become a key issue for top management - and it's here to stay  >>

 
Roland Berger News

Top 100 Most Influential Asian...  

Yesterday at the 2014 Boao Forum for Asia, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, with official forum... >>

New Roland Berger study: US...  

The US automotive supplier base has successfully recovered from the crisis and strengthened its... >>

Portfolio management in the chemical industry

Portfolio management in the chemical...  

Apr 14, 2014

There is clearly an ongoing portfolio management trend in the chemical industry. "WINNERS"... >>

 
An industry in cruise control – What's next for US suppliers?

An industry in cruise control –...  

Apr 09, 2014

Automotive suppliers in the US have successfully recovered from the crisis. But what decisions need... >>