KPMG in Singapore's Industrial Manufacturing practice assists major organisations in the industrial and automative, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, energy and natural resources industries to respond to industry trends and business issues.
Our services are tailored to the issues that the industry ― and your company ― experience. Our member firms' professionals have helped many companies with these issues:
- sales force compliance
- pricing compliance
- business model operating structure
- operational efficiency
- change management
- supply chain management
- fraud and intellectual property
- innovation and research and development
- competition from generics
- mergers, acquisitions and disposals
- market entry and expansion
- emerging market companies.
KPMG's industry-focused professionals have experience in their respective sectors. We continuously strive to keep abreast of industry trends, drivers and issues through knowledge sharing and industry insights programs. Our global network aims to ensure that KPMG firms serve you with the same level of quality and consideration, whether you are operating in fast growing or emerging markets.
2013 Global Manufacturing Outlook: Competitive Advantage
This report surveyed 335 senior executives, in five industries: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Conglomerates, Engineering and Industrial Products, and Metals. Respondents are distributed globally, with nearly a third each from the Americas; Asia-Pacific; and Europe, the Middle East & Africa.
Reaction Magazine – Tenth Edition
This edition focuses on manufacturing excellence and industry best practice. It also looks at import taxes and duties, an often overlooked area. We look at manufacturing excellence in Australia with a view on how best practice could be leveraged in other developed economies to deliver added value.
Global Metals Outlook: Manufacturing Resilience
KPMG's report, Global Metals Outlook: Manufacturing Resilience, is a vital resource for metals stakeholders that explores the key issues and trends impacting the industry. Written in collaboration with the Economist Intelligence Unit, this report is based on a survey of 220 senior executives from leading global manufacturing companies.
The Japanese Chemical Industry
After decades of brilliant achievements and growth, the Japanese chemical industry now struggles to maintain its position in the marketplace. Dependent on sluggish domestic markets, weighed down by overcapacity and over-diversification, impeded by a traditional business culture, and faced with increased competition from China and the Middle East, today's Japanese chemical companies find themselves in an increasingly precarious position.