2013 Top 100 Global Auto Parts Supporting Suppliers Released


Release time:

2022-08-30

Automotive News, "American Automotive News" (Automotive News) recently announced the 2013 list of the top 100 global auto parts supporting suppliers (ranked according to the sales of suppliers' supporting market business in 2012). In the auto parts supporting market, the German Bosch Group has been at the top of the top 100 list for three consecutive years, while the electric equipment and Continental Group have ranked 2. three for three consecutive years. In the top 10 rankings, the fourth to tenth parts companies are Magna, Aixin Seiki, Johnson Controls, Faurecia, Hyundai Mobis, ZF and Yazaki. Delphi, which ranked tenth in the 2012 ranking, fell to 12th this year, while Yazaki ranked 14th in 2012.
 
According to the sales of various suppliers in the automobile supporting market in 2012, besides Japan's Yazaki, the suppliers that have risen significantly include the United States Lear (from 14 to 11), Japan's Jettel (from 21 to 18), Germany's Schaeffler (from 26 to 21), Spain's Gestamp (from 32 to 25), etc; the suppliers that dropped significantly in the ranking included Delphi, Japan's Connex (from 18 to 23), Italy's Marelli (from 28 to 31), Japan's Entenn (from 29 to 35), US DuPont (from 31 to 59), Japan's Seiko (from 36 to 47), etc.
 
In addition, CITIC Daika Co., Ltd. made the list again this year, and the ranking climbed from 97 in 2012 to 92. The company once again became the only Chinese company to rank among the top 100 global parts suppliers of Automotive News.
 
Based on the location of the headquarters of each component supplier, in addition to China, only one other country on the list is Italy, Switzerland, Brazil, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Mexico and Luxembourg; and the country with the largest number of companies on the list is Japan, with 29 suppliers among the top 100 in the world, 25 in the United States and 21 in Germany, and 5 in South Korea, france, Spain and Canada all have three suppliers on the list, while Sweden has two companies on the list.