Our client, a leading global car manufacturer, was looking to establish a Latin American regional office and needed help choosing a location. Between Sao Paulo, Miami, Lima, Panama City, and Palo, TX, the client wanted to understand which location offered the lowest cost business environment.
Our client, a Fortune 100 automotive company, operates on a global scale and has strategic assets in Latin America. In the spirit of growing in the region, our client is constantly on the lookout for any potential customer satisfaction issues that may arise.
Our client operates automotive dealerships. In recent years, they found that independent dealerships sometimes lower their pricing below that permitted by company guidelines in order to persuade consumers into buying a car.
Our client, a global consulting firm was tasked by an international autoparts maker to analyze its rival’s cost structure in eight manufacturing centers around the world. AMI was entrusted with the work in Mexico, the target company’s 3rd largest manufacturing center. The cost analysis was needed by the client so it could recalibrate its own pricing and win back lost customers.
Our client, a global industrial research firm, was hired by an autoparts maker to better understand the future cost structure of their rival who was planning a new factory in northern Mexico. The plant was due to be opened eight months in the future and our client needed to forecast the competitor's cost structure so he could optimize his own pricing schedule.