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    Title: 重塑北美電動車供應鏈 - 以特斯拉與其台灣代工廠為例
    Reshaping Supply Chain in the North America's EV Industry - A Case Study of Tesla and its EMS Partners
    Authors: 楊念蓁
    Yang, Nien-Chen
    Contributors: 楊光磊
    Yang, Nien-Chen
    Keywords: Tesla
    Taiwanese Supply Chain
    EV Market
    Geopolitical Strategy
    Date: 2024
    Issue Date: 2024-02-01 11:47:43 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This case study examines Tesla's strategic shift and its Taiwanese supply chain partners' relocation to Mexico, set against the backdrop of North America's burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) market and a changing geopolitical and economic landscape. The move is driven by several key factors: geopolitical stability, cost advantages, proximity to the U.S. market, and the benefits of trade agreements. These factors collectively enhance Mexico's attractiveness as a manufacturing hub.
    Despite the apparent advantages, this transition involves significant complexities and trade-offs. Companies face challenges like infrastructure limitations, operational intricacies, and the need to develop a skilled workforce. The supply chain reconfiguration requires establishing new supplier relationships, setting up production lines, and enforcing strict quality controls, all demanding considerable investments of time and resources.
    Nevertheless, the strategic move is shown to substantially increase supply chain resilience and offer economic and strategic benefits. It places Tesla and its partners in a crucial region for the global EV market, potentially boosting their market share and influence. The industry's broader impact is also noteworthy, as other companies start to recognize the benefits of nearshoring strategies, seeing Mexico as a critical hub for future EV production.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0110933025
    Data Type: thesis
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