This area contains the tables and charts from SMMT’s industry reports and presentations from events that members may find useful.
Presentations delivered as SMMT’s first access to finance event at Cranmore Park.
Presentations delivered at SMMT Open Forum on 20 September 2012 at the National Motorcycle Museum.
The UK’s finance sector needs an alternative funding proposition for the automotive supply chain, if it is to support growth. This was the message delivered to more than 60 supply chain, OEM and finance representatives that attended the West Midlands launch of SMMT’s Supply Chain Finance Report.
Meet the Buyer was held on the 3 July 2012 at Cranmore Park, Solihull. The event saw over 325 one-to-one meetings take place between over 140 companies.
The summit held on the 12 June 2012 saw keynote speeches from some of the biggest names in the business, including Bosch and Nissan. For delegate access to these presentations please click here. You would have been sent a password following the event.
Type Approval workshop, Coventry, 13 October 2011
SMMT Open Forum, Warwick University, Coventry, 20 September 2011
· Jon Beasley, Automotive Council Technology Group
SMMT Open Forum for CVs, Buses, Coaches and Suppliers, 30 March 2011
SMMT’s Open Forum event on 30 March 2011 at the NEC, Birmingham, included presentations on technical issues, supply chain issues, manufacturing outlook and a panel discussion all with a focus on commercial vehicles (including trailers and buses) and their suppliers. You can download the following presentations from the event:
Commercial Vehicle and Off-highway Low Carbon Technology Roadmap (Neville Jackson)
The future for UK bodybuilding (Robin Dickeson)
SMMT Open Forum: Vehicle Manufacturers’ View
Over 120 people attended SMMT’s free Open Forum event on 15 March 2011 at Warwick University, which provided a full programme of speakers from across the industry. According to feedback, presentations were very insightful, providing good and honest advice.
Themes focused on the views of vehicle manufacturers’ and examined key issues relating to the UK’s automotive supply chain, automotive manufacturing and 2011 priorities for the Automotive Council. Richard Parry-Jones, Co-Chair of the Council was among the leading speakers at the event.
Type Approval presentations and demonstrations – Multi Stage Vehicle Approval slides
The sessions took place in January 2011 and were aimed multi-stage build converters and body builders, presentations took place from Euromotive, VCA, VOSA and SMMT.
SMMT has published its ninth CO2 report which shows that CO2 emissions from new cars fell by their biggest ever margin in 2009. The average model now emits just 149.5g/km – 5.4% less than the 2008 figure and down 21.2% on the 189.8g/km base level in 1997.
New Car CO2 Report Summary (March 2010)
SMMT has published its ninth CO2 report which shows that CO2 emissions from new cars fell by their biggest ever margin in 2009. The average model now emits just 149.5g/km – 5.4% less than the 2008 figure and down 21.2% on the 189.8g/km base level in 1997. A summary of the New car CO2 report is available for download.
Sustainability report tables and charts (October 2009)
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders’ tenth annual sustainability report shows vehicle manufacturers continue to make significant reductions in the environmental impact of their products, throughout the whole life cycle of the vehicle. All the charts and tables from the report are available for members to download.
Carbon Reduction Commitment (June 2009)
SMMT has made available a presentation providing an overview of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), and includes the timeline of the scheme, key industry concerns and SMMT action on the issue. The presentation is available for download.
New Car CO2 Report Summary (March 2009)
A summary of the New Car CO2 Report is available for download.
New car CO2 report tables and charts (March 2009)
SMMT has published its eighth new car CO2 report which shows that CO2 emissions from new cars fell by their biggest ever margin in 2008. The average model now emits just 158.0g/km – 4.2% less than the 2007 figure and 16.8% down on the 189.8g/km base level in 1997. All the charts and tables from the report are available for members to download.