Drive for the green: Survey results

The Ernst & Young Drive for the Green survey was developed to improve awareness of the key risks that North American automotive executives are faced with in day-to-day operations, as well as their major concerns over the next five years. The survey had three main questions; participants were asked to write in responses as well as rank and select key risks most applicable to their companies.

The survey was conducted at two of the year’s major automotive events: the Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium in May 2007 and the Management Briefing Seminars in August 2007. More than 280 executives representing aftermarket manufacturers, vehicle manufacturers (VMs) and original equipment component suppliers completed the survey; their responses are summarized in this report.

Click here to download the survey results.

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