Midlands: Driving forward
The auto sector has been a mainstay of the West Midlands economy for years. But with new legal and technological developments continuing apace, companies are having to work harder than ever to stay in business, say Marie McMorrow and Jayne Dye
The automotive sector has had to meet more than its fair share of challenges over the years as globalisation, business consolidation and technological advances have redrawn the face of the industry. Throughout this, the West Midlands has held on to its position as the UK’s automotive heartland, the legacy of a commitment to quality, innovation and skill that has spanned generations of car and component producers.
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