Mechanical Engineering and Metalworking Industry in Latvia

Report
MASOC
Association of Mechanical Engineering and
Metalworking Industries of Latvia
September 2014
Association of Mechanical Engineering and
Metalworking Industries of Latvia
www.masoc.lv
MASOC – Association of Mechanical Engineering
and Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Established in 1994 as informative and
consultative centre for the specified
industrial sector
Voluntary, membership based
organisation
Unites about 150 leading sector
enterprises
Member companies produce over 70% of
the sector’s total output, over 50% of
sector’s employment
Implements activities typical for trade
associations and cluster organisations
The main goals:
– To promote the competitiveness
and growth of the sector;
– To promote mutual cooperation
– To promote professional growth of
the specialists in the sector
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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MASOC – members’ profile
Design and
prototyping
Education
Material
suppliers
Testing and
certification
METALS
METAL PRODUCTS
MACHINERY
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
TRANSPORT VEHICLES
Materials
recovery
Specialised
services
Research
Suppliers of
equipment
Association of Mechanical Engineering and
Metalworking Industries of Latvia
• The core group of
companies cover
various
subsectors of
metalworking and
engineering
(NACE 24, 25,
27, 28, 29 and 30)
• Besides
manufacturing
companies,
related
organisations and
service providers
are included as
well, covering the
whole value
creation chain.
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MASOC – member companies
Number of Member Companies
Size of Member Companies
(persons employed)
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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MASOC - main activities
Representation of interests
Joint project
development
Networking / Cooperation
Information
Education & HR
development
International cooperation
Marketing
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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MASOC – what we offer
• Information
– About the sector
– On available technologies and
competences of the member
companies
– Online database of companies
• Partner search
– Partners for subcontracting,
joint production, cooperation
projects
• Single contact point
• Development of joint projects
– Clustering activities; marketing
and export promotion; HR
development; education &
research
Association of Mechanical Engineering and
Metalworking Industries of Latvia
www.masoc.lv
Tech Industry – platform for international cooperation
Riga, 4-6.December 2014
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Exhibition
Matchmaking event
Seminars and conferences
Participants, visitors and delegations form Baltic Countries, CIS, Nordic countries,
Eastern, Central and Western Europe
Organised by exhibition company BT1 in cooperation with MASOC
Biggest industrial exhibition in the Baltic Region
www. techindustry.lv
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Development of Mechanical
engineering and metalworking
sector in Latvia
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Mechanical engineering and
metalworking sector in Latvia
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One of the biggest manufacturing
sectors in Latvia:
– Accounts for more than 20% of
the total manufacturing output
and value added (2013)
– Second biggest exporting sector
in 2013 (accounts for more than
25% of Latvian exports of
goods)
Exports over 70% of the output
One of the fastest growing sectors
in Latvia – both before and after
crisis in 2009.
Covers NACE 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Structure of manufacturing industry in Latvia,
(% of total manufacturing, 2013)
Mechanical engineering and metalworking
Wood processing
24
15
Food processing
Chemicals and pharmacy
4
5
Other
Non-metallic minerals
4
Printing and publishing
4
4
4
3
Electronic and optical equipment
28
25
7
5
Textile and clothing
6
6
6
2
2
Rubber and plastics
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Share in total exports %
25
20
5
10
15
20
25
30
Share in manufacturing output %
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Structure of the MM sector
(value added, 2013,%)
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Development of mechanical engineering and
metalworking sector (2000 – 2013)
2 000
1 800
1 600
1 400
1 200
1 000
800
600
400
200
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2001
2002
2003
2004
Output (million EUR)
2005
2006
2007
Export (million EUR)
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Output (25,27,28,29)
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Development trends of the sector
(production output, 2005=100%)
400
350
300
250
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150
100
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2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Base metals
Metal products
Electrical equipment
Machinery and mechanical equipment
Automotive, trailers, semitrailers
Other transport vehicles
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Change in production and exports
(2014. 6 months / 2013. 6 months)
40,0
26,2
20,0
27,2
9,1 5,7
6,7 4,6
0,0
-9,7
-20,0
-6,6
-19,1
-19,6
-40,0
-19,0
-26,6
-60,0
-80,0
-100,0
-63,8
-81,3
Production
Exports
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Employment in the sector
30000
25000
(C30) Other transport
vehicles
20000
(C29)
Automotive, trailers, se
mitrailers
15000
(C28) Machinery and
mechanical equipment
10000
(C27) Electrical
equipment
5000
(C25) Metal products
2014-I
2013 - IV
2013 - III
2013 - II
2013 - I
2012 - IV
2012 - III
2012 - II
2012 - I
2011 - IV
2011 - III
2011 - II
2011 - I
2010-IV
2010-III
2010-II
2010-I
2009-IV
2009-III
2009-II
2009-I
2008-IV
2008-III
2008-II
2008-I
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
(C24) Base metals
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Main export markets – mechanical
engineering and metalworking
80
70
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40
30
20
10
72
62
6
32
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Key issues
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Problems in Russian market
• About 12% of sectors’
exports goes to Russia
(2013)
• In some segments the share
exceeds 25% (electrical
motors; machinery, etc)
• The exports decrease in
2014
• Uncertainty regarding
future of this market
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Energy prices
• Rising electricity costs create
risks for the industry, especially
those companies that are energy
intensive
• Discussions to reduce the burden
caused by “the green energy”
component in the electricity costs
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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Education
• Education and HR development –
constantly one of the key
priorities
• Dealing with all levels of
education system:
– Schoolchildren, youngsters;
– Vocational and higher education
– Further education / lifelong learning
• Good progress achieved in
modernisation of vocational
education infrastructure
• As from 2016 – mandatory exam
in chemistry or physics (renewed)
in secondary schools
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Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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MASOC - Association of mechanical
engineering and metalworking industries of
Latvia
Ezermalas 6K, Riga, LV-1006, LATVIA
Phone: +371 67554825
Fax: +371 67089776
[email protected]
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Association of Mechanical Engineering and
Metalworking Industries of Latvia
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