Get to know the future of the automotive supply chain with AIAG and Thomson Reuters' Supply Chain 2025 report series!

The automotive industry operates at the intersection of numerous global megatrends, including increased automation, digitalization, globalization, climate change, cybersecurity, labor markets/employment — and more. Cultural attitudes toward the role of the automobile and vehicle ownership in modern life are also changing.

To assess the impact of these and other trends on the automotive supply chain through 2025, AIAG and Thomson Reuters conducted a series of surveys asking automotive supply chain professionals from around the world to share their expertise and insights. The results of these surveys are now available as two distinct regional reports, along with a third executive overview piece that concludes the series. 

The Future of the Automotive Supply Chain Part 1 of 3 Cover Image-1Part 1 of 3: Asia-Pacific Supply Chain Professionals Share their Insights and Expectations

This report reflect the opinions of individuals with a supply chain role in territories around Asia-Pacific (APAC) — i.e., Japan, China, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, India and several other important countries, including Australia.


The Future of the Automotive Supply Chain Part 2 of 3 Cover Image-1

Part 2 of 3: Supply Chain Professionals in the Americas and Europe Share their Insights and Expectations

The second release in the series, this report focuses on feedback from industry leaders in the Americas — the US/Canada/Mexico bloc and South America — and Europe.

The Future of the Automotive Supply Chain Part 3 of 3 Cover Image 1NEW! Part 3 of 3: Two Reports, One Conclusion – Grappling with Rapid Change in Uncertain Times 

Concluding the conversation established in the first and second regional reports, this new release highlights global megatrends anticipated to significantly impact the automotive supply chain over the next five to seven years and beyond.