Nissan Cost Structure

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Introduction In such a competitive world the companies are all focused to increase their market share and profitability, by cutting down their expenses. This report will analyse the change in cost structure of the three leading automobile manufacturing companies of Japan over the last eight years. The report mainly focuses upon the various expenses incurred during the production of any product and the profitability of these three companies. The report will compare the cost structure of these three companies with each other. Japanese were the ones who introduced various costing methods in the manufacturing industry and this has helped them to reduce their cost and tusk increase their profits. Complete information of the expense that a company…show more content…
Any company is only as strong as the people who bring it to life. Companies do not create products, deliver services or solve problems; people do. As of 2013, it produced 4,950,924 units resulting in revenue of 11.43 trillion Japanese Yemen giving them a profit of 389 billion Japanese Yemen. The company has a total assets of 14.7 trillion Japanese Yemen and a total equity of4.79 trillion Japanese Yemen. Nissan deals with automobile manufacturing all over the world with its manufacturing locations based in countries outside Japan like China, India, Vietnam, Thailand, Mexico, Brazil, Egypt, Kenya, Spain, United Kingdom, Russia, United States of America, Australia etc. Nissan also has a number of ventures outside the automobile industry, most notably the Tu-Ka mobile phone service which was sold to DDI and Japan Telecom. Nissan also provides a telematics service in select vehicles to drivers in Japan called CarWings Nissan also has a joint venture with Tohatsu Corp. called Nissan Marine that deals with production of motors for smaller boats and other marine…show more content…
Ltd. is a Japan-based public multinational corporation known for manufacturing automobiles, motorcycles, and power equipments. It is the largest motorcycle manufacturer and largest manufacturer of internal combustion engines measured by volume. It is the eight largest automobile manufacturing companies in the world. It also manufactures garden equipments, marine engines, personal watercraft and power genereators. Honda has also entered the artificial intelligence/robotics research and in 2000, released ASIMO robot. They are also venturing into aerospace evident from the establishment of GE Honda Aero Engines and the Honda HA-420 HondaJet. Honda is headquatered in Minato, Tokyo, Japan with its plants located all around the globe in countries like China, Pakistan, India, United States of America, Turkey, Brazil, Argentina, Belgium, England, Peru etc. It was founded by Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa. The company produces total revenue of 9.877 trillion Japanese Yemen resulting in a total income of 367.1 billion Japanese Yemen in 2013. It has total assets amounting to11.78 trillion Japanese Yemen and a total equity of 4.402 trillion Japanese Yemen. In 2013, Honda invested about 5.7% of its revenues in research and development. In the same year, Honda became the first Japanese automaker to be a net exporter from the United States, exporting 108,705 Honda and Acura models while importing only

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