RSM Global

Manufacturing

Operational performance. Investment. Risk management and compliance.

Manufacturing remains critically important to both the developing and the advanced world, In many countries the sector is in a state of transition: growing in emerging economies; shrinking but becoming more productive in advanced economies. Some markets compete on cost, others on technology and innovation. Lean manufacturing techniques which eliminate waste and improve quality are of key focus. Combining our global industry knowledge, deep resources and personalised service, we offer solutions to reduce costs, increase efficiency and maximise profitability.

The Road to Recovery

5 October 2015
Insights from an international comparative study of business ‘birth’ and ‘death’ rates.  

Communication is pivotal for global manufacturer

5 October 2015
Case study details   Sector: Engineering and ManufacturingClient: One of the largest manufacturers of plant and heavy machinery with revenue in excess of ¥6b Requirement: Audit, Financial Statements & Advisory Region: Worldwide

Global manufacturer relies on trusted relationships

5 October 2015
Case study details   Client: A global manufacturer and distributor, with over 55,000 products Sector: Biomedical and life sciences Requirement: Statutory audit, tax compliance and advisory. Region: Asia Pacific and North America

The Transpacific Partnership

23 September 2015
In June 2015 the U.S. Congress granted fast track authority to President Barack Obama, clearing the way for final negotiations of the Transpacific Partnership (TPP). The completion of the 12-member TPP would create a mega-regional zone representing 40 percent of global GDP and 26 percent of world trade.

EBA celebrates manufacturing in Europe

9 May 2014
This is the first in a series of articles leading up to the European Business Awards Gala Event on 27 May 2014. RSM is the lead sponsor of the European Business Awards, click here for more information on the programme.

The Shale Gas Revolution

1 January 2012
Recent advances in hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) are spurring development of shale gas reserves in the United States, Canada, Poland, Australia, and other countries. The shale gas boom has strengthened energy security in these countries by lowering dependence on imported fossil fuels.

German Exporters amid the Global Recovery

1 July 2010
On July 8, Germany’s Federal Statistics Office announced that German exports in May 2010 grew by 9.2 percent, their sharpest rise in 10 years. On seasonally adjusted balance, this result boosted German exports to €80.8 billion, just 5.4 percent below their pre-crisis peak.

The Smartphone and its Risks

1 March 2010
Having a few key safeguards in place can reduce the risk of smartphones becoming a matter of national security.

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