Automotive Sourcing and Procurement in Poland

Automotive Sourcing and Procurement in Poland

Interviewee Dariusz Pielach discusses the size and extent of the automotive supply chain in Poland.

GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview “Automotive Sourcing and Procurement in Poland” https://globalautoindustry.com/automotive-sourcing-and-procurement-in-poland/ features Dariusz Pielach.

Pielach is director, Central Eastern Europe with East West Associates, and he is based in Warsaw, Poland. He is a former project manager/director and interim manager for Western multinationals, and his primary focus is in strategic and operational procurement, sourcing and project management.

In the 7-minute audio interview, Pielach discusses the folllowing questions:

  • What is the size and extent of the automotive supply chain in Poland?
  • What are the challenges of identifying and qualifying automotive suppliers?
  • What automotive products are best sourced from Poland?
  • Are you seeing an increase in automotive sourcing as companies diversify their supply chains in China?

Click here to listen to the Audio Interview:

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