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International Automotive Research Centre Case Study

International Automotive Research Centre engages The Supply Chain Consulting Group

The International Automotive Research Centre (IARC) was WMG’s first purpose-built facility, opened in 1986 by Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. It provides a critical mass of research capability combining automotive expertise nationally and internationally.

IARC is a major facility of Warwick Manufacturing Group – one of the major academically based manufacturing groups in Europe. Extensive research programmes are in progress with the automotive, aerospace and healthcare industries, using world-class facilities within the Centre.

The Supply Chain Consulting Group (SCCG) provided the IARC with Market and Product research into technology advancements, capabilities and opportunities in the Automotive manufacturing sector, specifically RFID Automotive Stillage Tracking through the Global supply chain.