Strategy

Our Strategy

“Becoming Leading Edge” – that’s what our strategy is called. To become leading edge, we will have to grow profitably and professionalize our processes. For this purpose, the strategy is based on the following four pillars:

1. Focusing on our core services

Leadec offers many different services. However, we generate a major part of our sales with only a few of these. We have therefore identified ten core services we will focus on globally:

  • Engineering
  • Consulting
  • Electrical installation
  • Automation
  • Disassembly and reassembly
  • Production equipment maintenance
  • Technical cleaning
  • Technical facility management
  • Infrastructural facility management
  • Internal logistics

We will develop these service lines further globally with the aim of offering our core services equally in all regions. We increasingly want to integrate digital applications and business models.

2. Expanding into adjacent businesses

The automotive industry will remain our home. But we are now strong enough to scale our successful recipe into adjacent markets. Related manufacturing industries such as aerospace or white goods offer great opportunities for increasing the share of new industries to over 30 percent. This means that we will have a more balanced customer portfolio, allowing us to benefit from opportunities outside the automotive industry.

Our industries

3. Growing with the markets

Europe is our main market. Despite being a mature market, it still offers us many opportunities for expansion. This is where we want to continue to grow. In addition, we will particularly focus on Asia and America where we also expect strong growth because of the high investment in production plant and equipment.

4. Organization

We invest in our own infrastructure and will combine our business processes in one system, providing us with real-time data, also on mobile devices. We will thus have common KPIs that show not only the past but also allow us to proactively control our business. We will not work harder but smarter by continuously improving our processes. If we manage to improve our productivity at our more than 200 sites, we will be more competitive.