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assembly plant AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS INDUSTRY back street outfit basis best practice Brighton Business School Brighton Polytechnic United Business School Brighton buyer commercial compete component manufacture component suppliers COMPONENTS INDUSTRY CUSTOMER core and niche cost competitive customer dependence customer's customers and vendors delivery requirements ex-works flexibility Group Brighton Business improved Increasing added value Innovation Research Group INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS just-in-time operation KANBAN Lamming Innovation Research location close major component systems North America number of suppliers planned price reductions plug compatability Polytechnic United Kingdom product differentiation product level purchasing quality engineer rationalisation reduce the number Research Group Brighton Richard Lamming Innovation scenario School Brighton Polytechnic special feature Stress Model Supplier Fidelity SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIPS PAST supply Tier supplier total quality control Traditional Model Type One companies Type One firms Type Three companies Type Two companies Type Two firms UK automotive components vehicle assemblers vehicle builder warehouse West Midlands whilst