PwC provides advisory, assurance, or tax services to all of the Industrial Manufacturing companies listed in the Fortune 500. Our Industrial Manufacturing practice comprises a global network of industry professionals who provide assurance, tax, and advisory services to public and private industrial manufacturing companies around the world. PwC's specialists are recognized for their innovation in resolving complex business issues through analysis, and the development and implementation of tailored solutions. Central to the successful delivery of our services is an in-depth understanding of today’s industry issues, in addition to a wealth of specialized resources and best practices.
|Assembling value: Q2 2014
Industrial manufacturing mergers and acquisitions activity surged in the second quarter, driven by large deals. Dealmakers seeking strategic assets represented the overwhelming majority of all transactions.
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US manufacturers are planning to spend more on infrastructure in the coming year as competitive pressures grow. Additionally, M&A plans have increased.
|Assessing tax: 2014 tax rate benchmarking study for industrial products and automotive sectors
PwC’s annual issue of Assessing Tax provides a detailed analysis of tax rate metrics for 324 companies and highlights tax trends for aerospace and defense, automotive, chemicals, engineering and construction, industrial manufacturing and metals, and transportation and logistics companies. This issue includes a special report on the surge in international tax controversy.
|Rethinking innovation in industrial manufacturing: Are you up for the challenge?
What impact does innovation have on for industrial manufacturing company growth? How are leading companies making innovation work for their organizations? PwC surveyed 249 industrial manufacturing companies across 20 countries to provide insights into these questions.
|Tax technology: Creating a strategic asset
How do manufacturing companies use technology in their tax functions? PwC and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) surveyed more than 100 companies to uncover leading practices and challenges in applying technology to the tax function.