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<ul><li><p>1 </p><p>Get Ahead in the </p><p>Aerospace Race 2016, Lisboa </p><p>Romain SOHIER </p><p>01 Aerospace History 02 Market and Challenges 03 What it takes to Be An Aerospace Supplier Rules and Regulations Quality Standards Supply Chain Standards Supplier Management Supply Chain Improvement 04 Conclusion and way forward </p><p>Get Ahead in the Aerospace Race Contents </p><p>2 </p></li><li><p>2 </p><p>Aerospace History </p><p>01 </p><p>3 </p><p>Flying: A reality born of a shared vision </p><p>Lindbergh - 1927 </p><p>1900 1950 2000 </p><p>Wright Brothers - 1903 </p><p>1969 - Concorde </p><p>1952 </p><p>De Haviland Comet </p><p>9 Million passengers </p><p>2.6 billion passengers </p><p>2005 </p><p>A380 </p><p>2013 </p><p>A350 </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8c/Comet_1.jpg</p></li><li><p>3 </p><p>Airbus a Project </p><p>1967-1970 </p><p> A300 was launched in 1969 </p><p> British Government and Rolls-Royce pulled out of Airbus. </p><p> Hawker Siddeley stayed in as a private venture. </p><p> GE CF6-50 from DC-10-30 chosen for A300B. </p><p>Jetliner order share evolution 1952-1976 </p><p>1952 1956 1960 1964 1968 1972 1976 </p><p>USA 97% </p><p>Europe 3% </p><p>Number of units (%) </p><p>0 </p><p>20 </p><p>40 </p><p>60 </p><p>80 </p><p>100 </p><p>Europe </p><p>de Havilland Comet entered service </p><p>2 May 1952 </p><p>Boeing </p><p>Boeing 707 </p><p>EIS 26 Oct 58 </p><p>Douglas </p><p>Douglas DC-8 EIS 18 Sept 59 </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>4 </p><p>1970 Airbus Industrie (joint venture) </p><p>Economic Interest Group </p><p>(joint venture) </p><p>20% </p><p>37.9% </p><p>4.2% </p><p>37.9% </p><p>St Nazaire </p><p>Hamburg </p><p>Toulouse </p><p>Broughton </p><p>Nantes </p><p>Bremen </p><p>Munich </p><p>Madrid </p><p>Airbus Industrie </p><p>Production sharing </p><p>A300-600R shown </p><p>France </p><p>Germany </p><p>U.K. </p><p>Spain </p><p>VFW-Fokker </p><p>GE, PW </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>5 </p><p>French, German and </p><p>British governments </p><p>agreement on the </p><p>development of an </p><p>European aircraft </p><p>1967 </p><p>Creation of </p><p>Airbus Industrie GIE </p><p>(Grouping of Economic Interest) </p><p>1970 </p><p>A300 first flight </p><p>Worlds first twin-aisle </p><p>twin-engine widebody </p><p>aircraft </p><p>1972 </p><p>A310 first flight </p><p>Two men cockpit </p><p>1982 </p><p>A300-600 first flight </p><p>A modern version </p><p>of A300 </p><p>1983 </p><p>A320 first flight </p><p>A new family, the widest </p><p>single aisle cabin </p><p>First fly-by-wire flight </p><p>controls &amp; side stick </p><p>controllers </p><p>1987 </p><p>A340 first flight </p><p>Four engines, </p><p>long-haul aircraft </p><p>1991 </p><p>A330 first flight </p><p>Two engines, </p><p>long-haul aircraft </p><p>1992 </p><p>1,000th aircraft </p><p>Delivery </p><p>A321 first flight </p><p>Expanding the </p><p>A320 family </p><p>1993 </p><p>A300-600ST </p><p>first flight Beluga </p><p>1994 </p><p>A319 first flight </p><p>Expanding the </p><p>A320 family </p><p>1995 </p><p>Putting Europe back on the civil aviation scene </p><p>History </p><p>80% 20% </p><p>2001 Airbus Integrated Company within </p><p>European Aeronautic Defence and Space (EADS) </p><p>Economic Interest Group </p><p>(joint venture) </p><p>20% </p><p>37.9% </p><p>4.2% </p><p>37.9% </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>6 </p><p>Airbus integrated </p><p>company </p><p>A340-600 first flight </p><p>2001 </p><p>3,000th aircraft </p><p>delivery </p><p>A318 first flight </p><p>Expanding the A320 family </p><p>A340-500 first flight </p><p>2002 </p><p>5,000th aircraft </p><p>order </p><p>2004 </p><p>A380 first flight </p><p>2005 </p><p>A350XWB </p><p>Industrial launch </p><p>(Extra wide-body) </p><p>2006 </p><p>5,000th aircraft </p><p>delivery </p><p>First Chinese production </p><p>facility in Tianjin </p><p>2007 </p><p>A400M first flight </p><p>2009 </p><p>6,000th aircraft </p><p>delivery </p><p>A320neo </p><p>Industrial launch </p><p>new engines option </p><p>2010 </p><p>10,000th aircraft </p><p>order </p><p>7,000th aircraft </p><p>delivery </p><p>2011 </p><p>Final assembly of </p><p>the first A350XWB </p><p>First-ever commercial </p><p>Perfect flight with an A319 </p><p>cutting CO2 emissions by </p><p>more than 40% </p><p>Decision for the First U.S. </p><p>production facility in Mobile, </p><p>Alabama </p><p>2012 </p><p>The world leading aircraft manufacturer </p><p>History </p><p>First flight A350, </p><p>certification and </p><p>first delivery </p><p>2014 </p><p>A330neo </p><p>Industrial launch </p><p>new engines option </p><p>2014 Airbus Group </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>7 </p><p>Airbus Groups Mission? </p><p>Page 14 </p><p>Airbus Group </p><p>3 divisions </p><p>Employees: ~ 73,500 </p><p>Revenues: ~ 40 bn </p><p>Fabrice Brgier </p><p>Employees: ~ 22,400 </p><p>Revenues: ~ 6 bn </p><p>Guillaume Faury </p><p>Employees: ~ 40,000 </p><p>Revenues: ~ 14 bn </p><p>Bernhard Gerwert </p><p>Employees*: ~ 136,000 </p><p>Revenues*: ~ 59 bn </p><p>Tom Enders </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>8 </p><p>Airbus Group Revenue &amp; Order Book </p><p>2015 </p><p>* Commercial Order Intake and Order Book based on list prices </p><p>Market and Challenges </p><p>02 </p><p>16 </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>9 </p><p>Single Aisle Jet Production climbs relentlessly to support this </p><p>demand </p><p>Air travel remains a growth market </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>10 </p><p>Global Market Forecast 2014-2033 </p><p>Airbus versus Boeing </p><p>Only US$ 0.6 </p><p>trillion gap! </p><p>Air travel will grow Forecast by region </p><p>Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPK) </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>11 </p><p>Today: Aviation Mega Cities are cities where more than 10,000 </p><p>daily long-haul passengers are handled </p><p>Tomorrow: Aviation Mega Cities are cities where more than 10,000 </p><p>daily long-haul passengers are handled </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>12 </p><p>These airports are already largely congested </p><p>What will the market demand be? </p><p>a decisive factor in the airlines choice was that Airbus was able to offer early delivery slots, but Boeing </p><p>couldnt we really need deliveries around 2017, 2018A350 are expected to give a 20% improvement in </p><p>operating cost per seats over Delta's existing aircraft Richard H. Anderson, Deltas chief executive </p><p>Delta swaps Boeings for Airbus planes in $14 billion order </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>13 </p><p>Environment in Europe </p><p>Environnement en Europe </p><p>2014 2020 2008 </p><p>Clean Sky is the most ambitious aeronautical research programme ever launched in Europe. </p><p>Its mission is to develop breakthrough technologies to significantly increase the environmental </p><p>performance of airplanes and air transport, resulting in less noisy and more fuel efficient aircraft, hence </p><p>bringing a key contribution in achieving the Single European Sky environmental objectives </p><p>http://www.cleansky.eu/ </p><p>Environnement au Quebec </p><p>Environment in Quebec </p><p>The Coalition for Greener Aircraft is an association of specialists in the field of aeronautics who have come </p><p>together with the common goal of designing environmentally-friendly parts and systems for the aviation industry </p><p>while mobilizing Quebec's industry. </p><p>The Coalition for Greener Aircraft, through research and development activities, strives to maintain Quebec's </p><p>competitive position as a world leader in the rapidly changing aeronautics market, as we face the challenges of </p><p>climate change and resulting environmental regulations </p><p>The Quebec government is committed to continue supporting </p><p>innovative initiatives, such as the Major Developmental Project of </p><p>the Greener Aircraft </p><p>http://www.sa2ge.org </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>14 </p><p>Environment in USA </p><p>The ERA Project is comprised of three subprojects: Airframe Technology, Propulsion </p><p>Technology and Vehicle Systems Integration. Work within the project is coordinated with </p><p>research performed by other programs within NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission </p><p>Directorate as well as other federal government agencies </p><p>Current-generation aircraft already benefit from the NASA investments in aeronautical research that have improved </p><p>fuel efficiencies, lowered noise levels and reduced harmful emissions. Although substantial progress has been </p><p>made, much more needs to be done. </p><p>Forecasts call for the nation's air transportation system to expand significantly within the next two decades. </p><p>Such an expansion could bring adverse environmental impacts. </p><p>To neutralize or reduce these impacts is the goal of the ERA Project and its focused research. </p><p>ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE AVIATION (ERA) PROJECT </p><p>http://www.aeronautics.nasa.gov </p><p>Environment in USA </p><p>Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions, and Noise (CLEEN) Program </p><p>The Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions and Noise (CLEEN) program is a NextGen </p><p>effort to accelerate development and commercial deployment of environmentally </p><p>promising aircraft technologies and sustainable alternative fuels. The aircraft </p><p>technologies focus on reduction in aircraft noise, emissions, and fuel burn. </p><p>CLEEN 2 on the way </p><p> Certifiable aircraft technology that reduces noise levels by 32 dB cumulative, relative to the Stage 4 </p><p>standard </p><p> Certifiable engine technology that reduces landing and takeoff cycle (LTO) nitrogen oxide emissions by </p><p>60 percent below the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standard adopted in 2004 </p><p> Certifiable aircraft technology that reduces aircraft fuel burn by 33 percent relative to current subsonic </p><p>aircraft technology, and which reduces energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions </p><p> Use of "drop in" sustainable alternative jet fuels in aircraft systems and quantifying benefits </p><p> Suitability of new technology for engine and aircraft retrofit to accelerate penetration into the </p><p>commercial fleet </p><p>https://www.faa.gov </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>15 </p><p>Environmental Management System required by leading OEMs </p><p>as well as governmental agencies requirements (ECHA, EPA) </p><p>http://www.epa.gov </p><p>http://echa.europa.eu/regulations/reach </p><p>REACH is a regulation of the European </p><p>Union, adopted to improve the protection of </p><p>human health and the environment from the </p><p>risks that can be posed by chemicals, while </p><p>enhancing the competitiveness of the EU </p><p>chemicals industry </p><p>Dulio CLAUDIO </p><p>Get Ahead in the </p><p>Aerospace Race 2016, Lisboa </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>16 </p><p>Airbus Group Procurement </p><p>2015 </p><p>Page 31 </p><p>44 </p><p>64 </p><p>External Sourcing Turnover Revenues</p><p>Sourcing Turnover is more than 2/3 of sales </p><p>Bn </p><p>Sourcing Turnover 2/3 by Airbus </p><p>Page 32 </p><p>Airbus Group Global Sourcing </p><p>2014 - 2020 </p><p>42Bn </p><p>62+Bn </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>17 </p><p>External SourcingOverview - Portugal</p><p>Used for depicting precise values</p><p>Bar chart</p><p>Used for structural comparison</p><p>Scale</p><p>All charts (Main products and Main sourcing regions) with same scale</p><p>AIRHOLDING, SGPS Systems+Equipment</p><p>Grupo S. Caetano Indirect Material</p><p>Novabase Indirect Material</p><p>Critical Services SA Systems+Equipment</p><p>Clube Ogma Product Related Serv.</p><p>GMVIS SKYSOFT Indirect Material</p><p>OutSystems Indirect Material</p><p>NANIUM Systems+Equipment</p><p>Complenitude Indirect Material</p><p>HPS Product Related Serv.</p><p>Indirect Material</p><p>Systems+Equipment</p><p>Structure+Airframe</p></li><li><p>18 </p><p>Airbus Procurement Organisation </p><p>Procurement </p><p>Aerostructure Materials </p><p>&amp; Parts </p><p>Equipment </p><p>&amp; Systems </p><p>Propulsion </p><p>Systems </p><p>Airbus </p><p>General </p><p>Procurement </p><p>Cabin </p><p>Challenges </p><p>Business Growth </p><p> Overall production rates </p><p> Ramp-up A350 </p><p> Transition A320 ceo/neo </p><p> Globalization </p><p>Industrialization </p><p> Robustness </p><p> Competitiveness </p><p> Globalisation </p><p> Innovation </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>19 </p><p> from to </p><p>Requirements for 1st tier suppliers </p><p>Defence legacy Commercial/industrial </p><p> orientation </p><p> Small size - companies </p><p>- contracts/volumes </p><p>Critical mass - Companies </p><p>- contracts </p><p>Extended workbench Work package approach </p><p>Global Regional </p><p>Corporate Objectives on Supply Chain </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>20 </p><p>Airbus Group Supplier </p><p>Code of Conduct May 2nd 2016 </p><p>May 2016 </p><p>Procurement Compliance Nathalie ONIONS - PGA </p><p>New Airbus Group Supplier Code of Conduct </p><p> Airbus Group has adopted the IFBEC Model Supplier </p><p>Code of Conduct in its entirety with an objective to: </p><p> Share and cascade values to Supply Chain </p><p> Prevent risks </p><p> By committing to the Airbus Group Supplier Code of Conduct, Airbus Group suppliers adhere to the 10 </p><p>principles covered including key topics such as: </p><p> Human Rights, Employment Practices </p><p> Anti-Corruption, Conflict of Interest </p><p> Environment, Health and Safety </p><p> Global Trade Compliance </p><p> The new Airbus Group Supplier Code of Conduct is available on the Airbus Group and Divisions public </p><p>websites </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>21 </p><p>Airbus/Supplier joint efforts to meet Customer demand </p><p>Make it right the first time </p><p>Ensure sufficient capacity </p><p>Reach and sustain excellent performance </p><p>Be creative and propose solutions for cost optimisation </p><p>RAMP-UP </p><p>ON-TIME DELIVERY </p><p>QUALITY </p><p>COST </p><p>What it takes to Be An Aerospace Supplier </p><p>03 </p><p>42 </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.desede.ch/gallery/desede/headers/philosophie/qualitaet.jpg</p></li><li><p>22 </p><p>03 </p><p>Rules &amp; Regulations </p><p>43 </p><p>International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) </p><p>The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is a UN specialized </p><p>agency, established by States in 1944 to manage the administration and </p><p>governance of the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention). </p><p>ICAO works with the Conventions 191 Member States and industry groups to </p><p>reach consensus on international civil aviation Standards and Recommended </p><p>Practices (SARPs) and policies in support of a safe, efficient, secure, </p><p>economically sustainable and environmentally responsible civil aviation </p><p>sector. </p><p>These SARPs and policies are used by ICAO Member States to ensure that their </p><p>local civil aviation operations and regulations conform to global norms, which in </p><p>turn permits more than 100,000 daily flights in the global aviation network to </p><p>operate safely and reliably in every region of the world. </p><p>Source: www.icao.int </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>23 </p><p>Mission of the aviation authorities &amp; Approvals </p><p>Main objective is to ensure the highest level of safety and </p><p>Environmental protection in civil aviation based on core values: </p><p> Safety is a civil right </p><p> Civil Aviation is global </p><p> National and International </p><p>bodies regulate the industry </p><p>Regulations IRs (Implementation Rules) </p><p>FARs (FAA Regulations) </p><p>CARs (CAA Regulations) </p><p>International bodies &amp; aviation authorities </p><p>National Aviation </p><p>Authorities </p><p>DGAC-F LBA </p><p>State - Gouvernment Legal power level </p><p>EASA (Europe) </p><p>FAA (USA) </p><p>TCCA (Canada) </p><p>CAAC (China) </p><p>ANAC (Brazil) </p><p>INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION </p><p>A United nathions Specialized Agency </p><p>CAA UK DGAC-S </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>24 </p><p>EASA </p><p>The European Aviation Authority </p><p>EUROPEAN </p><p>AVIATION </p><p>SAFETY </p><p>AGENCY </p><p>Maintenance </p><p>Aircraft Operator Aircraft Manufacturer </p><p>Design Production Design Production Maintenance In EASA member and associated member </p><p>countries, the following rules are applicable Part M </p><p>Part 145 </p><p>European Aviation Safety Agency </p><p>Rules </p><p>Part 21 POA </p><p>Part 21 DOA </p><p>Part M Certificate </p><p>Part 145 MOA </p><p>When satisfied, the </p><p>competent </p><p>authority grants its </p><p>approval </p><p>Part 21 Part 21 </p><p>http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/http://www.airbusiness-academy.com/</p></li><li><p>25 </p><p>European Aviation Safety Agency </p><p>Purpose of approvals </p><p>Design Organisation Approval - DOA </p><p>Ensure Aircraft design data conform to EASA specifications and support operator to </p><p>ensure individual aircraft continued airworthiness </p><p>Production Organisation Approval - POA </p><p>Ensure new individual aircraft and/or spare parts conform to the...</p></li></ul>