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December 4 - 6, 2018

International Business Convention
for the Aerospace Industry

Aeromart Toulouse 2016
4 - 6 décembre 2018

Aeromart Summit Toulouse

NOVEMBER 29, 2016

Program: 9.00 to 12.00 

PlaceCentre Pierre Baudis, Cassiopée Room, 1st floor

Conference language: English (no simultaneous interpretation)
Moderator:
  Henry De Freycinet
 Journalist
 Air&Cosmos

 

REGISTRATION

OEMs procurement & supply chain policies

These sessions are exclusively presented by large OEMs. They aim to provide the industry a deeper understanding of the OEMs supply chain strategies. A rare occasion for the suppliers who are ready to cope with ongoing or future changes. 

08:00-08:50
Welcome coffee and registration
09:00-09:10
Introduction
09:10-09:30
BE AN AIRBUS SUPPLIER – CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
  Olivier Cauquil
 Senior Vice President – Material and Parts Procurement
  

The civil aviation market is currently benefitting from very positive perspectives and this applies to AIRBUS and its whole supply chain. Beyond this very appealing statement it represents as well industrial, commercial and technical challenges to be overcome by all players at any level of the chain. Further than the industrial excellence which is expected from all our suppliers, some differentiating factors are now becoming critical when strategic partner are selected (globalization, innovation capacity, value creation, etc.). The presentation aims at presenting the AIRBUS sourcing strategy and how it is materialized as cascaded requirements to our supply-base.

09:30-09:35
Q&A Session 

09:40-10:00
BECOME A LATECOERE GROUP STRATEGIC PARTNER: EXPECTATIONS, GOLDEN RULES AND OPPORTUNITIES
  Véronique Lima
  Vice President Purchasing
  Latecoere Group

 

 

10:00-10:05
Q&A Session 
10:10-10:30
SAFRAN – PERFECT OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND COST CONTROL : A MUST TO SUCCEED THE INTRODUCTION OF NEW PROGRAMS

  Xavier Dessemond
 Purchasing Director
 

 

Safran worked in the last years to strengthen its supplier panel and to bring the operational performance of the supply chain to the level expected by our customers. Our Group has now to manage the transition towards new programs including A320néo, 737MAX and the Leap engine. The success of the industrialization and the ramp up of these programs request a perfect operational performance but Safran also expects a proactive attitude from its suppliers to propose cost reduction initiative to meet our customers’ expectations.

10:30-10:35
Q&A Session
10:40-11:00
DOING BUSINESS WITH THE BOEING COMPANY: SUPPLY CHAIN STRATEGY

  Rhodri Thomas
 Director of New Product Strategy and Requirements
  
11:00-11:05
Q&A Session

 

11:10-11:30
A COLLABORATIVE SUPPLY CHAIN TO INNOVATE AND GROW TOGETHER

  Joel Larroque
 France Purchasing Director 
  

 

Nowadays, we have to work more and more closely with our customers, and be enough responsive to help them refining their Business Plan, then their specifications. Purchasing being an important part of the systems we deliver, such responsiveness shall also be available with our Suppliers. To help them achieving the needed level, TAS is engaged in a strong movement of involving our Suppliers the earliest possible in our Roadmap and helping them in their Growth and Innovation strategy.

11:30-11:35
Q&A Session

 

11:35-11:45
Closing Remarks

 

11:45
End of conference