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Changing Concept of Production Planning and Control with AVEVA ERM by Juliano Pamplona, Oceana Shipyard

Juliano Pamplona, Oceana Shipyard discusses the ‘Changing Concept of Production Planning and Control with AVEVA ERM’ at the AVEVA World Summit, 2016 in New Orleans. Learn how planning concept and interface activities between Engineering, Procurement, Warehouse, and Planning departments are planned through AVEVA ERM. Juliana also explains the challenges on shipyard implementation, ERM selection process and the steps of AVEVA ERM implementation and integration with SAP. As a result, AVEVA were able to support shipbuilding processes at Oceana through the use of ERM.

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Changing Concept of Production Planning and Control with AVEVA ERM by Juliano Pamplona, Oceana Shipyard

  1. 1. Copyright © 2016 AVEVA Solutions Limited and its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. Juliano Pamplona, Oceana Shipyard discusses the ‘Changing Concept of Production Planning and Control with AVEVA ERM’ at the AVEVA World Summit, 2016 in New Orleans. Learn how planning concept and interface activities between Engineering, Procurement, Warehouse, and Planning departments are planned through AVEVA ERM. Juliana also explains the challenges on shipyard implementation, ERM selection process and the steps of AVEVA ERM implementation and integration with SAP. As a result, AVEVA were able to support shipbuilding processes at Oceana through the use of ERM. Find out more about how AVEVA can support your business www.aveva.com
  2. 2. 2 OCEANA SHIPYARD: Changing Concept of Production Planning and Control with AVEVA ERM AVEVA World Summit 2016 Juliano Pamplona
  3. 3. 3 Main Achievements  High cooperation between departments on Production Planning and Control (Changing Planning Concept);  Reliable information from Projects whenever required (shipyard, group presidency and shareholders);  Efficient planning and execution:  Release work orders closer to the execution date (Job Cards);  Use one integrated system to simplify access to information;  Accurate delivery of the right material, at the right time, to the right place;  Continuously monitor man-hour usage;  Report Project status on time to update the Project plan.
  4. 4. 4 Agenda  Institutional  Planning and Control System  Choosing ERM: Challenges to Overcome  Deployment  Information Flow / Integration with SAP  Strong Points / Opportunities  Next Steps  Institutional
  5. 5. 5 Institutional – CBO Group For CBO Other Clients
  6. 6. 6 Institutional - Group CBO Portfolio ORSV Length Overall Deadweight Service Speed Year Built CBO Vitória CBO Guanabara CBO CamposCBO Rio CBO Chiara CBO Isabella CBO Anita CBO ManoellaCBO Carolina CBO Valentina CBO A. Gabriella PSV 4500 CBO Flamengo PSV 3000 CBO Pacífico CBO Atlântico CBO Renata CBO Alessandra CBO Ana Luisa CBO Bianca CBO has a fleet of 26 vessels: CBO Copacabana CBO IpanemaCBO Arpoador PSV 3000 67.0 m 3,020 T 11 KNOTS 2002 76.7 m 3,300 T 13 KNOTS 2005 67.0 m 3,050 T 11 KNOTS 2000 76.7 m 67.0 m 3,400 T 3,050 T 13 KNOTS 11 KNOTS 2010 2001 80.5 m 2,850 T 13 KNOTS 2005 76.7 m 3,200 T 13 KNOTS 2009 75.5 m 3,400 T 13 KNOTS 2010 76.7 M 3,400 T 13 KNOTS 2008 76.7 m 3,400 T 13 KNOTS 2009 74.3 m 3,600 T 13 KN0TS 2007 74.3 m 3,690 T 13 KNOTS 2007 88.8 m 4,550 T 13 KNOTS 2012 76.3 m 76.3 m 3,400 T 3,400 T 13 KNOTS 13 KNOTS 2012 2012 76.0 m 76.0 m 3,400 T 3,400 T 13 KNOTS 13 KNOTS 2011 2011 76.7 m 3,400 T 13 KNOTS 2010 88.8 m 4,550 T 13 KNOTS 2012 88.8 m 4,550 T 13 KNOTS 2014 88.8 m 4,550 T 13 KNOTS 2013 RSV Length Overall Deadweight Service Speed Year Built AHTS 12000 Length Overall Deadweight Service Speed Year Built Length Overall Deadweight Service Speed Year Built Length Overall Deadweight Service Speed Year Built Length Overall Deadweight Service Speed Year Built 88.8 m 4,550 T 13 KNOTS 2016 88.8 m 4,550 T 13 KNOTS 2016 CBO Oceana CBO Itajaí CBO Niterói 67.0 m 3,050 T 11 KNOTS 2014 67.0 m 3,050 T 11 KNOTS 2014 ChallangeVegas 67.0 m 3,020 T 11 KNOTS 2016
  7. 7. 7 Oceana Shipyard Institutional - Oceana Shipyard Brazil – State of Santa Catarina – Itajaí City Oceana Shipyard Itajaí City
  8. 8. 8 Institutional - Oceana Shipyard
  9. 9. 9 Institutional - Oceana Shipyard Capacity 6 PSV’s per year
  10. 10. 10 Institutional - Oceana Shipyard’s Portfolio 2 PSV’s 4500 delivered Ulstein Design 6 AHTS’s 18000 started in May/2015 Havyard Design
  11. 11. 11 Agenda  Planning and Control System  Choosing ERM: Challenges to Overcome  Deployment  Information Flow / Integration with SAP  Strong Points / Opportunities  Next Steps
  12. 12. 12 Choosing ERM: Challenges to Overcome shipbuilding driven system for production planning and control
  13. 13. 13 Choosing ERM: Challenges to Overcome Marine high-level Processes Material Definition BOM Management Demand Management Order Management Order Fulfillment Production / Fabrication Project Delivery Project Planning Production Planning 3rd Party Man-hour Interface Cost Control Hull & Outfitting / 3rd Party CAD System Invoice Verification & Financials Interface Engineering Adapter Supply Chain Fabrication & Delivery Construction Management
  14. 14. 14 Deployment Installation Training Setup Data Migration Go-Live Assisted Operation Preparation Go-Live 7 weeks Project 12 weeks
  15. 15. 15 SAP Project Planning Information Flow ERM ENG PLAN PROC & WARE Production Planning Issue DRL (Delivery Request List) Issue Job Card Bom List Issue TMR (Technical Mat. Requisition) Fabricate list and Drawing Catalogue WP and WO Material Association Material Control Picking PROD Job Progress Man-Hour Back Reporting
  16. 16. 16 Integration with SAP Planning Production Engineering ERM SAP Supply Chain Material Mgmt Stores Mgmt Procurement Tax Finance MH Control HR I N T E R F A C E
  17. 17. 17 Results Project Planning & Control
  18. 18. 18 Results follow up S curve week 29 - 2014
  19. 19. 19 Results keel laying week 40 - 2014
  20. 20. 20 Results moving to slipway week 24 - 2015
  21. 21. 21 Results launching week 36 - 2015
  22. 22. 22 Results delivery week 12 - 2016
  23. 23. 23 Strong Points / Opportunities
  24. 24. 24 Next Steps... deepen the knowledge and the use of ERM to support shipbuilding processes at Oceana
  25. 25. 25 “Chance favors the prepared mind.” Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) Quote
  26. 26. 26 Thank you! Juliano Pamplona Planning Department +55 (47) 3404-6706 juliano.pamplona@grupocbo.com.br
  27. 27. Copyright © 2016 AVEVA Solutions Limited and its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. Learn how you can share the same success Oceana Shipyard have with AVEVA by getting in touch with out team here or visiting www.aveva.com. avevaworld.com @aveva /aveva

Juliano Pamplona, Oceana Shipyard discusses the ‘Changing Concept of Production Planning and Control with AVEVA ERM’ at the AVEVA World Summit, 2016 in New Orleans. Learn how planning concept and interface activities between Engineering, Procurement, Warehouse, and Planning departments are planned through AVEVA ERM. Juliana also explains the challenges on shipyard implementation, ERM selection process and the steps of AVEVA ERM implementation and integration with SAP. As a result, AVEVA were able to support shipbuilding processes at Oceana through the use of ERM. Find out more about how AVEVA can support your business >> www.aveva.com

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