Industrializing innovativealuminum solutions forthe aerospace industrySimon Laddychuk,VP Manufacturing/Director of Technol...
Outline Constellium Global Aerospace, a world-class supplier of aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry Changing tim...
Constellium Global Aerospace, Transportation and Industry:a world-class aerospace actor      Key figures                Un...
A broad and diversified portfolio                                    3
Outline Constellium Global Aerospace, a world-class supplier of aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry Changing tim...
Strong demand is driving increased production rates   Booming oil price                       Renewal of fleet with       ...
Within a tougher environment, innovation at all levelsof the supply chain is getting more complex                         ...
The double challenge for today’s aerospace suppliers                      Developing                         High         ...
Outline Constellium Global Aerospace, a world-class producer of aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry Changing tim...
AIRWARE “raises the bar” and resets the standardsfor next trade offs               High performance products with recogni...
AIRWARE - Where are we to date?               R&D                                                 Developed               ...
AIRWARE - Where are we to date?               R&D                                                   Developed             ...
We must transform our supply chain in order to    deliver the new industry requirements                                   ...
Two examples for how supply chain management canimpact industry economics (buy to fly)                        Our recycli...
Quality management is a lever to respond to higher    build rates                         Implementing QUINTIQ, a supply ...
Industrializing innovative aluminum solutionsfor the aerospace industry – Wrap up      Constellium Global Aerospace, a wor...
THANK YOU
Back-up slide: AIRWARE’s closed recycling loop                                                 17
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Civil Aviation Manufacturing Conference - Charlotte - May 9, 2012
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- Constellium Global Aerospace division, a world-class supplier of aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry
- Changing times & new challenges in the aerospace industry
- Mastering innovative aluminum solutions to tackle the new challenges of the aerospace industry: AIRWARE™ case study

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Industrializing innovative aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry - Simon Laddychuk, Director of Technology Constellium

  1. 1. Industrializing innovativealuminum solutions forthe aerospace industrySimon Laddychuk,VP Manufacturing/Director of TechnologyCivil Aviation Manufacturing ConferenceCharlotte - May 9, 2012
  2. 2. Outline Constellium Global Aerospace, a world-class supplier of aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry Changing times & new challenges in the aerospace industry Mastering innovative aluminum solutions to tackle the new challenges of the aerospace industry: AIRWARETM case study 1
  3. 3. Constellium Global Aerospace, Transportation and Industry:a world-class aerospace actor Key figures Unique R&D capabilities #1 worldwide on 200 scientists at CRV the aerospace plates working on proprietary technologies market 8 industrial sites in the United States, Major customers France and Switzerland Clients 217 000 t sales volume 3 300 employees 2
  4. 4. A broad and diversified portfolio 3
  5. 5. Outline Constellium Global Aerospace, a world-class supplier of aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry Changing times & new challenges in the aerospace industry Mastering innovative aluminum solutions to tackle the new challenges of the aerospace industry: AIRWARETM case study 4
  6. 6. Strong demand is driving increased production rates Booming oil price Renewal of fleet with higher performing aircraft Growing build-rates 33,500 new Increasing world’s airplanes will have passenger traffic to be on the market by 2030**Source: Boeing Market Outlook 2011-2030 5
  7. 7. Within a tougher environment, innovation at all levelsof the supply chain is getting more complex Weight Environmental constraints Sustainability Air traffic pressure Weight Emerging zones Performance Cost Booming oil prices Innovation and image New business models Cost 6
  8. 8. The double challenge for today’s aerospace suppliers Developing High Performing and High Quality Products while Increasing Build-rates 7
  9. 9. Outline Constellium Global Aerospace, a world-class producer of aluminum solutions for the aerospace industry Changing times & new challenges in the aerospace industry Mastering innovative aluminum solutions to tackle the new challenges of the aerospace industry: AIRWARETM case study 8
  10. 10. AIRWARE “raises the bar” and resets the standardsfor next trade offs  High performance products with recognized maturity level  Design Enhancements to increase benefits: untapped potential with 25% weight reduction with more recent technologies  Proven track record of aluminum manufacturing infrastructure  Usage properties (welding, fastening, forming, machining, surface treatments)  Opportunities to reduce maintenance/inspection cycles (corrosion, damage tolerance): intervals up to 12 years  Weight savings/fuel efficiency  100% recyclable without losses in properties  Value of scrap segregation and collection  Recycling is a patented process and a reality in our sites 9
  11. 11. AIRWARE - Where are we to date? R&D Developed new business innovation models Built facility & GotConceived plant Trained key product qualification stakeholders Invented Industrialize on technology applicationInvented Created new Developed product Designed supply chain new processes Qualified by industrial & testing OEMs scale methods prototype 10
  12. 12. AIRWARE - Where are we to date? R&D Developed new business innovation models Built facility & GotConceived plant Trained key product qualification stakeholders Invented Industrialize on technology applicationInvented Created new Developed product Designed supply chain new processes Qualified by industrial & testing OEMs scale methods prototype Integrating customers’ voice all along the process 11
  13. 13. We must transform our supply chain in order to deliver the new industry requirements Develop Develop Train key new Create new new stakeholders Industrialize on processes & supply business testing chain models application methods Build a full  Implement  Support  New  New inputs must be industrial scale changes to stakeholders by methodologies integrated to create a cast house existing creating learning developed in new supply capable to produce processes to be opportunities partnership chain – design AIRWARE™ at capable of for key users of including robustness with the of additional Issoire (France) producing the the new customer to complexity. new product material to realize full while master it in their Agility is necessary own supply chains potential: mastering the o sophisticated to capture the technology enough testing full potential of a methods to capture network of the potential of the plants by transition new material points with focus o AIRWARETM’s changing during the closed recycling maturity of loop industrialization AIRWARE: an opportunity to innovate in supply chain management 12
  14. 14. Two examples for how supply chain management canimpact industry economics (buy to fly)  Our recycling center is already operational in IssoireValorisation of high (France) and we have an ongoing project in Ravenswoodvalue scraps in the (USA). production chain  We provide support to OEMs and tier-suppliers for implementing best practices of scrap segregation  Pre-machining services, including surface machining, boring and drilling, reduce customer operations and buy- to-fly. Development  From 350 specs at foundry level, the Issoire plant is of tailor-made producing 8000 different specs, which implies a complexproducts & vertical flow management. integration  Adaptation of capabilities to answer clients’ new requirements: e.g. industrialization of A380 36 meter length plates 13
  15. 15. Quality management is a lever to respond to higher build rates  Implementing QUINTIQ, a supply Ensure the highest chain optimization program for aquality standards for better demand management products and processes are met  Optimized synchronization of flow up-stream/downstream with lower Improved inventories Customer Service  Making our plants more customer driven (ALL STARS program) Optimize supply  Implementation of a “step change chains to improve customer service & program” in quality management todelivery performance increase "right first time" 14
  16. 16. Industrializing innovative aluminum solutionsfor the aerospace industry – Wrap up Constellium Global Aerospace, a world-class producer of aluminum products and solutions for the aerospace industry Within a tougher environment, innovation at all levels of the supply chain is getting more of a necessity alongside product innovation To meet the aerospace industry’s new requirements, Constellium is developing new products and continuously improving the manufacturing supply chain 15
  17. 17. THANK YOU
  18. 18. Back-up slide: AIRWARE’s closed recycling loop 17

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