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  1. 1. Introducing Freelog consulting and our expertise in industry January, 2010
  2. 2. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information 2 Agenda  Freelog presentation & expertise  Main references in Supply Chain Management & operational excellence  Your contacts
  3. 3. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information 3  Freelog is a consulting company, specialized in industrial performance improvement, especially in the domains of product designing, their industrialization and Supply Chain.  As of January 2010, the team of Freelog includes more than 10 consultants issued from operations (Air France, Danone, DHL, IBM…) and trained with best consulting methodologies (BearingPoint, Gemini Consulting, McKinsey).  We have acquired through both our project experience and the network we have developed, a real capacity to work internationally, in Europe, America and in Asia  Cost reduction and/or service level improvement by:  Process re-engineering  Purchasing enhancement  Operation steering  Definition of strategic priorities and deployment plan  Service level recovery Our service offering  Operational skills of our consultants  Innovative methods and simple tools, developed through a customized approach  A solid commitment to our clients over the long term based on result achievements What makes us different Freelog helps decision-makers carry out projects to ensure sustainable competitive advantage with a high operational focus
  4. 4. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Our consultants have a real capacity to work internationally 4 Brazil: -Arcelor Mittal -Eurocopter -Embraer Brazil: -Arcelor Mittal -Eurocopter -Embraer US & Canada -Essilor -Thales -Eurocopter US & Canada -Essilor -Thales -Eurocopter Mexico -Eurocopter Mexico -Eurocopter Singapor: -Eurocopter -Thales -Safran -Essilor Singapor: -Eurocopter -Thales -Safran -Essilor China: -DMG China: -DMG Spain: -Airbus Military Spain: -Airbus Military Hungary: -Carrier -Xerox Hungary: -Carrier -Xerox
  5. 5. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information 5 Freelog is acting on all steering levels of the Supply Chain Operational Tactical Strategy • Complex logistic network redesign • Outsourcing strategy definition (Transport or LSP providers) and implementation follow up • Customers service segmentation and offer definition • Storage strategy • ./. • Demand planning, forecast and procurement process definition • Stock optimization (spare parts sector) • Services purchasing rationalization • Transport plan optimization • ./. • Warehouse processes optimization (Activity Base Costing) • Transport management and freight cost audit • TMS & WMS solution implementation • Packaging management • Recovery operations • ./. STEERINGLEVELS Project types :
  6. 6. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Freelog consutling helps you to identify and to enhance leverages of your performance Service level improvement Operational excellence enhancement Operational costs reduction Stock reduction  Logistics cycle times reduction  Collaborative process with customer or supplier  Dashboard setting up  Transport network organization  Transport optimization  Platform & warehouse rationalization  Storage strategy  Planning methods  Supply management  Stock balancing  Industrial performance (Lean manufacturing best practices)  Purchases, sourcing, supplier development  Design & redesign to cost 6
  7. 7. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information The client is at the heart of our business model A capacity to commit with the operational management until results are obtained A pragmatic professional model carried out by our consultants, the guarantee of the quality and homogeneity of our interventions Strong assets to lead projects to the target: • Pragmatic and innovative methodologies • High Knowledge of Supply Chain organizations • Close customer support in recovery phases A capacity for accompanying our clients in all of their competitiveness issues by combining functional methodologies and sector specific know-how A team working closely with the customer, and aligned around common professional values
  8. 8. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information 8 Sommaire  Freelog presentation & expertise  Main references in Supply Chain Management & Operational excellence  Your contacts
  9. 9. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Spare storage strategy and stock reduction plan  Spares stock rationalization and definitions of collection to reach a service level at 92% (Stock Collection Adequacy)  Stock reduction achievements:  29% for Brazil  27% for Mexico  31% for Canada  Rationalize spares stocks and define the most adapted collections regarding Eurocopter global policy and fleets concerned  Determine an adapted Stock reduction action plan without any impacts on the service level AchievementsMain goals Stock optimization 9
  10. 10. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information European transport call for tender assistance for supply flows  Contract finalization with the transport provider selected  Purchase cost reduction between 10% and 15% depending on the selected countries  Global cost reduction at the truck level on the inbound transport scope AchievementsMain goals Transport optimization 10
  11. 11. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Lean manufacturing program for an automotive supplier  Industrial cycle time reduced by 30% in 16 months  15% cost savings one year after the project’s start  A dynamic of improvement elaborated & Lean best practices appropriated  Develop the commitment of the whole manufacture into a lean approach (Value Stream Mapping approach)  Recover quickly service level and reduce industrial cycle times by 20%  Realize a sustainable productivity enhancement by 15% in a two years period AchievementsMain goals Lean Manufacturing 11 Transition form homogeneous work stations to production lines
  12. 12. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Rationalization and transfer of the spare activity  Resources reduction by 30% for a service level improvement by 10%  Layout optimization: Surface reduction by 40%  Service level keeping during the transition phase  Manage the transfer of a spare warehouse by rationalizing in advance stock and operations AchievementsMain goals Warehousing performance / Stock reduction 12
  13. 13. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Logistics service level recovery of the central warehouse  Receiving cycle times reduction by 30%  Planning collaborative process setting up with the replenishment process  Administrative flow processing within 24 hours (previously 3 days)  Cycle times reduction ( receiving process & put away process)  Identification of productivity enhancements for internal operations in the warehouse & Road map design AchievementsMain goals Warehousing performance 13
  14. 14. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Worldwide network design for Spares & Repairs  Quick savings about 8% on transport area without any organization changes  Potential savings on the Supply Chain organization estimated at 20% without any subsidiaries changes  Test different organization scenarios taking into account commercial offer and expected delays (TAT)  Identify & quantify performance improvement opportunities AchievementsMain goals Network design 14
  15. 15. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Supplying modes re- engineering & cost reduction  Definition of the supply policy regarding parts (VMI, call off, consignment, factory warehouse)  Stock reduction : - 55%  Logistics costs : -10%  Reduce the stock turnover ratio by 50%  Rationalize logistics master plan (several extern storage points)  Improve the service level & Reduce the supply lead-times AchievementsMain goals Supply optimization / Stock redcuction 15
  16. 16. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Enhance industrial equipment availability in a manufacture  Productivity enhanced by 35% for the finishing process  Introduction to the Lean Manufacturing best practices  Enhance the productivity of the finishing treatment process in the manufacture  Identify with SMED tool, sources of waste and potential optimization  Propose logical & technical solutions to reach significant production cycle time reduction Main AchievementsMain goals Lean manufacturing 16
  17. 17. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Logistics service re engineering (warehousing, packing & transport)  25% cost reduction approved by controller on handling, packing & transport  Effectively achieved after one year implementation by customer  Eradicate offloading in logistics flows for receiving and shipment processes  Reduce human trips in the plant  Develop leaner process in order to reduce warehousing & handling costs while increasing service levels  Reduce packing cost. AchievementsMain goals Flow optimization / Lean warehousing 17
  18. 18. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Import cycle times optimization for Spare business from France to Brazil  Economics & logistics justification to settle a bounded warehouse in Brazil  Import cycle times optimization:  Benefit of 80% for AOG  Benefit of 60% for Rush  Benefit of 44% for Routines  Reduce cycle times from « Ready to Ship » spare parts from France to the Brazilian subsidiary  Realize a large benchmarking regarding import practices in the Brazilian market, especially for AOG status AchievementsMain goals Logistics flow optimization Cas 1 : Commande AOG Broker US ou EU 17 Dédouanement + Livraison 1j 2 jours courus Cas 2 : Commande Broker US ou EU RFQ Préparation Dédouanement LivraisonTransport 1j 1j 4j 1j 7 jours courus + RFQ + Préparation + Transport 1j 18
  19. 19. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Delays and transport costs reduction  European logistics hub setting up  Transition from a « International Express » transport mode to a « Freight forwarder » mode  Custom operations simplification (PDU)  Cost reduction & delay reduction to 48 hours  Reduce supplying transport cost from Asia to Europe  Reduce delays by offering a 48 hours service for majority of countries in Europe Main AchievementsMain goals Transport optimization 19
  20. 20. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information A worldwide food product warehousing performance program development  The program has been effectively launched  Countries are measured at 80% in the referential  Pilot countries have defined action plans  Cost reduction lead to a short term trend of 10% on the global expenses Define the referential allowing for maturity evaluation and standard progress action implementation • Through internal & external best practice definition • Through mean allocation evaluation AchievementsMain goals Warehousing performance 20
  21. 21. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Stock reduction proccess setting up for dead stock  Validation of the potential stock reduction estimated ay 25 millions Euros  A dynamic, safe and operational process in order to reduce dead stock approved by the executive committee  Speed up & organize the process of decision concerning stock to scrap or to buy back  Validate the stock reduction process with executive committee (Financial stake estimated at 25 Millions Euros) Main achievementsObjectives Stock optimisation 21
  22. 22. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information They also trusted us… Defense & Aerospace Process industries Logistics providers RetailAutomotive 22
  23. 23. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information 23 Sommaire  Freelog presentation & expertise  Main references in Supply Chain Management & Operational excellence  Your contacts
  24. 24. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Some of your contacts Jean François MICHEL Partner Mobile + 33 6 20 02 30 97 e-mail : jfmichel@free-log.com Charly LIMOU Manager Mobile + 33 6 63 75 03 41 e-mail : climou@free-log.com 24  Jean-François Michel, founder & CEO of Freelog, has 10 years consulting experience in Supply Chain and logistics operations.  He was previously CEO of Europarts logistic service provider and business development manager for GEODIS.  He has designed supply chain & logistics strategy and organizations in complex environments for DCNS, Thales, Air France Industries, Thomson,…  Charly Limou, mechanical engineer, has 45years consulting experience in Supply Chain & Lean Manufacturing  He was previously consultant in BearingPoint (formerly Arthur Andersen) and mainly dealt with supply chain and manufacturing issues in Aerospace and process industries  He has led many projects abroad as Brazil, Mexico, China and Canada in aerospace environments
  25. 25. © 2010 FREELOG Consulting. Confidential and Proprietary Information Freelog consulting Results oriented consultants 151 Bd Haussmann 75008 PARIS www.free-log.com

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