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Report
World Class Operations’ programs
Cost
• Integrated Cost Reduction (ICR)
• Business Excellence (BE)
Footprint
• Fast growing markets
• Restructuring
Capital
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Regional supplier base
Manufacturing flexibility
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Luc Graux
Director,
Manufacturing
& Demand
Chain
Direct material
Cost
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Value added
Direct material
Cost reduction direct material
Continue implementation of
Integrated Cost Reduction (ICR)
program
2
Review
technical
solutions
• Supplier workshops
• Cost improvement activities
3
Optimize
sourcing
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3 ICR levels
1
Review
product
specifications
Direct material
ICR direct material savings
800
600
400
200
0
2007
2008
2009
Status
• Program started in 2007
• Replication to all product
lines completed
• Savings in line with plan
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2010
2011
2012
2013
Next steps
1) Implementation of current
saving ideas
2) Focus more on specification
and design
3) ICR in all new customer offers
Direct material
Achievements – main projects
• Optimizing forging design to reduce weight
Before
After
-20% on component cost
• Launch new ABS sensors concept with new supplier
-25% on component cost
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Value added
Business Excellence (BE)
Business Excellence for manufacturing
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Value added
Driving Business Excellence
Intro BE
Building
BE culture
Spreading
BE culture
Harvesting
•
Business
Excellence for
Transactional
processes
•
Factory Manager
Seminars
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Deployment process
and focus areas
Tools, methods and
manufacturing standards
2014…
2013
•
KPI
Core team and
Boot camps
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Benefit tracking,
contribution to results
and improvements
Value added
Excellence contributs to result (first 22 units)
Waste reduction (SEKm)
Waste reduction
2013
YTD July 2014
Target 2014
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Labour costs
Shop supplies
Maintenance and repairs
Non-quality costs
YTD savings doubled vs 2013
Inventory coverage –
% of sales
2013
YTD July 2014
Target 2014
Reduction of inventory to sales ratio by 15%
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Delivery performance
2013
YTD July 2014
Target 2014
Improvement of on time delivery by 22%
Value added
Strengthen maintenance excellence and training
Maintenance excellence:
Learning center:
a program to reduce unplanned
stops and improve
machine uptime
a factory dedicated area for
hands-on training
Operational
Learning centers
started in fast
growing markets
2013:
2014 :
2015:
Operational
Target 2015
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8
14
21
Footprint
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Expanding manufacturing in fast growing markets
Kalofer (Bulgaria)
Factory extension (2014)
Seals
Mysore (India)
Green field (2012)
Seals
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Jinan (China)
Green field (2012)
Truck bearings
Shanghai ATCII (China)
Green field (2014)
Car wheel bearings
On-going manufacturing restructuring
• Seals West-Europe: Transferring selected products from Italy to Bulgaria
• France: Consolidate several manufacturing units into St Cyr site
• USA: Consolidation of Franklin into Seneca, and closing Franklin
• Brazil: Down-sizing operations and head office in line with market
Bulgaria
Brazil
Italy
France
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USA
Automotive footprint synchronization
2013
Sales
Production
Europe
India
45 factories in 39 locations
1) Localization of supply in fast growing
markets + 50% since 2008
2) Current alignment between local
demand and local supply: 90%
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China
North America Latin America
Further benefits of footprint adjustments
Flexibility - Faster response to customer
demands
Currency - Risk exposure reduction
Capital - Inventory reduction
Transport - Risk and CO2 reduction
Capital
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Flexible manufacturing
Overview
• New standardized manufacturing concept
• Modular technology
• Pilot project installations
Benefits
• Increased manufacturing flexibility to
follow customer demand
• Reduced operating cost and capital
expenditure
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Flexi process technology
Right technology for each manufacturing set-up!
Super flexi model
Flexi model
Cost
High volume model
Volume
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Super flexible technology
• Alternative to conventional machining
• Resetting time: 1/10
• Tooling cost: 1/10
Achievements
• > 1 million bearings produced
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Capital efficiency
Factory model standardization
Machine standardization
Inventory reduction model
• Supplier program
• Manufacturing flexibility
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Robust supplier base
Build strategic supplier relationships and
Strategic
a high performing supplier base
suppliers
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Optimizing cost with a robust supplier base
Europe
Global
• Build East Europe supply base
• Supply base consolidation
• Dual sourcing policy
• Strategic partnership with key
suppliers
• Supplier localization
• Lead-time and delivery
improvement
Asia
• Strengthen supply base in Asia
(India, China)
North and Latin America
• Develop local supply in Mexico
and Latin America
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Key directions
Safety first
• A safe working environment in our factories
Quality and Business Excellence
• Quality Management System
• Business Excellence for Manufacturing
One SKF in Purchasing
• Robust supplier base and regional supply
• Continuous cost reductions through ICR
Technology Strategy
• Focus on standardization and flexibility
• Strong link from innovation to factory
Supply Chain
• Supplier localization program
• Manufacturing flexibility
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