A specialist in power transmissions and management to deliver the necessary mechanical energy to engine accessories or aircraft.
Its engine manufacturers: Snecma, Rolls-Royce, General Electric.
Its aircraft customers: Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Dassault Aviation, Eurocopter and Gulfstream.
The challenge: A progress approach, based on a logistics process simplification policy and a search for efficiency via “lean” and “six sigma” methodology.
Specifics of the equipment managed:
Standard products purchased such as: screws and bolts, fastenings, seals, plastic plugs, etc. – rough castings, parts, production tools, general purchased equipment, products contained in drums or cans, raw materials, semi-finished / finished products (casings, sprockets, original equipment power transmission equipment, testing equipment, tools).
Onsite logistics services:
Service covering receiving, inspection of products purchased and rough castings on receipt with management of the quarantine and inspection-in-process warehouse, management of inter-operation and shuttle packing, internal approach with traceability (pickup and drop off stations), conditioning and packing, shipment and steering of transport (“known consignor” procedure).
Specific training and accreditation:
Airfreight security – known consignor procedure (18.104.22.168.: access to secure identifiable airfreight, 11.2.2.: basic Civil Aviation security training, 11.2.4. and 11.2.5.: security administrator
Safety: risk prevention linked to physical activity (movements and posture)