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Through Life Costing An Industrial Perspective By Dale-Martin Parker JSF Operations Manager GE Aviation.
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Through life Costing Over 150 years of continuous development and components for the first autos in 1900s exited auto components and clocks c1980 Launch of JSF 2008 jewellery shops started making clocks, watches in at the birth of aviation Supplied engine indicators to Concorde 1967 Became part of GE 2007 entered US defense sector in 1987 entered US defence sector in 1987 Sam Smith founded the company in 1851 Transferred from Cricklewood to Cheltenham in 1939 Volume manufacture 19th century 20th century 21st C
Through life Costing • Aerospace • Vs • Consumer What makes Aerospace so special?
Through life Costing • Consumer products tend to fall into the following categories • Low – Medium -High Complexity • Light bulbs to mobile phones • High Volume • 1000s off per week • Short Life • Replace after 1 year • Low Cost • £100 not £1000
Through life Costing • Consumer products are designed to meet the mass market and often designed to meet a fixed price How many features can we get into this product for say £100?
Through life Costing • Aerospace Systems products fall into the following categories • High Complexity • Life dependent • Low Volume • 1 off per year up to 3000 off per year • Long Life • Up to 30 years and longer • High Cost • £1000 not £100
Through life Costing • Aerospace Systems products are bespoke • Designed to customer requirements • Concurrent • development
Through life Costing • Gone are the days of Cost Plus • Customers now often demand fixed cost pricing at the quotation stage • Cost to develop Product • Cost to Qualify the Product • Cost to manufacture finished product • Cost to maintain the Product • Year on year cost reductions • Through the life of the product • Technology refresh • Last time buys
Through life Costing • Mean time between fails • AOG (aircraft on ground) • Requirements of Military vs Commercial Aircraft • Specifications
Through life Costing • Complex Manual costing process Many departments • R & D • Total Cost to design and develop product • Procurement • Cost of parts during life of product • Manufacturing Operations • Tooling, Labour costs, Capital investment • Outsource costing (low cost economies) • Is out source an option BABSON • Component Engineering • New parts, obsolete parts
Through life Costing • Finance • Exchange rate • Sales & Marketing • What can the market take • Qualification • Very high cost for full qualification • Quality & Safety • Safety Critical device • Customer Services • Cost of after sales and warranty
Through life Costing • Spreadsheet • Historical data • Internal & External Data • Slow Manual Process • Toll Gate Process • Bid no Bid / Retirement
Through life Costing The Future • The Discerning Customer • Faster turn round for quotes • Even more cost conscious • Environmental Impact • Pay by Flight
Through life Costing The Future As the competition increases and with increased pressure on product pricing & environmental issues not considering Through Life Costing will prove fatal to companies who ignore it or get it wrong