Thales and SC21
IAQG/SC21General Assembly Meeting, 22 October, York
Thales serves three markets
Thales around the world
DEFENCE (50%)
68,000 employees
in 50 countries
Serving the defence, aerospace and
security markets
Air ● Land ● Naval ● Joint
More than £11bn revenue
AEROSPACE & SPACE (25%)
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SECURITY (25%)
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Thales UK
Thales UK participates in all three market segments
In top five leading suppliers to UK MoD
4,000 engineers & technicians
 90% qualified to degree level or above
Invested more than £3bn in UK over last 10 years
90% of sales to the MoD are UK sourced
2009 sales: £1.5bn
 Backlog of orders circa £4bn
 60% turnover from defence: 40% from civil
 2008 was 120th anniversary of Thales in the UK
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Thales UK
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SC21 Activities
 One of the 19 founder signatories in 2006
 Actively involved in the original design of the SC21 tools and
techniques
 Hold seats on both SC21 steering committees (ADS/Scotland)
 Thales led Tranche I implementations, 7 suppliers
 Active Electronics, ACW, Aeroflex, Astute, Kenard, Paramount Precision, Paramount
Panels
 Four awards secured to date; ACW – Silver, Astute Electronics – Bronze; Active
Electronics – Bronze; Paramount Precision - Bronze
 Seven further Thales led Tranche II companies being taken through
programme, all have published CSIPs
 Chess Dynamics, ITT ICS UK, Di-Spark; Labtech Microwave, Merlin Flexible Circuits,
New Chapel Electronics, Ilford Engineering
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SC21 Activities
 Regional cluster approach in conjunction with RDA’s adopted as Thales
preferred approach to widen deployment throughout Thales UK
supplier base
 Thales led Tranche III South West Cluster, 4 suppliers
 Westminster Engineering, NFF Precision Ltd, J+S Ltd, AB Precision (Poole),
 All companies working towards publishing CSIP
 Thales led Tranche IV South East Cluster launched 4th October, 7
suppliers
 Thales Optronics actively involved in Scottish SC21 programme
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SC21 Activities
 Six SC21 awareness seminars/workshops held throughout Thales UK
businesses
 Workshop feedback used to help re-design Thales UK supplier
management/performance processes
 These processes reflect SC21 principles, and contain all SC21 tools and
techniques
 Redesigned processes being embedded throughout Thales UK
 Whilst SC21 engagement will not be mandatory for our suppliers, it
will be seen as a ‘virtue’!
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Purchasing Strategy – Supplier Base
1200
1000
M E u ro
800
95%
100%
989 M Eur o
1039 M Eur o
733 ( 20% ) Supplier s
3593 ( 100% ) Supplier s
80%
833 M Eur o
600
187 ( 5% ) Supplier s
400
Cumulativ e MEur o
200
0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
N o o f S u p p lie rs
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3000
3500
4000
Purchasing Strategy – Supplier Base
A - Class Suppliers (80%)
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
2009
8
2010
2011
2012
2013
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2014
Purchasing Strategy – Supplier Base
B - Class Suppliers (95%)
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
2009
9
2010
2011
2012
2013
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2014
Purchasing Strategy – Supplier Base
C - Class Suppliers (last 5%)
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
2009
10
2010
2011
2012
2013
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2014
Purchasing Strategy – Supplier Base
Total Suppliers
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
2009
11
2010
2011
2012
2013
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2014
Purchasing Strategy – Supplier Performance
On Time In Full (OTIF)
100%
95%
90%
85%
80%
75%
70%
2009
12
2010
2011
2012
2013
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2014
Purchasing Strategy – Supplier Performance
Right First Time
100%
95%
90%
85%
80%
2009
13
2010
2011
2012
2013
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2014
Purchasing Strategy and SC21
 Strong need to rationalise and consolidate; Target – reduce by 60% by
2014
 3,593 suppliers; ‘exaggerated’ Pareto, 5% of spend with 95% of supplier count
 Only 11% of suppliers used by more than one business
 Strategy is to outsource at a higher level
 Sub-assembly/assembly level, to focus on core systems integrator capability
 Tier/‘C’ Class service solutions
 Performance improvement critical
 UK average OTIF 82% - target >95%
 UK average supplier quality 92% - target >99%
 SC21 engagement will play a key role: selectable 40%
 Competitive (typically lean, customer focused, adaptive)
 Demonstrable, sustainable high performance
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