SDV is exhibiting at the Paris Air Show, the world's leading aviation and space event held at the Bourget Exhibition Centre from June 15-21, 2015 (booth D107, Hall 2B).
The aeronautical supply chain is part of a tense logistics flows, operational excellence and performance commitments. In a highly evolving context of globalization of demand and logistics outsourcing, SDV will showcase its expertise dedicated to the international aerospace and defense industry sector (including aircraft and helicopter manufacturers, airlines and other operators, engine manufacturers, OEMs and MROs).
Supply of parts and sets of multiple origins, synchronization of production chain deliveries or stopover, delivery and management of flows related to the maintenance of aircrafts: SDV teams operate the re-engineering of organizations based on an analysis of existing situation and develop secured, optimized and scalable solutions. They are coordinated by SDV control towers located close to customers, and supported by a powerful supply chain management tool. Dynamic control of flows is permitted by management of alerts to apply alternative scenarios in case of unforeseen circumstances. The analysis of performance indicators resulted in the conduct of continuous improvement.
This expertise allows the strong growth of major aviation groups and especially the constellation of actors integrated within their supply chain.
SDV’s expertise is based on a network of specialists in more than 100 countries with 1,200 people trained in the techniques of the sector, spread within operational structures, and mobilized 24/7 to ensure the management of sensitive flows.
A network of platforms (Sydney, Singapore, Tokyo, Shanghai, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Dubai, Johannesburg, Los Angeles, New York...) is located at all major hubs and closed from airport maintenance areas, under controlled temperature. Approved for aviation standards, they are suited for storing and handling large volumes, as well as value-added operations (quality control, assembly, and packaging).