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Introduced at DUTIV.org September 2004 Canadian Car Industry Canadian Get together Plants Constructing agent Items Vehicles Key toward the North American Market CAMI Suzuki Equinox * ** DAIMLER/CHRYSLER Magnum/300M * ** Avoid Troop/Chrysler Town and Nation 2004 Pacifica* Passage
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Displayed at DUTIV.org September 2004 Canadian Automotive Industry

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Canadian Assembly Plants ASSEMBLER PRODUCTS Vehicles Key toward the North American Market CAMI Suzuki Equinox * ** DAIMLER/CHRYSLER Magnum/300M * ** Dodge Caravan/Chrysler Town & Country 2004 Pacifica* FORD Freestar * (in the past Windstar) F-Series Pickup Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis/Marauder* GM Chevrolet Impala, Monte Carlo * 2004 Grand Prix* Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra Trucks Buick Century, Regal * HONDA Acura EL*/Civic Hatchback * Odyssey, Pilot* Acura MDX Coming-A Pick-up Truck TOYOTA Corolla Matrix, Lexus RX 330 Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ© * Solely Ontario-Sourced ** New Vehicle Launch Source: APMA

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Canadian Assembly Plants Total 550,000 individuals utilized in the business. 20 gathering plants 550 sections assembling plants Capacities (000): Oshawa (566) Brampton (250) Alliston (368) Oakville (294) Cambridge (211) Ingersoll (107) Windsor (273) St. Thomas (237) Source: APMA Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Parts Manufacturers International Dana Delphi Ube Nemak Eaton Textron, Oetiker TRW, Lear Seating Johnson Controls Canadian Magna Woodbridge Linamar Wescast ABC Group Dominion AG Simpson Trillium Metal Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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3,500,000 3,000,000 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 0 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Est. Source: APMA Source: APMA Vehicle Production 1992-2003 Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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OEM Supplier Shipments 1991-2003 NAFTA Source: APMA Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Canada – US Automotive Trade $67 b autos and trucks $24 b parts, motors $26 b autos and trucks $38 b parts, motors Source: Statistics Canada 2002 Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Automotive Statistics, Canada Shipments of all vehicles and parts: $100 billion+ 23.2 hours of work for each vehicle (19.9 for every light) auto gathering Total 550,000 utilized by the business 20 plants, 554 sections makers, 3,600 dealerships 2.6 million units generation, 1.7 million units residential deals Production: 55% autos, 45% light trucks, vans, utility 19 million vehicles in operations, 2.3% of world’s offer $82.7 billion vehicles sold at 3,600 merchants in 2002 $17.4 billion sections sold at reseller\'s exchange Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Automotive Statistics, Canada 12% of GDP originates from the car area 85-90% of creation is sent out 8 th biggest vehicle producer on the planet $22 billion direct venture in the course of the most recent decade $7.2 billion exchange surplus for every year Cost of assembling: USA = 100, Canada = 94 Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Automotive Statistics North America 2002 Canada US Mexico Population 32 m 290 m 102 m Vehicle Sales 1.7 m 17.1 m 1 m Production units 2.6 m 12.3 m 1.8 m Assembly Employees 51,000 331,100 57,500 Parts Mfg. Representatives 98,100 489,400 390,000 Vehicles per Assembler 52 37 31 Light Auto work hrs. 20-24 21-29 … Production for each 1000 84 43 18 Sales for every 1000 people 55 59 10 Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Competitive Applications Continuous profitability change and expense diminishments JIT and TQM applications, particularly on shop floor Focus on affirmation of suppliers More secluded frameworks fabricated by Tier 1 suppliers Integrated R&D with OEM utilizing simultaneous designing Integration of production network, shop floor control, ERP frameworks Sequenced conveyance, dispensing with stock for extravagant things QS9000 and TS16949 benchmarks with procedure introductions Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Trends to watch Supply chain perceivability from OEMs into Tier 2 organizations Synchronized arranging and execution (OEM  Tier 1  Tier 2  ) More ERP, CRM and SRM coordination Collaborative Planning Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR) Six sigma and incline fabricating applications Tier 0.5 idea is in progress Outsourcing of IT, logistics, HR, and comparable administrations Global improvement of secondary selling supplies Environmentally inviting and fuel-proficient vehicles Hybrid vehicles, energy units, sunlight based force Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Inventory in Supply Chain WIP FG RM OEM Tier 1 Tier 2 TRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING COMPANIES Lead times are long, weeks or months arranging SRM arranging SRM arranging OEM Tier 2 Tier 1 Delivery Manufacturing Assembly Manufacturing ADVANCED COMPANIES REPLACE INVENTORY WITH INFORMATION CAPACITY IS REPLACED WITH CAPABILITY TO DELIVER Lead times are short; hours or minutes Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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JIT OEM Bulk conveyance Just in Time Delivery - Example JIT Warehouse Supplier Demand Pull Supplier conveys mass shipments to JIT Warehouse taking into account utilize and set cutoff points Warehouse breaks the stock into littler conveyance holders OEM sends Kanban draw solicitation to the stockroom taking into account utilization Warehouse conveys particular renewal amount to OEM Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Other 1 st Tier Suppliers OE Painted Body Storage Point of Pay OE Assembly Line 1 st Tier Facility JIT Broadcast Point of Assembly JIT Sequenced Sequencing Assembly Line Returnable compartments JIT Synchronization - Example Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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OEM Satellite Model 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 1 st Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 1 st Tier OEM Tier 0.5 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 1 st Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier 2 nd Tier Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Canadian Investments in Automotive Industry - Turkey Dominion Spring and Stamping (Dominyay ve Makina Sanayii) serving Mekaplast, Bosch, Teba, Arcelik, and so on. Intier (through Italy) Technology exchanges conceivable outcomes License assentions potential outcomes Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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Canadian Turkish Business Council www.ctbc.ca Promotes respective exchange/speculation in the middle of Canada and Turkey Volunteer and not-revenue driven, keep running by corporate agents Establishes a discussion for business and venture Provides systems administration and experience sharing Facilitates access to every business sector Regular exchange missions by senior level business and government, one booked Spring 2005 to Turkey Advocacy for Canadian-Turkish business premiums Sponsored by Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, Ontario Investment, International Trade Canada, … Counterpart: DEIK and Turkish Canadian Business Council Canadian Auto Industry - ABCAN Consultingâ©

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ABCAN Consulting Inc. www.abcanconsulting.com Consulting in store network, operations administration, mechanical building, endeavor asset arranging Solutions for assembling organizations in supplier relationship administration (SRM), ERP, JIT, CI Education and preparing in operations administration 25 years of aptitude in assembling, ERP, JIT, SCM, SRM and reconciliation of business frameworks Offices in Canada, US and Turkey Canadian Auto In

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