Commercial aviation faces pressures from several fronts, including volatile gas prices, demands for low airfares, a global multi-echelon supply chain, and the need to keep the fleet flight-ready at all times.
One of the key aircraft availability drivers is time spent in maintenance.
By instituting a high-velocity maintenance program, airlines can streamline the MRO process to achieve maximum depot productivity.
However, optimal maintenance can only be performed when a complete set of needs is satisfied, including part availability.
Optimization of inventory across a network of globally distributed supplier requires a truly holistic view of market, landscape, and supply chain.
Join PTC’s General H. Brent Baker and the expert team of Embraer for the one-hour interactive workshop to learn how a system view of parts forecasting leads to maximum fleet availability
- Streamlining the MRO process: Advantages of a holistic view of high-velocity aircraft maintenance (HVM). Key benefits & implications:
- Increased fleet availability and improved maintenance performance.
- Inventory optimization tuned to fleet activity and routing.
- Global asset visibility and planning.
- Advanced Service Parts forecasting. Learn how to eliminate the most frequent source of work stoppages and missed targets.
- Improving business outcomes with innovative service parts management (SPM) strategy. Find out how the new approach to SPM helped Embraer get a \$26M profit increase and \$50M+ in cost savings with no increase in staff headcount.
Join our workshop part of the MRO Middle East 2017 Expo
Who Should Attend
- Carriers and their internal maintenance organizations (MRO).
- OEMs, distributors, as well as service providers for outsourced MRO operations.
- Warfighter service logistics network.
- DOD contractors supporting Performance Based Logistics (PBL) contracts.
H. Brent Baker Sr.
In his role at PTC, General Baker is responsible for strategic planning and business development in the worldwide FA&D market vertical ...with a specific focus on gaining first-to-market competitive advantage in the adoption of technology and smart, connected enterprise solutions. In his role in the United States Air Force, General Baker was most recently Vice Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The command employs some 80,000 people and manages $60 billion annually in research, development, test and evaluation, while providing the acquisition management services and logistics support required to develop, procure and sustain Air Force weapon systems.Read more
After receiving Master Degree in Aerospace Engineering joined Airbus where worked for over 8 years in various positions from Customer Service (Germany) to Aircraft Sales (Middle East region) ...during which built extensive knowledge of Aircraft Spare Parts and Tools Supply Chain Management. Recently joined Embraer where works as Business Development Manager for the Embraer Services & Support organization responsible for Africa and Middle East regions.Read more
Recently joined PTC from Qantas Airways where he was the General Manager of Part Availability, and also managed their Supply Chain Service Transformation.
PTC (Nasdaq: PTC) delivers technology solutions that transform the way you create, operate and service products for a smart, connected world. For aviation maintenance, PTC’s best-in-class Service Lifecycle Management (SLM) solutions enable your organization to increase equipment uptime, reduce the cost and cycle times of maintenance and repair, ensure you have the right parts in the right location at the right time, and ensure industry and regulatory compliance.
Embraer is the leading manufacturer of commercial jets that seat up to 130 passengers. For nearly 50 years, the company’s aircraft have been the mainstay of airline fleets around the world. More than 900 of its 37 to 50-seat ERJs and 1,300 of its 70 to 130-seat E-Jets are in service with carriers on every continent. In February 2016, Embraer rolled out the first of three new E-Jet E2s, the next generation of E-Jets, that will enter revenue service in 2018.
Embraer has a vast network of 37 service centers around the world to support its customers and the 2,400 aircraft they operate. There are 12 Embraer Authorized Service Centers (EASC) and 25 locally-certified independent centers that service ERJs, E-Jets, and the venerable Brasilia and Bandeirante turboprops.Read more