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The Future of Global Manufacturing(Internat. Aerospace Quality Group Strategies)

Georg Schrader


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Key Words

  • Organization of the International Aerospace Quality Group

  • Motivation for IAQG Founding and Development

  • IAQG till 2005

  • IAQG Strategy Today and Tomorrow

  • Cooperation and Support from Aviation Authorities

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IAQG Organization

International Aerospace Quality Group



General Assembly Forums







Whose purpose is:

Implement initiatives that make significant improvements in Quality and reduction in cost, throughout the value stream, by establishing and maintaining dynamic cooperation, based on trust, between international aerospace companies

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IAQG Members

  • Americas

  • The Boeing Company

  • Bombardier

  • CAE

  • Embraer

  • GE Aircraft Engines

  • Goodrich Corporation

  • Gulfstream

  • Honeywell Aerospace

  • Lockheed Martin

  • Northrop Grumman

  • Orbital

  • Parker Aerospace

  • Raytheon

  • Rockwell Collins

  • Rolls-Royce

  • Textron

  • United Technologies Corp.

  • Vought

  • PRI

  • SAE

  • Europe

  • Airbus


  • BAE Systems

  • Dassault Aviation

  • EADS


  • EADS Military

  • Eurocopter

  • Avio

  • Fokker Aerostructures

  • Westlands

  • Hegan

  • Hispano-Suiza

  • Israel Aircraft Industries

  • Messier-Bugatti

  • Messier-Dowty

  • MTU Aero engine

  • Rolls-Royce

  • SAAB Aerospace

  • Smiths Industries

  • SNECMA Moteurs

  • Sukhoi

  • Thales Avionics

  • Asia

  • AIDC

  • Aviation Industries of China

  • Fuji Heavy Industries

  • HdH

  • Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries

  • Kawasaki Heavy Ind

  • Korea Aerospace Ind

  • Korean Air Aerospace

  • Mitsubishi Heavy Ind

  • Shin Mayawa Ind

  • SJAC

  • Europe – Continued

  • Sonaca

  • Turbomeca

  • Volvo –Aero

  • PFW

  • Zodiac

  • ASD

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Motivation for IAQG Founding and Development

  • IAQG Members agreed in 1999 to establish common standards to

  • reduce duplication and waste

  • minimize variations

  • share resources and

  • speak with one voice

This was necessary in view of the rapid global extension ofprime companies and major suppliers as well as their international networks including the new markets.

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Motivation for IAQG Founding and Development

  • The reasons of other industries (e.g. textile) to invest in the new

  • market were very often

  • low cost structures

  • tax, government incentives

  • lower raw material costs etc. mostly cost-driven factors

  • For complex products the progress to cooperate with the new

  • market is more gradual and better controlled, e.g.

  • Offset agreements for production

  • Maintenance activities

  • Risk-sharing agreements for design and

  • complex components

  • Common research and design development

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Motivation for IAQG Founding and Development

  • The more complex the product, the more important is the pool of

  • qualified staff and an effective sub-tier supply base.

  • (There are e.g. 8.8 million young people with education in science and

  • engineering in China (growing) and e.g. 1.3 million in Germany (not

  • growing due to demographic effect))

  • To achieve a Quality Partnership on a global scale and on the

  • new market, we need

  • a high level of qualification and education

  • a high degree of standardization and

  • effective logistics and process management

  • IAQG accepted this task on the basis of international cooperation.

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IAQG till 2005

Successful development of a set of common global

standards and guidelines



Quality System






Inspection and



  • Manufacturing

  • Repair Stations

  • Distributors

  • Key Characteristics

  • Special Processes

  • Qualification of Standard

  • Parts

  • First Article Inspec.

  • 2-D Bar Code

  • 3-D Data Archiving

  • NDT Training

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IAQG Strategy



  • Quality Mgt. System

  • Process Capability

  • People Capability

  • Human Factors

  • Sub-tier Supplier Control

  • Evaluation

Relationship Growth Strategy

  • Space

  • Defense

  • Civil Authorities

  • Suppliers

  • Airlines

IAQG Operating Management System

  • Member Collaboration

  • Top Leader Involvement

  • IAQG Operational Efficiency

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IAQG Strategy Streams

  • Quality Management System

    Harmonization of system standards and regulatory requirements

  • Process Capability

    Extension of process management to the whole product life cycle

  • People Capability

    Staff and quality professional development, training/qualification standards

  • Human Factors

    Improvement of safety culture including cultural aspects and common

    understanding of quality terminology

  • Sub-tier Supplier Control

    Standardization of supply management methods including processes for

    asssessing the suppliers ability to select and manage their suppliers

  • Evaluation

    Visibility of quality performance and performance metrics

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Cooperation and support from Aviation Authorities

No other Industry is deeper embedded and in a permanent dialog with

Regulatory Authorities than the aviation industry, and especially in

countries where manufacturer and airlines are public enterprises.

Therefore IAQG needs support/help from authorities in the frame of

global manufacturing; our list of wishes:

  • Harmonization of Organization System descriptions should be

  • harmonized as much as possible.

  • (AS/EN/SJAC 9100, FAR21, Part21, AQAP,...)

  • IAQG desires better cooperation between the design, production and

  • maintenance functions, including consistent expectations on supplier

  • management within the authority organization to avoid interruptions.

  • EASA-organization made a good first step in that direction

  • Due to more and more products being used in both civil and

  • military application stronger cooperation between the civil authorities

  • and military is desirable

to be continued

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Cooperation and Support from Aviation Authorities

  • Because parts are manufactured almost anywhere to support quick

  • and seamless movement to the end user, „Bilateral“ shall be extended

  • wherever possible or agreements shall be developed allowing one

  • authority to act for another

  • Authorities shall allow to offer „Sub-TC priviliges“ to global

  • suppliers (specialists) with the TC-holders agreement

  • Electronic Documentation should be extended

  • Common glossary to understand terminology worldwide shall be

  • usefull