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Auditor Workshop July 30, 2009. Jack Carmola Segment President Actuation and Landing Systems . Cindy Egnotovich Segment President Nacelles and Interior Systems. Curtis Reusser Segment President Electronic Systems. Executive Management.

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Auditor WorkshopJuly 30, 2009


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Jack CarmolaSegment PresidentActuation and Landing Systems

Cindy EgnotovichSegment PresidentNacelles and Interior Systems

Curtis ReusserSegment President Electronic Systems

Executive Management

Marshall LarsenChairman, President and Chief Executive Officer

Jerry WitowskiExecutive Vice President Operational Excellence and Technology

Jennifer PollinoSenior VicePresident Human Resources

Terry LinnertExecutive Vice President Administration andGeneral Counsel

Scott KuechleExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer


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Nacelles and Interior SystemsCindy EgnotovichSegment President

Actuation and Landing SystemsJack CarmolaSegment President

Electronic SystemsCurtis ReusserSegment President

Organization

Marshall LarsenChairman, President and Chief Executive Officer

Landing Gear

Aerostructures

Sensors and Integrated Systems

Aircraft Wheels and Brakes

Interiors

Engine Control and Electrical Power Systems

Actuation Systems

Customer Services

ISR Systems

Engine Components


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Global Presence

Over 80 locations around the world

Europe

United Kingdom France Germany

N. Ireland

Poland

Scotland

Americas

Brazil

United States Canada

Mexico

Mid. East, Asia and Australia

Australia China

India Indonesia

Singapore Dubai



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Key New Programs Add Balanced Future Growth

Military

Commercial

C-5 Re-Engine

787 Dreamliner

A350XWB Nacelle

F-35 Lightning II

2010*

Pratt and Whitney PurePower

PW1000G Engine

DB-110 Reconnaissance Pod

A380 Program

Small Engine Controls

2008*

* Year in which significant sales are expected to begin


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Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Airbus A380

Boeing 787 Dreamliner

  • Main body & wing landing gear

  • Evacuation slides

  • Exterior lighting

  • Variable frequency electric power system

  • Flight controls

  • Primary and standby air data systems (SmartProbeTM)

  • Ice detection system

  • Cargo mechanical system

  • Cabin attendant and cockpit occupancy seating

  • Pylon aft fairings and rear secondary structure

  • Trent 900 engine sensor suite and fuel delivery system

  • Engine build-up (GP7200)

  • Nacelles and thrust reversers

  • Wheels and electric braking system

  • Cargo handling system

  • Exterior lighting

  • Flight deck lighting

  • Cabin attendant seating

  • Proximity sensing system

  • Fuel quantity indicating system / fuel management software

  • Engine control system (Trent 1000)

Significant market penetration on major new commercial programs


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Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II

F-35 Lightning II

  • Landing system

  • Anti-icing system

  • Weapons bay door drive actuation

  • Fuel quantity gauging components

  • Ice Detection system

  • Lift-FanTM drive shaft and couplings

  • Lift-FanTM clutch material (STOVL version)

  • Modulated exhaust cooling duct


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Aftermarket Services

  • Commercial and military - accounts for around 45% of sales

  • Component maintenance and aircraft heavy maintenance

  • Global customer services approach:

    • Enterprise Business Portal

    • Customer Support Management

    • MRO Campuses

    • Cross-SBU Business Development

    • AOG Support

Making it easier to do business with Goodrich


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Goodrich Strategic Objectives

Top Quartile Aerospace Returns

Balanced Growth

Leverage the Enterprise

Operational Excellence

  • Create value for customers and Goodrich

  • Protect and grow the military market opportunities

  • aftermarket

  • Position for new platforms through technology and cost leadership

  • Capture high growth

  • Embed Goodrich Culture – Values, People Philosophy, and Continuous Improvement

  • Leverage cross-SBU resources and capabilities

  • Improve and simplify customer interfaces

  • Prioritize investments

  • Achieve excellence in quality and delivery

  • Drive breakthrough change in product and development costs through Continuous Improvement

  • Drive coordinated global supply chain and manufacturing strategies

Clear Strategy, Robust Execution, Superior Results


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Summary

  • Leading global aerospace and defense supplier

  • Broad product portfolio and balanced business mix

  • Significant wins on major new commercial and military aircraft platforms - positioned for future growth

  • New technologies driving expansion into defense and homeland security markets

  • Strong focus on enterprise excellence

  • Entrepreneurial culture and highest standards of integrity


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Expectations from a AQMS Assessment

  • Open-Honest Dialog

    • Open to discussion regarding interpretation of requirements

  • Competent/Objective Assessors

  • Understanding of standards

  • Understanding of industry requirements

  • Confidentiality

  • Audit to requirements not expectations or perceptions of “best practices”

  • Provide clearly written final report that can be used to complete N/C

  • No surprises in terms of findings and classification of findings

    • Disclose findings when found, not during final briefing


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Expectations from a AQMS Assessment

  • Identify Best Practices (Industry, Company)

  • Identify any non-conformances within system

  • Identify Opportunities for Improvement

  • Provide thorough assessment

  • No soft grading

  • Increased process effectiveness

  • Verification of effective AQMS

  • Provide Value added assessment


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Value Added- AQMS Assessments

  • Issues identified within AQMS

  • Increased customer confidence in AQMS

  • Increased confidence in quality of product

  • Reduction in customer assessments

  • Continual Improvements

  • Ability to sharing Best Practices

  • Ability to review issues identified at a specific site and extend to other locations


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Questions

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