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MMOG/LE Webinar

WebinarNovember 2006Global MMOG/LEUsage and experiences from BoschHelena Holmgren Karlsson, Bosch UK

Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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MMOG/LE Webinar – Presentation Contents

  • ØIntroduction to Bosch

    • Company overview

    • Bosch Cardiff

  • ØMMOG/LE background

    • Purpose

    • Content

    • Methods of use

  • Bosch approach

    • Reasons for using MMOG/LE

    • Internal evaluations

    • Benchmarking

    • Process improvement

  • Conclusion

  • Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Introduction to Bosch

    Automotive Technology

    Sales: 26.3 billion euros

    Industrial Technology

    Sales: 5.2 billion euros

    Consumer Goods & Building Technology

    Sales: 10 billion euros

    Structure of the Bosch Group

    Bosch Group

    Sales: 41.5 billion euros Associates on Jan. 1, 2006: 251,000

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Introduction to Bosch

    Automotive Technology Business Sector

    Divisions

    Gasoline Systems

    Electrical Drives

    Diesel Systems

    Car Multimedia1)

    Chassis Systems Brakes

    Automotive Electronics

    Chassis Systems Control

    Automotive Aftermarket

    Steering Systems2)

    Starter Motors and Generators

    Bosch Engineering GmbH3)

    1) Blaupunkt GmbH (100% Bosch-owned)

    2) ZF Lenksysteme GmbH (50% Bosch-owned)3) Development services in the field of electronic vehicle systems

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    International manufacturing sites

    MMOG/LE Webinar – Introduction to Bosch

    RB : 264 manufacturing sites in 33 countries

    Autom. : 120 manufacturing sites in 24 countries

    IT : 78 manufacturing sites in 23 countries

    CG : 75 manufacturing sites in 21 countries

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    As per January 2006

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Introduction to Bosch

    Bosch Cardiff plant

    • ØOpened 1991

    • Ø~1000 employees

    • ØLead plant for Alternators

    • Part of the Starter Motors and Generators Division

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – MMOG/LE background

    MMOG/LE - Purpose

    ØProvide Logistics evaluation tool that can be used by all business partners, both internally and externally, throughout the product life cycle.

    ØIdentify ‘Best Practice Criteria’ and a corresponding benchmarking process

    ØProvide a gap analysis process to enable continuous improvement plans to be developed and prioritised.

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – MMOG/LE background

    1. Strategy and Improvement

    2. Work Organisation

    3. Capacity and Production Planning

    4. Customer interface

    5.Production and

    Product Control

    6. Supplier interface

    order

    order

    Evaluated company

    Customer

    Stock

    Transport

    Stock

    Stock

    Transport

    Stock

    Supplier

    MMOG/LE - Content

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – MMOG/LE background

    Self-Assessment

    Audit

    Plant performance

    Assisted Self-Assessment

    Benchmarking between plants

    Supplier selection

    New suppliers

    Process Improvement using gap analysis

    Problem suppliers

    All suppliers, regularly

    MMOG/LE - Methods of Use

    Internal Self-Assessment

    Supplier Evaluation

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Bosch approach

    Reasons for Implementation

    ØRequirements from customers

    ØInternal need for improvement and benchmarking tool

    ØBosch participation in the group that created the MMOG/LE

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Bosch approach

    Plant performance

    Benchmarking between plants

    Process Improvement using gap analysis

    Methods of Use for Bosch

    Internal Self-Assessment

    • Internal evaluation for each Bosch plant within Automotive

    • Evaluation using the scoring summary gives each plant a classification A, B or C

    • Intranet tool available

    • 55 % of plants have performed evaluation on the intranet (all European plants)

    • Next step to include non-European plants (of which many have already performed the evaluation)

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Bosch approach

    Plant performance

    Benchmarking between plants

    Process Improvement using gap analysis

    Methods of Use for Bosch

    Internal Self-Assessment

    • Plant evaluations available on the intranet

    • Bosch Best-in-class catalogue with the best solutions for each area

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Bosch approach

    Plant performance

    Benchmarking between plants

    Process Improvement using gap analysis

    Methods of Use for Bosch

    Internal Self-Assessment

    • Gap analysis in the MMOG/LE tool used to prioritise improvement projects

    • It is each plant’s responsibility to prioritise and implement these projects

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06


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    MMOG/LE Webinar – Conclusion

    • MMOG/LE used throughout the Bosch Automotive organisation

    • Reasons for using MMOG/LE both internal improvement opportunities and demand from customers

    • So far used internally only, in the future also for suppliers

    • Fully implemented in European plants , next step to also include all overseas plants

    • “Best-in-class catalogue” a good way to spread the best solutions throughout the company

    • Important to spend enough time and effort on the process to get maximum benefits

    Helena Holmgren Karlsson, CLP2, 06/11/06