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Supplying Ford - 2015 edition

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Fordへの部品供給 Supplying Ford - 2015 edition
出版日: 2015年06月30日 ページ情報: 英文 135 pages
概要

Ford Motor Company (FMC) では、Aligned Business Framework (ABF) という独自のサプライヤー網を構築し、本社側の計画 (One Ford programme) に沿いつつ、部品の65%を世界各地のABF加盟企業から調達しています。部品供給の大半はABFの中核企業が抑えていますが、視野を全世界レベルに広げれば、新規参入の余地はまだ残されています。

当レポートでは、Ford社の調達戦略に関する詳細な分析を実施し、製品・プラットフォーム戦略と購入戦略、サプライヤー選択基準、世界的な部品調達、価格政策、品質管理、技術開発といった事項に関する同社の方針と実践方法について調査するとともに、同社に関するOEM調査の結果を盛り込んでいます。

概要

  • 世界市場の概要
  • Ford Motor Company (FMC) の財務状況:概要

製品戦略

  • 企業の沿革・戦略の概要
  • 主要モデル・プログラム (全10種)
  • 選外佳作:Transit

車両プラットフォーム

  • プラットフォーム戦略
  • 主要プラットフォーム (全10種)
  • 部品の共有
  • 計画生産量

生産戦略

  • 生産戦略の概要
  • 製造ネットワーク
    • 米国
    • 中国
    • ドイツ
    • スペイン
    • メキシコ
    • ブラジル
    • インド
    • トルコ
    • タイ
  • 内部供給ネットワーク
  • モジュール化戦略
  • サプライヤー・パーク
  • リファレンスのクラスター
  • 生産効率化戦略

調達戦略

  • 調達戦略の概要
  • 垂直統合のレベルとアウトソーシング
  • ABF (Aligned Business Framework) 加盟サプライヤー
  • ABF加盟の非製造企業
  • 調達組織
  • 調達窓口
  • 主要購買責任者
  • 購買支出

サプライヤーの選定

  • 供給ベースの発展
  • 主要/戦略的サプライヤー
  • サプライヤーの選定基準
  • Ford Motor Companyとの協業

世界的な部品調達

  • 政策と計画
    • NAFTA加盟国
    • 欧州・中東・アフリカ地域 (EMEA)
    • アジア太平洋地域
    • ラテンアメリカ

価格政策

  • コスト削減戦略
  • 原材料価格の管理
  • 支払い条件

品質管理

  • 品質水準
  • 品質管理システム
  • サプライヤーの製品開発への巻き込み
  • サプライヤーおよびサブサプライヤー (下請け企業) の管理
  • サプライヤーへの表彰
  • 品質
  • Aligned Business Framework (ABF)
  • Gold Award受賞企業

技術

  • 技術の位置付け
  • 注力領域
  • 研究開発組織
  • 研究開発費
  • サプライヤー技術・プロセス開発へのアクセス
  • 代替的燃料・電化・燃料電池へのアプローチ
  • 特殊車両の開発

将来のモデル

インタビュー

  • Hau Thai-Tang氏 (副社長 (国際調達担当)、Ford)
  • Stephan Presser氏 (車両エンジニアリング部長、Ford)

サプライヤー関係性の調査

  • SuRe (サプライヤー関係性) 指数の概略
  • 調査手法
  • エグゼクティブサマリー
  • 業績の分析:Ford Motor Company
  • SuRe調査の結果 (最新版)
  • ランキング上位企業:信頼性・将来性が協調を促進
  • ランキング中位企業:メーカー側からのコスト削減圧力
  • ランキング下位企業:コストが品質に優先する
    • 潜在的利益
    • 組織
    • 信頼性
    • 際高品質の追及
    • 将来見通し
  • SuRe分析:地域別
    • 北米
    • 欧州
    • アジア
  • SuRe分析:企業規模別

SWOT分析と生産拠点

  • SWOT分析
  • 世界的足跡

世界的足跡

今後のモデル計画

主要サプライヤー

図表一覧

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目次

This is the latest edition of Supplying Ford, following on from the report published in late 2012. Since the release of the previous report, much has changed across global operations at Ford Motor as the 'One Ford' strategy has been rolled out. The effects of this far-reaching programme receive in-depth coverage across the report, including a review of the current and future 'global' models, the related impact on the supply base and how the changes have affected manufacturing activities at Ford.

Entirely new content and analysis

This report contains 100% new research and content looking at Ford's global activities, including supporting data from IHS AutoInsight. There is a new, more concise breakdown and review of the best-selling models, most-used model platforms and a wider-ranging review of global production activities, each with related analysis. Also included are details about key elements of the Ford Supplier Portal, the online repository of information and data which the OEM uses to disseminate information to its current suppliers and how it establishes contact with new part and service providers.

The report further looks at the Aligned Business Framework, the group of preferred suppliers who currently deliver approximately 65% of all parts used across global vehicle assembly at Ford and are likely to gain further volumes under the One Ford programme. While this core group of suppliers is delivering considerable part volumes, there are still opportunities to work with Ford around the world, and these are discussed in the report.

In addition to this, the Supplying Ford 2015 report includes a comprehensive review of how Ford has improved its Quality function by installing new management protocols in this critical area. In addition, there is information covering how suppliers are now being invited to collaborate in early vehicle development meetings, including testing, plus there is further information covering upstream supplier management.

Interviews with key purchasing executives

Additional content includes interviews with Hau Thai-Tang, global vice-president for Purchasing , who offers insight into how Ford managed raw material supply for the new aluminium-intensive F-150 pickup and how Ford Motor will look to further differentiate Lincoln products. There is also a conversation with Stephan Presser, vehicle engineering manager for the new Focus, who speaks about how suppliers have contributed improvements across the new model.

If you are a current supplier or interested in working with Ford at some point in the future in a supply role, Supplying Ford 2015 is essential information on which to base your business strategy. If you are an OEM and need one-stop analysis of Ford Motor and its global activities, look no further.

Table of Contents

Overview

  • Global market overview
  • Ford Motor Company (FMC) financial overview

Product Strategy

  • Company history and strategy review
  • Major model programmes
    • 1. Ford Focus
    • 2. Fiesta
    • 3. Escape
    • 4. Fusion
    • 5. F-150 SuperCrew
    • 6. EcoSport
    • 7. Explorer
    • 8. F-150
    • 9. F-250/350 Super Duty
    • 10. Ranger
  • Honourable mention - Transit

Vehicle Platforms

  • Platform strategy
  • Major platforms
    • 1. C1 - (inc. Ford Focus, C-MAX, Escape, Kuga, Transit Connect, Escort; Lincoln MKC)
    • 2. B2E - (inc. Ford Fiesta, B-MAX, EcoSport, Ka)
    • 3. PN96/T1 - (inc. Ford F-150, F-150 SuperCrew, Expedition; Lincoln Mark LT, Navigator, Blackwood); plus T3 platform
    • 4. CD4 - (inc. Ford Fusion, Mondeo, Edge, Galaxy, S-MAX; Lincoln Continental, MKX, MKZ)
    • 5. D3/D4 - (inc. Ford Taurus, Explorer, Flex; Lincoln MKS, MKT)
    • 6. P131/P356/P473 - (inc. Ford F-250, F-350, F-250 Super Duty, F-350 Super Duty, F-450)
    • 7. V3 - (inc. Ford Transit, Transit Custom, Tourneo)
    • 8. T6 - (inc. Ford Ranger, Everest, Endeavour)
    • 9. CD1-3 - (inc. Ford Fusion, Mondeo, Edge; Lincoln MKX, MKZ)
    • 10. CD-EU - (inc. Ford Mondeo, Galaxy, S-MAX) 34
  • Component sharing
  • Volume planning

Production Strategy

  • Production strategy overview
  • Manufacturing network
    • United States
    • China
    • Germany
    • Spain
    • Mexico
    • Brazil
    • India
    • Turkey
    • Thailand
  • Internal supply network
  • Modularisation strategy
  • Supplier parks
  • Cluster of reference
  • Strategies for manufacturing efficiency

Purchasing Strategy

  • Purchasing strategy overview
  • Levels of vertical integration and outsourcing
  • ABF Production suppliers
  • ABF Non-production companies
  • Purchasing organisation
  • Purchasing offices
  • Key purchasing personnel
  • Purchasing budget

Supplier Selection

  • Supply base development
  • Major and strategic suppliers
  • Supplier evaluation criteria
  • Working with the Ford Motor Company

Global Sourcing

  • Policy and plans
    • NAFTA
    • EMEA
    • APAC
    • LATAM

Pricing Policy

  • Cost reduction strategies
  • Raw material price management
  • Payment terms

Quality Management

  • Quality level
  • Quality management systems
  • Supplier integration into product development
  • Management of suppliers and sub-suppliers
  • Supplier awards
  • Quality
  • Aligned Business Framework
  • Gold Award winners

Technology

  • Technological positioning
  • Areas of focus
  • R&D organisation
  • R&D spending
  • Access to supplier technology and process development
  • Approach to alternative fuels, electrification and fuel cells
  • Special vehicle development

Future Models

Interviews

  • Hau Thai-Tang, group vice-president, Global Purchasing, Ford
  • Stephan Presser, Vehicle Engineering Manager, Ford

Supplier Relationship Survey

  • Introduction to the SuRe Index
  • Methodology
  • Executive summary
  • Performance review - Ford Motor Company
  • 2014 SuRe survey results
  • Top of the ranking: Trust and future potential drive harmony
  • Middle of the ranking: OEMs push cost reduction
  • Bottom ranking: Cost overrules quality
    • Profit potential
    • Organization
    • Trust
    • Pursuit of excellence
    • Outlook
  • SuRe by region
    • North America
    • Europe
    • Asia
  • SuRe by company size

SWOT Analysis and Production Locations

  • SWOT Analysis 1
  • Global footprint

Global Vehicle and Component Sites

Forward Model Programmes

Major Suppliers

Figures

  • Figure 1: Global light vehicle production, 2009-2018
  • Figure 2: Engine installation for a Model T at the Highland Park, Detroit plant in 1913
  • Figure 3: Number 0001 of the first-gen Focus RS, which is now maintained by Ford UK
  • Figure 4: For the first time, the new Ford Focus RS will be available in North America
  • Figure 5: The latest European facelift of the sixth-gen Fiesta was released in 2014
  • Figure 6: The 2011 Ford Escape Hybrid
  • Figure 7: The exterior design of the 2013 Ford Escape is virtually identical to that of the European Ford Kuga
  • Figure 8: The latest Ford Fusion being unveiled at the 2012 Detroit motor show
  • Figure 9: The Ford F-1 pickup was introduced in 1948
  • Figure 10: The 2014 F-150 SuperCrew STX with the Sport Package
  • Figure 11: The second EcoSport compact SUV - Ford do Brasil was heavily involved with development of both model versions
  • Figure 12: The 2016MY Ford Explorer in the top Platinum trim level
  • Figure 13: The Ford 2015 F-250 Super Duty - with the four-door crew cab, overall length is 6,680mm
  • Figure 14: Ford introduced the new Transit in 2014 for the 2015MY
  • Figure 15: The Ford B-MAX has had the B-pillar removed to help passenger entry and egress
  • Figure 16: The Kentucky Truck Plant had the largest volumes of any Ford plant in the United States over 2014
  • Figure 17: Saarlouis Assembly is home to production of the Ford Focus in Europe
  • Figure 18: The Ford plant in Valencia, Spain, now produces six models
  • Figure 19: Production of the new Ka started at Camacari in 2015
  • Figure 20: Job 1 of the EcoSport at the Ford plant in Rayong, Thailand
  • Figure 21: Screen capture from IntoSite, an application which supports sharing of benchmarked build processes
  • Figure 22: Hau Thai-Tang, Ford
  • Figure 23: Brigit Behrendt, Ford
  • Figure 24: The rear quarter window developed by Magna International for the new Mustang
  • Figure 25: The Ford Lightweight Concept uses a series of materials to help reduce overall vehicle weight
  • Figure 26: The new Ford GT was unveiled at the 2015 Detroit motor show and should be available in 2017
  • Figure 27: Hau Thai-Tang, Ford
  • Figure 28: The 2015 F-150 range uses a series of aluminium parts to reduce vehicle weight
  • Figure 29: The all-new Lincoln MKX was introduced at the 2015 NAIAS motor show
  • Figure 30: OEM Supplier Relations - Top of the Ranking
  • Figure 31: OEM Supplier Relations - Middle of the Ranking
  • Figure 32: OEM Supplier Relations - Bottom of the Ranking
  • Figure 33: OEM Supplier Relations - North America
  • Figure 34: OEM Supplier Relations - Europe
  • Figure 35: OEM Supplier Relations - Asia
  • Figure 36: Map for Ford global assembly plant locations (includes Changan-Ford)

Tables

  • Table 1: Key financial performance values for Ford Motor Company
  • Table 2: Total annual United States vehicle sales and US Ford sales, with percentage values (by Sales Parent) 2010-2018
  • Table 3: FMC Top 10 best-selling global models (by Sales brand, Global nameplate) 2004-2009-2014-2019
  • Table 4: Ford Focus global sales (by Global Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2018
  • Table 5: Ford Escape sales in United States (by Sales Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2018
  • Table 6: Ford Fusion sales in North America (by Sales Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2018
  • Table 7: Ford Mondeo sales in Europe (by Sales Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2020
  • Table 8: Ford F-150 SuperCrew sales in North America (by Sales Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2020
  • Table 9: Ford EcoSport global sales (by Sales Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2018
  • Table 10: Ford Explorer sales in North America (by Sales Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2018
  • Table 11: Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty sales in North America (by Sales Nameplate) with segment competitors 2010-2018
  • Table 12: Top 10 global markets for Ford Ranger (by Country) 2014 and 2018 31
  • Table 13: FMC Top 10 most-used platforms (by Production brand) 2004-2009-2014-2019
  • Table 14: Comparison of annual global Ford sales and production output (by Sales Parent) 2010-2018
  • Table 15: Ford Ka global production (by Country) 2007-2017
  • Table 16: Ford Global production plants with annual output (by Sales Parent and Country) 2014-2018
  • Table 17: Suppliers delivering to Camacari, Brazil, for production of Ford Ka (2014)
  • Table 18: Automotive sales of SuRe Index survey repondents
  • Table 19: SWOT Analysis - Ford Motor
  • Table 20: Suppliers and Components supplied to the Ford Everest (2015; Rayong, Thailand)
  • Table 21: Suppliers and Components supplied to the Ford F-150 (2014; Dearborn, United States)
  • Table 22: Suppliers and Components supplied to the Ford Ka (2014; Camacari, Brazil)
  • Table 23: Suppliers and Components supplied to the Ford Mondeo (2014; Valencia, Spain)
  • Table 24: Suppliers and Components supplied to the Ford Mustang (2014; Flat Rock 1, United States)
  • Table 25: Suppliers and Components supplied to the Ford S-Max (2015; Valencia, Spain)
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