Why does industry need good roads?

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Why does industry need good roads?
Why does industry need good
roads?
The Michelin example
The Michelin exampleThe Michelin example
Eric Le Corre
Corporate Vice-President
Public Affairs
MICHELIN PERFORMANCE AND RESPONSIBILITY
MICHELIN IS DEDICATED TO HELPING
TO ENHANCE MOBILITY AND CREATE VALUE WHILE
DEMONSTRATING RESPECT FOR CUSTOMERS,
PEOPLE, SHAREHOLDERS, THE ENVIRONMENT
AND FACTS.
SINCE 1889, MICHELIN HAS CONSTANTLY INNOVATED
TO FACILITATE THE MOBILITY OF PEOPLE AND GOODS.
TODAY, IT IS SETTING THE BENCHMARK
ACROSS EVERY TIRE AND TRAVEL-RELATED SERVICES
MARKET, WHILE LEADING A GLOBAL STRATEGY
TO DRIVE SUSTAINABLE, PROFITABLE GROWTH.
Source: Annual and sustainable development report 2013
Two markets
B to C
Différentiation
Brands
B to B
Performances
Services
The global tire market:
60% light vehicles,
30% trucks,
10% others (AG,GC,planes)
Brands
The environment is changing
Fleet tracking
Connected
Navigation
Usage-Based
Insurance
ECall
BCall
Stolen Vehicle
Tracking
Remote Vehicle
Diagnostic
Floating Car Data
Traffic Mngt
GPS Tolling
ETC
Carsharing
Electric Vehicle
Support Services
Advanced Driver
Assistance services
Infotainement
MICHELIN ESTABLISHED
111200
CLOSE TO ITS CUSTOMERS
employees (105,724 Full-time
equivalent employees)
67
production facilities
in 17 countries
Europe
62,100 employees*
1 R&D site
15 Car and Light Truck tire plants
16 Truck tire plant
9 Specialty tire plant
7 Components and Semi-Finished Product plants
Asia (without India)
15,400 employees*
3 R&D sites
4 Car and Light Truck tire plants
3 Truck tire plant
2 Specialty tire plant
2 Components and Semi-Finished
Product plants
North America
21,300 employees*
1 R&D site
10 Car and Light Truck tire plants
4 Truck tire plant
2 Specialty tire plant
2 Components and Semi-Finished
Product plants
South America
5,100 employees*
1 R&D site
1 Car and Light Truck tire plant
2 Truck tire plant
1 Specialty tire plant
Net sales by region:
Europe 40%, North America 35%, other
regions: 25%
Source: Annual and sustainable development report 2013
Africa, India
and the Middle East
1,800 employees*
1 Truck tire plant
*Full-time equivalent employees at December 31, 2013
Intercontinental Flows
8
149
75
23
8
38
141
5
4
31
10
14
2
Oversee flows (finished products), in kTons
77
Logistic Key facts…
• 1,7 bn€ Logistic cost
• 4,5 bn€ Inventory,
• 65% to 75% Service level (TSD)
• Over 1,100 SC professionals
• Over 3,000 Logistics professionals
20,000+ subcontractors
• 20,000+ references managed,
(+ 5 to 10% additional references each year)
2 supply chains
Marchés locaux
Sourcing Industriel
OE & Livraisons Directes
Magasin Usine (MU)/SMA
30 jours
MG
12 tonnes
1 000 kms
15 jours
Transport
Livraison
ou "aval"
Transport
d’approche
ou "amont"
USINE
CLIENT
100 kms
Manutention
Export hors
zone(mer)
10 tonnes
5 000 kms
Manutention
Port
d’arrivée
AUTRE ZONE
The road is strategic for our logistics and supply
chain, in Europe…
,,, as well as in North America
And we operate under several key constraints
› SemiSemi-finished products :
must be used within 7 days after their production
Road
› Transport of tyres : volume is the essence !
1.400 PC tyres in a truck, 2,5 FTE and 3 hours to load the truck
Pallet of 40 PC tyres, compacted with plastic film, but requires specific
clark, not available every where….
Thank you for your attention !