- 31 May 2017
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Aerospace and Defense is a technical and rapidly evolving industry. From inception to delivery, its complex supply chain requires careful management to keep up with the constant demand for next-generation aircraft.
- By 2025, annual commercial aircraft production is expected to increase by more than 25%
- Demand for new aircraft production over the next 20 years: 35,318
Let’s take a look at the intricate process of aircraft assembly and all its moving parts.
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Engineers & Design Services
Suppliers & Material Producers
Tier-3 Suppliers: Parts Manufacturing
- Raw Materials
- Components & Parts
Tier-2 Suppliers: Minor Segments Assembly
- Hydraulic pumps
Tier-1 Suppliers: Major Segments Assembly
- Pneumatic systems
Prime/Original Equipment Manufacturers
- Integration Services
Demand Fulfillment: Shipping and Distribution
As the Aerospace and Defense industry continues its rapid growth, the supply chain requires more streamlined processes.
A comprehensive enterprise resource planning system can help effectively manage this complex production cycle and keep the supply chain working efficiently from beginning to end.