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Task Description
Discover a concrete example of how Supply Chain collaboration is managed in the Aerospace industry
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The video explains the processes and digital Supply Chain collaboration platform that are widely used today in the Aerospace industry
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7 minutes 7 seconds
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Tutorials, how-to & educational videos
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listening
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:Business/professional students
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Upload date
11/12/2021
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Anis made.
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… but also helicopters and satellites are built let's turn for now to theof parts for their manufacturing parts are coming …
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it is essential that all suppliers involved in the manufacture of an aircraft have a real-timeof the progress of
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It is part of theproposed by BoostAerospace.
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Aby airbus,
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… lies in the fact that it will provide all users with one singlein other terms,
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the AirSupply platform is designed as an efficient and high performancetool to easily integrate all the suppliers to …
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And even if it is a common platform AirSupply can beby each user regarding his individual needs,
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Airsupply enables future
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and this is how it works in concrete termsdates and quantities are coordinated withat weekly intervals for …
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… the customer checks, the generated demand planning, and the demands are thento suppliers via AirSupply.
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if the answer is, yes, he sends a.
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The demand is converted into anand communicated to the supplier in real time.
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… or quantity that thewill accept or reject in turn another process that is handled via AirSupply is the so-called vendor …
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the joint usage of one single industry hub with standardized processes throughout the whole supply chain will increase
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One year ago, we launched an internal project to implement a new supplier
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we made a detailedof the tool, and it became obvious to us.
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our expectations were to find a solution that wouldthe collaboration processes with the suppliers,
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and as a result, strengthens the globalof the supply chain, the entire aerospace community will benefit from it.
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first of all, we have a very sufficient
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