1 THE AERONAUTIC INDUSTRY IN MEXICO : DEVELOPPMENT AND POTENTIAL
2 C O N T E N T Presentation The Global Aerospace Markets The Aerospace Industry in Mexico - At the glance - Challenges - The National Strategic Program of the Industry The FEMIA The ACQ (AeroClúster de Querétaro A.C.)
3 Claude Gobenceaux Managing Director of Messier Services Americas in Querétaro, company of the MRO division of Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, SAFRAN Group Member of 2 Mexican R&D Center External Evaluation Boards: - CIDETEQ (and former President of this board) - CIDESI. FEMIA - Federación Mexicana de la Industria Aeroespacial: - Founding member (2007) - Member of the Board of Administration - President of the following FEMIA s Commissions:. Taxes, Customs and External Trade. Clusters. CENTA, National Center for Aerospace Technologies (temporary commission) President of the ACQ - Aero Clúster de Querétaro, A.C.
4 SAFRAN SAFRAN is a high technologies global group with 3 main branches: - Aerospace (propulsion y equipment) - Defense - Security employees More than USD 15 Billons sales Worldwide number one for: - Commercial aircraft engines (SNECMA GE cooperation for the CFM) - Helicopter engines (TURBOMECA) - Landing gears and braking systems (MESSIER-DOWTY-BUGATTI) - Harnesses (LABINAL) - Biometric and fingerprint systems (MORPHO Identification).
5 SAFRAN Since the early 80 s, SAFRAN have been active in México. Today: - 10 companies employees - First Mexican employer of the aeronautic Industry - First French investor in Mexico (USD 1.3 Billon in the last 10 years) - Settled in 3 main areas: Querétaro, Chihuahua, Estado de México / DF 25% increase per year in the last years (Turnover and Headcounts). México is strategic for the SAFRAN Group - Entry to the United States market - Dollar area (Euro / Dollar Exchange Rate variance mitigation) - Close to BOEING, Group main customer SAFRAN is a FEMIA and ACQ active member.
6 The Global Aerospace Markets World s current Commercial market: Billion USD - Fleet: 20,000 aircrafts not grounded, average 18+ years old - Over 20,000 aircrafts must be replaced within 15 years + organic growth. Large aircrafts OEMs (BOEING and AIRBUS) : - Large aircrafts OEM are driving the industry market standards - 7,000* aircraft portfolio Vs. an average output capacity of 1,800 / year - Backlog orders: close to 4 years. Medium aircrafts OEMs (BOMBARDIER, EMBRAER, MITSUBISHI, SUKHOI, COMAC, ) - Backlog orders: 5 years
7 The Global Aerospace Markets Private planes and helicopters - Backlog orders: 3 years - Mexico is one of the very first private planes fleet in the world. Defense market: - Considered over 4-5 times the commercial aerospace one - Mexico entered in the Wassenaar Arrangement in 2012 (control of dual usage products). *Aerospace Market News
8 The Aerospace Industry in Mexico at the glance Over 270 companies: - 79% Manufacturing, 11% MRO & 10% D&E - Employment: 34,000+ in 18 States Exportations Billion USD in Increase of 24% compared to Almost 20% yearly growth rate since Expecting over 15% growth in 2013 Aeronautics has been declared a strategic industry: the Pro-Aéreo has been presented in 2012 ( SE & Femia s program) Public policies are directed to incorporate more suppliers and to enhance competitiveness of OEMs, Tiers 1 & 2.
9 The Aerospace Industry in Mexico at the glance Investment (FDI & NDI): - Almost USD 20 Billion total investment - Expected USD 1.3 Billion FDI in Strong program to promote FDI & NDI Mexico has been the largest aeronautics FDI worldwide recipient in last 4 years. Many major investments were announced in the last years. Actual worldwide ranking: 14 th. 10 th largest supplier to the US market with a quick improvement rate.
10 The Aerospace Industry in Mexico at the glance Baja California Sonora (45) Chihuahua (32) Coahuila (7) Nuevo León (32) Mexico: Inhabitants: 114,000,000 Foreign Trade: 680 BUSD GDP : 1,042 BUSD (59) Tamaulipas (11) Durango (1) Zacatecas(1) San Luis Potosí (5) Querétaro (33) Aguascalientes (2) Fuentes: Dirección General de Industrias Pesadas y de Alta Tecnología, de la SE., ProMéxico y FEMIA Main Clusters Jalisco (11) Guanajuato (3) EDOMEX (9) México City (12) Hidalgo (2) Puebla (2) Yucatán (3)
11 The Aerospace Industry in Mexico at the glance BUSD* IMPORTS EXPORTS * 2012 actual Source: DGIPAT with data from DGCE, * Figures in millions USD.
12 The Aerospace Industry in Mexico at the glance Small 22% Micro 7% Large 28% * Medium 43% Source: S.E Structure by number of Employees *15 corporations with over 500 employees: 8 in Baja California, 2 in Chihuahua, 3 in Querétaro, 1 in Coahuila and 1 in Tamaulipas. Size No. de Employers Micro 1-10 Small Medium Large More than 251 Dirección General de Industrias Pesadas y de Alta Tecnología
13 The Aerospace Industry in Mexico at the glance Suppliers of OEMs by aircraft model in Mexico Corporation Model # of suppliers # of suppliers in Mexico* Percentage Airbus Airbus A * Boeing Boeing Bombardier CRJ Embraer ERJ * Identified suppliers not necessarily supply parts for the mentioned models Source: S.E. and AROSPACE DATABASE, PROGRAM TRACKER.
14 Challenges in the Aerospace Industry in Mexico To optimize the main competitive advantages which are: - Geographical positioning - Infrastructure connectivity - Same time zone working with USA and Canada - High capacity to react to product requirements (working flexibility). To increase supply of human talent to meet industry needs. Nota: as many engineers as in Germany are trained every year. To rationalize government incentives for R&D. To avoid waste of limited resources. Supply chain, certifications and bilateral agreements - To strongly develop the industrial aerospace supply chain - To continue developing company certifications (AS 9100, Nadcap, ) - To review the aerospace bilateral agreement strategy: BASA with the USA, Canada.
15 The National Strategic Program of the Aerospace Industry 2020 Pro-Aéreo Goals (1/2) To be within the 10 largest suppliers of the aerospace industry in the world in exports (2011) To reach over $12 billion USD in exports a year (from 5.4 in 2012 today) To have over 110,000 workers in the aerospace business (from 34,000) To reach 50% of local content.
16 The National Strategic Program of the Aerospace Industry 2020 Pro-Aéreo Goals (2/2)
17 The National Strategic Program of the Aerospace Industry 5 Pro-Aéreo Key Strategies (1/2) 1. Promotion and development of internal and external markets. - Defining niche markets - Creating the instruments to support a continuous growth - Industrial cooperation with Mexican institutions. 2. Strengthen and develop our aerospace industry capabilities - Supply Chain and local suppliers development - Cluster development.
18 The National Strategic Program of the Aerospace Industry 5 Pro-Aéreo Key Strategies (2/2) 3. Development of the necessary human ressources for the industry - Well defined technical and training programs - Education-industry links. 4. Development of the necessary technology - Test Laboratories - R&D centers (new materials, ). 5. Development of programs required to assist the growth of the industry - Institutional frame - Incentives and financing.
19 N FEMIA: Federación Mexicana de la Industria Aeroespacial A Non-for-profit Association - Founded in November Members - Represents 90% + of the headcounts of the sector - Represents 90% + of the exportations of the sector - Website: Mission To represent the aerospace sector and to be the reference as a corporate association, supporting all strategic challenges within the sector, aiming the best benefits for its membership.
20 F Structure - Board of Directors chaired by President - supported by 3 Regional Vice Presidents and a General Director 9 Permanent Commissions - Internal Governance - National Strategic Plan - Education and Training -Taxes, Customs and International Trade - Incentives and Technological Development - Competitiveness - National Security - Clusters - Small and Medium Size Corporations - Plus temporary ones.
21 The AeroClúster de Querétaro, A.C. (ACQ) Querétaro context In 2005 only 2 aerospace companies (ITR and GE) Bombardier and Safran arrived at the same time in Then other main players as Meggit, Heyroux-Devtek (PCC Group), Eurocopter (Airbus Helicopters), Strong governmental implication in the Cluster Development: proactive team. Strong Industry implication and networking Strong links between Authorities, Universities, R&D Centers and Industry.
22 The AeroClúster de Querétaro, A.C. (ACQ) ACQ: origin and evolution (1/2) In 2008 was created the RIIAQ (Querétaro Aerospace Industry Network for Investigation and Innovation) which is an AERI (Strategic Alliance and innovation Network, Mexican CONACYT status ) in order to launch the first Querétaro aerospace prospective studies In 2012 transformation of the RIIAQ in Asociación Civil : el Aero Clúster de Querétaro A.C. (ACQ) Today 25 ACQ members (out of which 17 are RIIAQ members). Soon 2 members from the Guanajuato State will be part of the Cluster. Industry leaded cluster. Chain, R&D, Shared Services and Financing, Certification. 6 Commissions. Internal Governance, HR, Supply
23 The AeroClúster de Querétaro, A.C. (ACQ) ACQ: origin and evolution (2/2) Members, such as: - Bombardier, GE, Airbus Helicopters, Snecma, Snecma Services, Messier-Bugatti- Dowty, Messier Services, ITP/ITR, Aernova, Kuo, - Universities: UNAQ, UNAM, ITESM, IPN/CICATA, UAQ, - R&I centers: CIDESI, CINVESTAV, CIDETEQ, CIATEQ - Governmental entities CENAM, CONCYTEQ, - Permanent invited members: SEDESU and Querétaro SEP Are invited to join the ACQ: - All the new aeronautic companies arriving in Querétaro - Administrative entities (DGAC, AEM) - Technological Universities and schools,
24 The AeroClúster de Querétaro, A.C. (ACQ) The ACQ mission - Extract from the status Integrar, coordinar, promover y defender los intereses generales de la industria en el Estado Diseñar, divulgar y ejecutar las políticas, programas e instrumentos para el fomento de la industria, en estrecha vinculación con las autoridades y demás actores involucrados a nivel estatal, nacional e internacional. Impulsar, fortalecer y consolidar la Industria en el Estado a través de 3 actividades fundamentales: Investigación, Innovación y Desarrollo. Seleccionar proyectos cooperativos y coherentes con las necesidades de la industria Estado de Querétaro.
25 The AeroClúster de Querétaro, A.C. (ACQ) Cluster Strengths (1/2) Geographical position Historical industrial city, social and safety climates International airport and good infrastructures, R&D Centers, Querétaro Authorities commitment to develop this Industry Querétaro Aerospace Industry organization and commitment Aeronautic Technical Trainings and Universities: - UNAQ: National Aeronautic University of Querétaro: engineers & technicians - ITESM: CEDIA - UNAM: works for the AEM - CONALEP: technicians with DGAC License - Good technological universities.
26 The AeroClúster de Querétaro, A.C. (ACQ) Cluster Strengths (2/2) 2 Dedicated Industrial Park (the first Aeronautic Park in México) Orientation of R&D centers towards the industry First DGAC out of Mexico City One of the first 2 AEM (Mexican Space Agency) office out of Mexico LABTA (Laboratorio de Pruebas Aeronáuticas) CENTA project (National Center for Aeronautic Technologies): President Peña Nieto Commitment initially for aeronautic composite materials
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28 THANKS! Claude Gobenceaux SAFRAN / Messier-Bugatti-Dowty / MRO Division Americas Managing Director FEMIA Board Member AeroClúster de Querétaro A.C. President
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