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Collaborative value chain management between automotive and semiconductor industry: An analysis of differences and improvement measures

: Forster, Christoph; Zapp, Matthias; Aelker, Judith; Westkämper, Engelbert; Bauernhansl, Thomas

Teti, Roberto (Chairman); Westkämper, Engelbert (International Program Committee) ; International Academy for Production Engineering -CIRP-, Paris; University of Naples Federico II, Department of Manufacturing Technology and Systems; Fraunhofer Joint Laboratory of Excellence on Advanced Production Technology -Fh-J LEAPT-:
CIRP ICME 2012, 8th Conference on Intelligent Computation in Manufacturing Engineering. CD-ROM : Innovative and Cognitive Production Technology and Systems. 8th CIRP Conference, 18-20 July 2012, Ischia (Naples), Italy
Naples, 2012
6 pp.
International Conference on Intelligent Computation in Manufacturing Engineering (ICME) <8, 2012, Ischia>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Halbleiterindustrie; Wertschöpfung; Wertschöpfungskette; value chain; Supply Chain Management (SCM); Automobilindustrie; Zulieferbetrieb

The work presented in this paper is motivated by the differing supply chain characteristics of the automotive and the semiconductor industry. This paper will systematically identify and assess the weak points at the interfaces between these two industries. Based on this analysis, a reference model is presented intended as a toolkit of measures for collaborative value chain management in the automotive and semiconductor industry. The reference model defines a set of specific optimization measures relating to the categories of strategy, processes, technology and IT systems, designed to ensure a better alignment of planning and control processes between automotive and semiconductor industry. The model and the associated measures aim at a more efficient coordination of production capacity and a better response to market fluctuations between automotive and semiconductor industry. Thus, a more stable supply and a significant reduction of logistics costs in the entire value chain can be achieved.