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Värdeskapande hållbart inköp Bo-Inge Stensson Senior Vice President Purchasing SKF October 2012 Prins Bertil Seminariet Handels Göteborg SKF Group Slide 0 8 October, 2012 SKF a truly global company Established:

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Värdeskapande hållbart inköp Bo-Inge Stensson Senior Vice President Purchasing SKF October 2012 Prins Bertil Seminariet Handels Göteborg SKF Group Slide 0 8 October, 2012 SKF a truly global company Established: 1907 Sales 2011: SEK 66,216 million (~ 10 BUSD) Employees: 46,039 Production sites: SKF presence: around 130 in 32 countries in over 130 countries Distributors/dealers: 15,000 locations Global certificates: ISO OHSAS certification SKF Group Slide 1 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing SKF s supply chain Suppliers Transportation Manufacturing Transportation Customers End-of-use SKF Group Slide 2 8 October, 2012 The world economy SKF Group Slide 3 8 October, 2012 Global macroeconomic overview September 2012 OECD composite leading indicators Sept 2012 SKF Group Slide 4 8 October, 2012 Global macroeconomic overview September Index PMI Purchasing managers' index. US,EMU,Japan and China PMI Source: Markit,ISM. Weighted according to value of industrial production common currency sep-12 mar-12 sep-11 mar-11 sep-10 mar-10 sep-09 mar-09 sep-08 mar-08 sep-07 SKF Group Slide 5 8 October, 2012 The global commodity markets SKF Group Slide 6 8 October, 2012 Commodity Outlook What drives commodity Pricing? SKF Group Slide 7 8 October, 2012 Commodity Outlook SKF Group Slide 8 8 October, 2012 Commodity Outlook Downside price-risk World economy growth rate slowdown Slower global demand growth China continues softening Markets well supplied Upside price-risk OPEC, oil price development Raw material supply disruptions China economy rebounds MENA development SKF Group Slide 9 8 October, 2012 SKF Supply Chain SKF Group Slide 10 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing The big picture trends and mega forces How the world changed since the 1992 Rio Earth Summit Globalization International trade and foreign investments tripled Digital connectivity Mobile phone and internet use exploded (up 20,000%) Accelerated consumption Our population has grown by one quarter Source: The World Bank, World Development Indicators (2011). Source: UNEP: Keeping Track of our Changing Environment (2011). Source: United Nations Population Fund, The State of the World Population (2011). Disparate prosperity 1.3 billion people have no access to energy Resource scarcity 4 billion people are affected by water scarcity Ecological decline 80% of fish stocks are over, or fully, exploited Source: IEA, World Energy Outlook (2011). Source: Heinberg. Peak Everything. (2007). Source: UNFAO. World Review of Fisheries & Agriculture. (2010) SKF Group Slide 11 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Finding Supplier Innovations Supplier Risk & Financial Health Aggressive cost reduction Sustainable Sourcing Supplier Localization Supply Market Cost Structure Our strategy to deal with these issues! Supply Chain Disruptions Manage Global Supplier Relationships Extreme price volatility Geopolitical Risk Natural disasters Currency Risk SKF Group Slide 12 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing SKF s supply chain The Tripple A Supply Chain Suppliers Transportation Manufacturing Transportation Customers End-of-use Supply Chain Management in a 3 speed world SKF Group Slide 13 8 October, 2012 SKF Purchasing SKF Group Slide 14 8 October, 2012 SKF Purchasing 4 sourcing offices around the world managing a spend of 35 bn SEK and thousands of Joint suppliers ventures SKF Group Slide 15 8 October, 2012 The Purchasing Strategy Local / regional supplier base Supplier Rationalization Responsible Sourcing Total Cost S&OP SRM SKF Group Slide 16 8 October, 2012 The initiatives SKF Group Slide 17 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing SKF Group Slide 18 8 October, 2012 BeyondZero TM + Customers: SKF BeyondZero portfolio Reduce the negative environmental impact from our own operations and those of our suppliers. BeyondZero 0 Suppliers SKF Manufacturing Transportation - Innovate and offer our customers new technologies, products and services with enhanced environmental performance characteristics. Scope 2 Scope 1 Scope 3 SKF Group Slide 19 8 October, 2012 BeyondZero portfolio - Automotive SKF bus door actuator saves 1900 kg CO 2 /year compared using pressurized air for operating the doors. SKF Rotor Positioning bearing reduces fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions up to 15%. SKF StopGo for two-wheelers Reduces CO 2 emissions by 5 g per kilometre. SKF Group Slide 20 8 October, 2012 Forecasting Management Sustainable Global Sourcing S&OP a supply chain process Supplier Capacity Planning Production Capacity Planning SKF Group Slide 21 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Q A ZD supplier base MANAGEMENT QUALITY C Fully leverage the SKF group synergies Price TC of O Value D JIT (inbound delivery precision) INNOVATION COST I Capture the best processes & product innovations from the supplier base DELIVERY M Always source in a responsible and sustainable way by high performance PU-teams SKF Group Slide 22 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Total Cost SKF Group Slide 23 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing PRICE Product Performance Warehousing Administration Obsolescence Insurance Inventory HIDDEN COSTS Plant Downtime Maintenance Product Quality Finance Charges Total Cost Scrap Waste SKF Group Slide 24 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Business Care Employee Care RESPONSIBLE SOURCING Operating margin BeyondZero TM SKF Care Environmental Care Community Care SKF Group Slide 25 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Being the benchmark No 1 in DJSI standard for suppliers or similar WWF ISO C o C signed C02 emission programme ISO / 2016 Promote EHS culture zero accident / no waste / green facilities & infrastructure ( water and energy usage/ renewable energy / supply chain / logistics waste initiatives / recycling initiatives Support in supplier community programme / Contribution to social development SKF Group Slide 26 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Responsible Sourcing Programme 1. KNOWLEDGE Avoid Bad Audit suppliers Visit reports Training 2. COMPLIANCE Minimum COC requirements Law 3. COMMITMENT Above minimum Develop own CoC system Pay more than minimum salary Build new dormitories Waste handling Water project 4. CONTRIBUTION Create good Doing good without any direct benefit for the company CREATE GOOD AVOID BAD SKF Group Slide 27 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Beside the law SKF have some focus: No critical problems: Follow THE LAW Requirements Of The country No Child labor No forced labor Pay minimum wage No big safety or environment issues If you are a Major supplier: ISO Your own code If you are an energy intensive Major supplier: ISO SKF Group Slide 28 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Dow Jones Sustainability Index Supply Chain Management / Standard for suppliers Best score SKF score SKF top ranked 6th consecutive year SKF Group Slide 29 8 October, 2012 Building sustainable Supplier Relationship SKF Group Slide 30 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Business Excellence MANAGEMENT QUALITY Strategic Partnership Agreements INNOVATION DELIVERY COST SKF Group Slide 31 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing SKF Global Supplier Day Shanghai September 2012 SKF Group Slide 32 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing SKF Group Slide 33 8 October, 2012 Values delivered through Purchasing and Supply Chain Management SKF Group Slide 34 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Value 2016 Improved sales through value sourcing Innovations, Technological partnership, Risk sharing Total Cost 2012 Reduce usage, streamline processes and optimize specifications Addressing total cost Price Competition Volume leverage Aggregation by standardization Tactical benefits generated Value resources used Strategic Scope SKF Group Slide 35 8 October, 2012 Sustainable Global Sourcing Results delivered Profitability Margins and earnings Top line revenue growth Shareholders returns SKF Group Slide 36 8 October, 2012 SKF Group Slide 37 8 October, 2012
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