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Boeing on finding itself in the crucial situation of having lost market share to Airbus had to respond in order to regain its leading position by enhancing customer benefits and recapturing an advantage over its competition. The diversification strategy included the new midsize (200–300 passengers), long-range 787series. The

787, nicknamed the Dreamliner, was designed to meet the demand for direct, long-distance connections between cities with a moderate capacity demand.

According to Lucintel’s report "Value Chain Analysis of Boeing 787: 2011-2016" in 2010, total market shipment valued at OEM level for Boeing 787 was US $1.11 billion and market at this level is expected to reach $26.68 billion by 2016 with a CAGR of 166%.

Boeing understood the competitive advantages of supply chain management that it is becoming the distinguishing competitive factor in manufacturing industries. Beside; superior performance depends on delivery momentum and reliability; as resources available to industry players are basically the same. At the heart of the supply chain transformation process was the initiative to outsource more than 70% of the787’s production

The report extensively looks at recent industry trends, as well as future opportunities and Boeing supply chain management, value chain and cost analysis of B787 as well as represents an invaluable aid to sales and marketing professionals in, or interested in the industry. In addition, the report analyses market sizes and trends, market structures, key company shares.

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Some of the features of "Value Chain Analysis of Boeing 787: 2011-2016" are:
 
  • The Global aerospace industry
  • Boeing Company overview, vision and segments
  • Boeing supply chain management
  • Value Chain and Cost Analysis of B787
  • Market size ($) at Various Structural Levels (Tier II, Tier I, and OEM)
  • Market forecast for 2011-2016
 
 List of Figures  
 List of Tables  
 Abbreviation and Technical Units  
 Disclaimer  
 Copyright  
 About Us 

 1. Executive Summary  
 2. Aerospace Industry  
 2.1. The Global Aerospace Industry  
 2.1.1. Key Trends in Global Aerospace Industry  
 2.2. Boeing Company  
 2.2.1. Company Overview  
 2.2.2. Business Vision  
 2.2.3. Business Segments  
 2.3. Commercial Airplane Segment  
 2.4. Boeing 787  
 2.4.1. Boeing 787 - Fact Sheet  
 2.4.2. Key Materials (composites and metals) qualified for 787  
 2.4.3. Evolution of Composites in Aerospace Industry  
 2.4.4. Composites in 787  
 2.4.5. Materials Suppliers in 787  
 3. Supply Chain Management  
 3.1. Supply Chain Structure of Aerospace Industry  
 3.2. Boeing Supply Chain Management-Changes Over Time  
 3.3. Boeing 787 - Supply Chain Management  
 3.4. Boeing 787 - Outsourcing Trend  
 3.5. Boeing 787 - Supplier Selection  
 3.6. Boeing 787 - Structural Partners and Location  
 4. Value Chain Analysis  
 4.1. Value Chain of Boeing 787  
 4.2. Cost Analysis of Boeing 787  
 4.3. Competitive Analysis of Boeing 787  
 4.4. Market Size at Various Structural Levels (Tier II, Tier I, and OEM)  
 5. Market Forecast for 2011-2016  
 5.1. Boeing 787 Orders  
 5.2. Boeing 787 Production and Forecast  
 5.3. Market Size Forecast at Various Structural Levels - 2016  
 5.4. Composite material and competing materials - 2016  
 6. Lessons Learned on Boeing 787  
 6.1. Boeing's Lessons Learned  
 6.2. Boeing's Outsourcing Decision  

List of Figures
 
A total of 60 figures / charts and 22 tables as below are provided in this report for your business presentation and business plan
 
CHAPTER 1. Executive Summary
 
Figure 1.1: Porter’s Five Forces model for the Tier I supplier for Boeing 787
CHAPTER 2. Aerospace Industry
 
Figure 2.1: Aerospace industry size (2006–2015)
Figure 2.2: Global aircraft demand (2010–2030)
Figure 2.3: Key trends in the aerospace industry
Figure 2.4: Boeing revenue, backlog, and operating margin, 2006–2010
Figure 2.5: Boeing management model
Figure 2.6: Boeing’s worldwide presence
Figure 2.7: Main characteristics of Boeing 787
Figure 2.8: Materials break down of Boeing 787
Figure 2.9: Use of different materials in Boeing 787
Figure 2.10: Evolution of composites in commercial aircraft
Figure 2.11: Composites wings
Figure 2.12: Composites fuselage fabricated by various global partners
Figure 2.13: Empennage and undercarriage of 787
Figure 2.14: Raw materials flow for 787
CHAPTER 3. Supply Chain Management
 
Figure 3.1:Typical supply chain in the aerospace industry
Figure 3.2: Reforms in supply chain management of Boeing
Figure 3.3: Flow of 787 components across the globe
Figure 3.4: Supply chain of 787
Figure 3.5: Boeing component analysis
Figure 3.6: Outsourcing trend of Boeing
Figure 3.7: Driving factors for outsourcing
Figure 3.8: Boeing registered loss in third quarter 2008 because of strikes
Figure 3.9: Suppliers selected by Boeing for fabrication of 787
Figure 3.10: Structural partners and location of 787 component manufacturers
CHAPTER 4. Value Chain Analysis
 
Figure 4.1: Economic value creations of critical activities involved in manufacturing of 787
Figure 4.2: Competitive analysis of 787 against A350 XWB and A380
Figure 4.3: Market size at various structural levels for one 787
Figure 4.4: Market share and gross profit for component groups for one 787
CHAPTER 5. Market Forecast for 2011-2016
 
Figure 5.1: 787 deliveries versus world commercial aircraft deliveries (2011–2016)
Figure 5.2: Market size forecast at various structural levels (2011–2016)
Figure 5.3: Market share forecast for component groups of 787 (2011–2016)
Figure 5.4: Fly vs. Buy – Opportunities to reduce direct material costs (lbs)
Figure 5.5: Fly vs. Buy – Opportunities to reduce direct material costs ($)
Figure 5.6: Fly material forecast (2011–2016)
Figure 5.7: Buy material forecast (2011–2016)
Figure 5.8: Fly material ($) forecast (2011–2016)
Figure 5.9: Buy material ($) forecast (2011–2016)
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1. Executive Summary
Chapter - 2: Aerospace Industry 37 $ 218
2. Aerospace Industry
2.1 The Global Aerospace Industry
2.1.1. Key Trends in Global Aerospace Industry
2.2 Boeing Company
2.2.1. Company Overview
2.2.2. Business Vision
2.2.3. Business Segments
2.3 Commercial Airplane Segment
2.4 Boeing 787
2.4.1 Boeing 787 – Fact Sheet
2.4.2 Key Materials (composites and metals) qualified for 787
2.4.3 Evolution of Composites in Aerospace Industry
2.4.4 Composites in 787
2.4.5 Materials Suppliers in 787
Chapter - 3: Market Trend and Forecast Analysis 18 $ 3,698
3. Supply Chain Management
3.1 Supply Chain Structure of Aerospace Industry
3.2 Boeing Supply Chain Management—Changes Over Time
3.3 Boeing 787 – Supply Chain Management
3.4 Boeing 787 – Outsourcing Trend
3.5 Boeing 787 – Supplier Selection
3.6 Boeing 787 – Structural Partners and Location
Chapter - 4: Competitor Analysis 11 $ 943
4. Value Chain Analysis
4.1 Value Chain of Boeing 787
4.2 Cost Analysis of Boeing 787
4.3 Competitive Analysis of Boeing 787
4.4 Market Size at Various Structural Levels (Tier II, Tier I, and OEM)
Chapter - 5: Growth Opportunity and Strategic Analysis 15 $ 1,088
5. Market Forecast for 2011–2016
5.1 Boeing 787 Orders
5.2 Boeing 787 Production and Forecast
5.3 Market Size Forecast at Various Structural Levels – 2016
5.4 Composite material and competing materials – 2016
Chapter - 6: Company Profiles of Leading Players 9 $ 870
6. Lessons Learned on Boeing 787
6.1 Boeing’s Lessons Learned
6.2 Boeing’s Outsourcing Decision
 
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