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Message par Invité Mar 9 Juin 2009 - 14:59

Un press release sur Bloomberg d' Ishikawajima Heavy Industries, Japon, ou le révélateur par le co-traitant, sous-traitant des difficultés de ses donneurs d'ordre, ou partenaires.

IHI Corp., which has a 70 percent share of Japan’s jet engine parts market, has begun slashing output of components for Airbus SAS and Boeing Co. as airlines delay orders due to the financial crisis.

Output of parts for the V2500 engine in Airbus’s A320 and the GEnx unit used in Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner “has to be reduced” to trim inventories, said Tsugio Mitsuoka, general manager of IHI’s civil-engine operations, in an interview with Bloomberg News last week.

IHI made components for 354 V2500 engines in the fiscal year ended March 31, down from a planned 400. The company plans to produce parts for about 327 engines this business year, according to Mitsuoka.

IHI has been making parts since 2007 for the Boeing 787 GEnx engines ordered by Japan Airlines Corp. Deliveries to JAL of the first 787 with the engines have been postponed until early next year, about two years behind schedule, forcing IHI to slash output. The GEnx was co-developed by IHI and General Electric Co.

“It may take airplane industries five years to digest their inventories and return to where they used to be,” said Yasuhiro Matsumoto, senior analyst at Shinsei Securities Co. in Tokyo. “If the reduction in production continues, it may have an effect on engine development budgets.”

Tokyo-based IHI halted its plans last year to revamp its production line at its factory in Fukushima prefecture, north of Tokyo. The company is delaying for as much as four years capital investments aimed at boosting production.
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Message par Poncho (Admin) Lun 11 Avr 2011 - 8:25

Bonjour à tous

Doublon donc

A voir si les GenX, V2500 sont concernés également par cette usine

Bonne journée

Airbus is confident it will meet its delivery forecast of some 25 A380s this year despite the Japanese earthquake which has further complicated the juggling process aimed at ensuring enough Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines are available.
Turbine parts for the Trent 900 for the A380 - as well as the Trent 700 and other aero engines - are produced at Japanese corporation IHI's Soma plant.
Soma is just 40km north of the Fukushima nuclear power station which has been the scene of emergency containment and repair work since the 11 March quake and tsunami.
IHI shut down the main manufacturing facilities after the earthquake and only began partial operations within the least-damaged buildings on 29 March.
"We are now undertaking repairs on the other buildings and will commence operations at each of them as soon as such work has been completed," it says.
Airbus executive vice-president for programmes Tom Williams, speaking to Flightglobal in Toulouse last week, said there were "certainly concerns" over the ability of the plant to restore normal operations.
"That's the one we're going to have to watch carefully," he says, pointing out that power has been intermittent and that a smooth operation depends on making sure the "right people are there at the right time".

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Airbus has been forced to rejig the schedule of its A380 deliveries after a Trent 900 in-flight failure, on a Qantas aircraft last year, resulted in demand for replacement powerplants.
In order to meet the demand Airbus has been removing Trent 900s from the production line, and pushing A380 deliveries towards the second half of this year.
But Williams says Rolls-Royce has been working on contingency plans and the airframer is maintaining "at the moment" that its A380 delivery total will be in the "mid-20s" for 2011.
Airbus delivered four A380s over the first quarter of this year: two to Qantas in January, bringing its total to nine, and two to Lufthansa

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Message par Beochien Mar 15 Oct 2013 - 3:48

Un PDF intéressant de IHI !
Pas étrangers aux développements des CMC !

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