Appointments in Turbomeca - Creation of a Supply Chain Division
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With a view to continuously improving our performance and responding more effectively to our customers’ expectations, Turbomeca has implemented an industrial strategy of increasing our capacities and developing the processes of production, purchasing and logistics. In this way, to accompany and reinforce this drive, Turbomeca is creating a Supply Chain Division. This has the principal objective of managing the flows upstream and downstream of Turbomeca.
The Production Division will focus on manufactured parts. Following this action plan, Turbomeca is pleased to announce the following appointments from 2nd January 2006.
Pierre-Yves Morvan, formerly Vice-President Production, is named Vice-President Supply Chain.
Pierre-Yves Morvan, a graduate of the ESTACA engineering school, joined Turbomeca in Bordes in 1990, where he worked in the Production Department up until 1995. That same year, he joined the subsidiary Sofrance, where he later became the Head of the Commercial Department in 1999. From the 1st January 2002, he held the position of Head of the Commercial Department in Turbomeca’s Operator Support Division in Tarnos, and since 1st December 2004 he has been Vice-President, Production, at the Turbomeca site at Bordes
From the same date, Philippe Drouin is named Vice-President, Production, replacing Pierre-Yves Morvan.
Philippe Drouin, who graduated from ENSAM (a French Engineering School), joined the Snecma Group in 1987 where he was in charge of methods, then of the workshop in the Snecma factory in Corbeil. He became the Snecma production representative working with General Electric in Cincinnati until August 1994. Philippe Drouin then joined the Snecma Moteurs assembly plant at Villaroche, where he was placed in charge of the assembly line of CFM56 in September 1998. Since March 2001, Philippe Drouin has been Managing Director of FAMAT, a joint company owned by Snecma and General Electric and a center of excellence in the manufacture of weld-fabricated casings.
About Turbomeca Turbomeca (SAFRAN Group) is the leading helicopter engine manufacturer, and has produced over 50 000 turbines based on its own designs since the company was founded. With more than 2 000 customers in over 140 countries, Turbomeca provides a proximity service thanks to its 14 sites, 3 subsidiaries, 25 TurboSupport Centers, 32 repair centers and 90 Field representatives and Field technicians. The Head Office is based in Bordes, Pyrénées-Atlantiques (south-west France). Microturbo, a subsidiary of Turbomeca, is the European leader in turbojet engines for missiles, drones and auxiliary power units.