Presentation on theme: "Standards for international Trade"— Presentation transcript:
1 Standards for international Trade Geneva – June 20th 2005
2 10·2005With production facilitiesall around the world,we are a true global playerWith production facilities all around the world, we are a true global playerNorthAmericaand MexicoGermanyEurope(excl.Germany)Asia-PacificSouthMiddle East,Africa96726144144Siemens operates 291 major production facilities worldwide– 72 in Germany and 219 outside Germany.Major production facilities by region:North America (incl. Mexico) 96Germany 72Europe (excl. Germany) 61Asia-Pacific 44South America 14Middle East, Africa 4
3 We have 430,000 employees and activities in more than 190 countries 11·2005We have 430,000 employees and activities in more than 190 countriesWe have 430,000 employees and activities in more than 190 countries430,000373,000344,0002%12%22%26%38%OtherAsia-PacificThe AmericasEurope (excl. Germany)Germany1980199020041%13%20%62%4%5%9%17%67%Over the last two decades, acquisitions, joint ventures and the ability to tap new markets have fueled an increase in the size our workforce, particularly in high-growth regions like the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific.As of September 30, 2004, Siemens had 430,000 employees worldwide. Of this total, 62% (266,000) worked outside Germany. Germany accounted for 38% (164,000), the other European countries for 26% (110,000), the Americas for 22% (95,000), Asia-Pacific for 12% (52,000), and Africa, the Middle East and the C.I.S. countries for about 2% (9,000).
4 Our sales are generated all around the globe 12·2005Our sales are generatedall around the globeOur sales are generated all around the globe(in billions of euros)75.274.284.06%12%Other8%6 %29%Asia-Pacific12%12%Adjusted for currency effects and portfolio activities, Siemens’ sales in fiscal 2004 climbed 3% to €75.2 billion. Sales totaled €17.1 billion in Germany, €13.6 billion in the U.S. and €9.3 billion in Asia-Pacific, where China alone accounted for sales of €2.9 billion.Source: Annual Report 2004, p. 1425%The Americas23%32%Europe (excl. Germany)34%34%Germany23%23%21 %200420032002
5 Supply Chain Operating Reference Model PlanPlan Supply ChainPlan SourcePlan MakePlan DeliverPlan ReturnsSupplierEnableEstablish and Manage Rules, Assess PerformanceManage Data, Inventory, Capital AssetsManage Supply Chain Configuration, Transportation, Regulatory ComplianceProcess Specific ElementsCustomerSourceMakeDeliverSourceStocked ProductsMake to StockDeliverStocked ProductsSourceMTO ProductsMake to OrderDeliverMTO ProductsSourceETO ProductsEngineer to OrderDeliverETO Products
7 Export Control and Customs approx different kinds of export license liabilityapprox. 4,6 Mio control checks p.a.approx personal control checks p.a. onlyAuthoritiesCorporate UnitsDAMEX(Export Control by EDP)GroupsCorporate data baseShared serviceSIECUS(Siemens Customs System)Subsidiariesapprox. 4,5 Mio items to be reported to Customs and Statistical Authorities p.a.Outsourced Corporate Units 1)1) covered by service contracts
8 the use of the Standards Layers of StandardizationGeneric BusinessProcessesTools / Applications / ServicesTransactions / MessagesCodes for Identificationand ClassificationUN EDIFACTeb XMLTransport CodesPayment CodesSupply Chain Operating Reference ModelAvailability ensuresthe use of the Standards