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1 Bo Andersson GM Group Vice President, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain General Motors GM Group Vice President, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain General Motors

2 Bo Andersson General Motors Group Vice President, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain General Motors Group Vice President, Global Purchasing and Supply Chain

3 3 4/27/2007 GM’s Q1 Global Sales North America Q1 Sales : 1,055,498 Market Share: 22.5% Latin America and Middle East Q1 Sales : 269,000 Market Share: 16.3% Europe Q1 Sales : 553,621 Market Share: 9.8% Asia Pacific Q1 Sales : 388,290 Market Share: 7.2% 2006 Global Sales: 9.09 Million Cars and Trucks

4 4 4/27/ GPSC Priorities Global Purchasing and Supply Chain Supply Chain Quality/ Launch Quality/ Launch Program Management Program Management Current/Future Business Current/Future Business Develop & Execute Best Supply Chain Capabilities Schedule, Build & Ship the Plan Daily: Total Cost Approach Supporting Quality/Cost Improvements Launch New Right Quality, Right Time, Right Cost Best Landed Cost Globally Integrate supply chain activities with SQ/SD and Current Future Business Achieve Budgets: Logistics, Inventory & Containers, Structural Cost Manage critical supplier issues Ensure strong Supply Chain and Logistics capability Integrate supply chain activities with SQ/SD and Current Future Business Achieve Budgets: Logistics, Inventory & Containers, Structural Cost Manage critical supplier issues Ensure strong Supply Chain and Logistics capability  Flawless Launch Execution  Plant Disruptions / GCA Implementation  Warranty  Support Cost Breakdown Process  Value Chain Mapping  Flawless Launch Execution  Plant Disruptions / GCA Implementation  Warranty  Support Cost Breakdown Process  Value Chain Mapping  GMT900 PU  GMT319 Vue  GMT967 Enclave  GMX322 CTS  GMX386 Malibu  Astra (Saturn)  Astra A3311  Cadillac BLS wagon  Vectra A3315  GF6  GMT900 PU  GMT319 Vue  GMT967 Enclave  GMX322 CTS  GMX386 Malibu  Astra (Saturn)  Astra A3311  Cadillac BLS wagon  Vectra A3315  GF6  Material Cost Performance  Accelerate Supplier Footprint Optimization  Technology  Grow Best Performing Suppliers  Global Sourcing  AP Sourcing  Strong Internal controls and SOX compliance  Material Cost Performance  Accelerate Supplier Footprint Optimization  Technology  Grow Best Performing Suppliers  Global Sourcing  AP Sourcing  Strong Internal controls and SOX compliance

5 5 4/27/2007 Germany - Seat Structures - Clutches - Accessory Drive Comp - Valvetrain - Glass -Pwt Cooling Global Purchasing Organization - Locksets & Latches - Lighting - Halfshafts -Conn Rods / Pistons -VID -Eng Mgt. Syst Canada -Labels -Stampings Mexico - Seat Belts - HVAC - Control Heads - Compressors -Cranktrain -Speakers & Amps -Antennas -Hoses and Lines Brazil - Conveyors India - Tools & Cables Spain - Rubber Sealing - Fasteners Korea - Regulators China -Electrical SMT Leadership -Electronic Modules -Batteries -Switches and Horns -Battery Cables -Iron Castings - SM/Med Iron Castings -Emblems/Decals -CCC Interior Door Handles -CCC Interior Sun visors -CCC Interior Grab Handles United States -(67 Remaining CTs) Belgium - Wheels Sweden - Conv. Tops - Turbo SC 119 Creativity Teams

6 6 4/27/2007 GPSC Global Purchases North America $ 70 Billion Latin America and Middle East $5 Billion Europe $ 20 Billion Asia Pacific $11 Billion Includes Direct Material, indirect Material and Logistics Spend

7 7 4/27/2007 GPSC and Supply Base Collaboration: Key Focus Areas to Drive Alignment Open Communication with all levels of our organizations Clear expectations Work closely with Global Creativity Team Members Focus on all four priorities Engage in workshops available to the supply base Open Communication with all levels of our organizations Clear expectations Work closely with Global Creativity Team Members Focus on all four priorities Engage in workshops available to the supply base


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