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    MT Siemens VAIGeschftsmodell und EntwicklungsmglichkeitenDr. Dieter Troller

    Copyright Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.

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    Dr. Dieter Troller Stahltag 2011Page 2

    Siemens VAI Overview

    Siemens VAI business is a projectbusiness that includes: Determination of requirements and

    project definition jointly with our customers Planning, design, engineering, layout and

    specification of the plants to be installed Manufacture or outsourcing of

    manufacturing activities, and manufacturing supervision of mechanical equipment of subsuppliers Automation of the production processes

    of our customers Project implementation applying

    professional project management Continuous product innovation and the

    development of innovative production processes

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    Siemens VAI Overview

    Siemens VAI is one of the worlds leading engineering and plant-building companies for the iron and steel industry, the flat-rolling sector of the aluminum industry and in opencast mining.

    Siemens VAI originated from the integration of Voest-Alpine Industrieanlagenbau, Linz, Austria, with the electrotechnical and automation businesses of Siemens.

    Projects throughout the world are successfully implemented by 10,000 company employees. Project activities require the close proximity to our customers and local procurement. This is achieved by Siemens VAI locations in Austria, Germany the U.K., France, Italy, U.S.A., India and China.

    The strategic orientation and the key development activities are determined at the company headquarters in Linz, Austria.

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    Know-how available whenever required byour customers

    Metals Technologies:Our expertise always close to the customer

    Metals Technologies competence centers in Europe

    MT Linz (HQ) MT U.K. MT France MT USA MT Germany MT Italy MT E&A ErlangenSupported by Siemens regional companies in 50 countries worldwide, for example:

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    Metals Technologies:Our expertise always close to the customer

    Metals Technologies Competence Centers...

    MT UKMT Germany MT Linz (HQ) MT Italy MT France MT Mining MT E&A Erlangen MT Spain

    supported by Siemens Regional Companies

    in 50 countries

    e.g. Brazil

    e.g. Russiae.g. USA

    e.g. Korea

    e.g. India

    e.g. China

    e.g. Ukraine

    e.g. Chile(Mining)

    making our know-how available wherever our customers build and operate plants

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    Siemens VAI productportfolio

    MiningIron-

    makingSteel-making

    ContinuousCasting

    HotRolling

    ColdRolling

    StripProcessing

    Ores:dressedpelletizedsintered

    Reducing agents:cokenatural gascoal

    Fluxes

    Steel scrap

    Blast Furnace Basic Oxygen Converter

    Ladle Treatment

    Vacuum Treatment

    Direct Reduction Plant

    Electric Arc furnace

    Vacuum Treatment

    Ladle Treatment

    Solid metallic materialssolid charge materialshot metal liquid crude steel

    Solid metallic materialssolid charge materialshot metal liquid crude steel

    COREX

    FINEX

    Thick Slab Casting

    Heavy and medium plate

    Hot-Dip GalvanizingColor Coating

    Surface treated sheet:

    - galvanized sheet

    - color coated sheet

    Sheet / coil

    Hot strip

    Welded tubes

    Sectional steel, (heavy sections, T-beams, rails, sheet piling profiles)

    Special steel

    Merchant bar (light sections, square, flat,

    Wire-rod, bars

    Drawing, scalping, grinding

    Pipe Welding

    Cold Rolling Mill

    Plate Mill

    Hotstrip Mill

    Section Mill

    Bar / Wire-Rod Mill

    Bloom, preliminary sections

    Slabs liquid crude steel solid red-hot steel hot formed steel cold formed steel coated steel

    liquid crude steel solid red-hot steel hot formed steel cold formed steel coated steel

    Bloom / Beam Blank Casting

    Billet Casting

    Slab / Medium Slab Casting

    Billets

    Skin Pass Mill

    Pickling Line

    Metallurgical Process Rolling Process

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    Career opportunities for technical personnel (m/f)Su

    cces

    sful

    per

    form

    ance

    University, Engineering Academy

    Onboarding: Integration & socialization

    Job specific training program (on-the-job - off-the-job)

    Management development and training Job specific training

    Line Management

    Project-management

    Technology expert

    Engineering

    TechnologySales

    Project Management

    Product Life cycle Management

    Commercial Proj. Man.

    Business Functions

    Technology/Design/Engineering Sales/Project Management

    Functional Management

    Job Rotation

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    Career PathId

    entif

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    Line Management Project Managem. Expert Career Functional Managem.

    Project ManagerC - Projects

    Senior PM B/C - Projects

    Project Director A/

    B/CProjects

    Senior

    Principal

    SeniorPrincipal

    Head ofBusiness Unit

    Head of Segment

    Head of Subsegment

    Head of Department Group Leader

    Head of Functional Segment

    Head of Central Function

    (Subdivision)

    Career start of graduates: Engineering, Erection, Commissioning

    Development of core staff: from Junior to SpecialEngineers, Erection Managers, Commissioning Managers, Sub-project Managers, Sales, R&D

    Chief

    further development paths

    Recruiting from universities Siemens VAI MT Recruiting Initiative has been started

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    Integration of new employees

    Goal:Preparation of employee competence and capability in accordance with current and future company requirements

    Key points: Mentor system

    > Mutually agreed training targets between management, new employees und mentors

    Development through dialog Yearly employee check-up and discussions

    > Determination of common goals> Analysis of results> Definition of steps and measures Systematic development of competence

    through:> Individual training plan> Additional external und internal training Recognition + Appraisal = Motivation

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    Mentor system

    Goal:On the basis of information, guidance andmotivation, the mentor supports theemployee to become quickly integrated inthe business processes and to utilize hisor her full potential and capability.

    Who should be a mentor?An experienced colleague of the newemployee who is involved with the samebusiness activities

    Prerequisites: Sociable, reliable, trustworthy Detailed knowledge Didactic capability for optimized training Excellent time management and

    organizational talents, easy accessibility

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    Your Application

    Come to Siemens VAI! Job applications under:

    www.siemens-vai.com> Jobs and Careers

    We look forward to meeting you!

    Find us on Facebook!www.facebook.com/SiemensMetals

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    Innovation and Sustainability.

    Your Partner for Leadership.

    Integrated solutions for theiron & steel and aluminium industries

  • Page 2 Oct 11 Corporate CommunicationsCopyright Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Table of contents

    New organization of Siemens since October 1 Four Sectors cover the global trends

    1) Sector-led Business Unit 2) IPO planned

    Industry

    Health-care

    DiagnosticsImaging & Therapy Clinical Products Customer Solutions

    Infra-structure& Cities

    Rail Systems Low and Medium VoltageBuilding

    Technologies Osram 2)Smart GridMobility and Logistics

    Energy

    Fossil PowerGeneration Wind Power Energy ServiceOil & Gas

    Power TransmissionSolar & Hydro

    Drive Technologies Customer ServicesIndustry Automation Metals Technologies 1)

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    Four key strategic directions in theIndustry Sector

    Vertical expertise:Exploit market potential in high-growth vertical markets1

    Industrial software: Take the leading position in the merging of virtual and real product development and production structures

    3

    Service business:Strengthen and significantly expand technology-based service business

    2

    Emerging markets:Identify and grasp growth opportunities4

    Strategic directions Benefits

    HIG

    HER

    CO

    MPE

    TITI

    VEN

    ESS

    Increasedproductivity

    Enhancedflexibility

    Improvedefficiency

  • Page 4 Oct 11 Corporate CommunicationsCopyright Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Table of contents

    Industry Sector overview FY 2009/10

    Performance in Q4(in millions of euros)

    Sector profile Revenue by region (FY2010)

    Key figures (FY2010)(in millions of euros)Q4 20101) vs. Q4/09

    Revenue 9,780 +9%New orders 9,832 +21%Profit 883 +57%Profit margin 9.0% Target: 9-13%

    Total revenue 34,869New orders 34,908Profit 3,478Employees 204,000

    External RevenueLocation of customer

    20%20%

    36%

    1) July 1 to September 30, 2010

    The Industry Sector is one of the worlds leading suppliers of manufacturing, transportation, building and lighting systems. By continuously optimizing productivity, efficiency and flexibility, the division is increasing the economic and environmental competitiveness of its customers in the industry and infrastructure segments. Highlights include:

    Custom-izedmotors

    Velarohigh-speedtrains

    Industrialwatertreatment

    22%

    24%

    20%

    34%Americas

    Germany

    Europe, CIS,Africa, Middle East (excl. Germany)

    Asia, Australia

  • Page 5 Oct 11 Corporate CommunicationsCopyright Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Table of contents

    The new Industry Sector witha strong focus on industrial customers

    CustomerServices

    DriveTechnologies

    IndustryAutomation

    Industry Sector

    Sensors and CommunicationSiemens PLM SoftwareWater Technologies

    Industrial Automation SystemsControl C. and Systems E.

    Motion Control SystemsMechanical Drives

    Inside e-Car

    Large DrivesValue ServicesProduct Lifecycle Services Ironmaking

    #1 Inverters#1 CNC controllers#1 Wind turbine gear units

    #1 Programmable controlsystems

    #1 Industrial switching technology

    #2 Industrial software

    Remote monitoring 2)Energy efficiency consulting 2)Modernization 2)

    #1 Continuous casting lines#2 Steelmills#2 Rolling mills

    Business Units1) Sector-led Business Unit 2) Market position to be determined 3) Initial estimate for FY 2011

    Steel Plants & Mini MillsCasting & RollingElectrics / AutomationMetallurgical Services

    Metals Technologies 1)

  • Page 6 Oct 11 Corporate CommunicationsCopyright Siemens AG 2011. All rights reserved.Table of contents

    Metals Technologies Full liner from ironmaking to the finished product

    Casting & Rolling(MT C&R)

    MetallurgicalServices 2)(MT MS)

    Ironmaking(MT IR)

    Electrics/Automation

    (MT EA)

    Steel Plants,Minimills &Env. Techn.

    (MT SM)

    1) Sector-led Business Unit 2) Project business

    #1Steelmaking & Casting #1 Electrics/Automation #2 Rolling & Processing #2 Ironmaking

    Agglomeration Blast Furnace Smelting /

    Direct Reduction

    LD (BOF) Converter Plants Electric

    Steelmaking Long Rolling Environmental

    Technology

    Continuous Casting Endless Strip

    Production Hot and Cold Mills Aluminium mills Strip Processing

    EA for Steel Plants EA for Casting &

    Rolling EA Modernization

    Packages & Products Electrical Services

    Spares & Components Sales Maintenance &

    Repair

    Industry Sector Business Unit Metals Technologies 1)

  • Metals TechnologiesPage 7 MTTable of contentsOct 11

    Metals TechnologiesInnovation Cornerstone for success

    1880First EAFby WilliamvonSiemens

    1907Drivesbasedreversinggears inrolling mill

    1952First LDsteel-makingplant inLinz

    1956Firstinternationalplant-buildingorder

    1968Firstcontinuousslab casterin Linz

    1969First three-phase-currentdrive unit withtransvectorcontrol

    1977Worldslargestdirect-currentrolling-millmotor

    1979Onlineprocessmodel(Level2)in continuouscasting

    1980Directalternating-currentconverter

    1985First CAQC(computeraided qualitycontrol)castingsystem

    1986Worlds firstcombinedpickling-tandem line

    1989Start-up ofthe firstCOREXplant

    1991Implementa-tion ofneuralnetwork

    DSR -DynamicShape Roll

    1994DYNACSsecondarycoolingmodel

    1995Wire rodrollingspeedat 130m/s,designspeed150m/s

    1996Electricshaftfurnacetechnology

    1997Dynamicgap adjust-ment forcontinuouscasters

    1999Comprehen-sive expan-sion of blastfurnacetechnology

    2001Cooling-linemodel forcontrolledcoolingalong theentire striplength

    2002AODconverterprocessmodel

    2003Positioningsystem forpreciselocalizationof materialsandproducts

    2004Microstructurecalculation andquality predic-tion for hot-rolled strip

    2005PowerCoiler forheavybendingtasks

    2007EAFUltimate FurnaceWorld's thickestslab casterSIMETAL Corex C-3000 plantFinex plantLiquiRob

    2009Start-up of SIROLLArvedi ESP plant

  • Metals TechnologiesPage 8 MTTable of contentsOct 11

    Metals TechnologiesExpertise to serve our customers

    Metals Technologies competence centers MT Linz (HQ) MT E/A (Erlangen) MT U.K. MT France MT (Germany) MT Italy MT U.S.A. (Worcester)

    Know-how available wherever required by our customers

    Supported by Siemens regional companies in 50 countries worldwide, for example:

    U.S.A.

    Chile(Mining)

    Brazil

    Russia

    Korea

    China

    India

  • Metals TechnologiesPage 9 MTTable of contentsOct 11

    Metals TechnologiesCenters of competence

    Linz, Austria (Headquarters) Agglomeration, direct and smelting reduction, LD (BOF) steelmaking, stainless

    steelmaking, slab, bloom, beam-blank and billet caster

    Turnkey-minimills Hot-strip mills, Endless Strip Production (ESP), hot-strip mills, tandem cold mills,

    pickling-tandem cold mills, reversing cold mills, skin-pass mills

    Electrics and automation for ironmaking, steelmaking and continuous casting, mechatronics

    Environmental technologies Metallurgical Services

    Legelshurst, Germany Electric arc furnace, ladle

    furnace, vacuum technology, oxygen injection technology Meltshop-Minimills Secondary metallurgy Services EAF

    Marnate, ItalyWorcester, USA Long-product

    technologies,high-speed wire rod/bar mills, merchant bar and section mills, rail mills, long rolling guides, Morgoil bearings Services long rolling

    Montbrison, France Pickling lines, continuous

    annealing lines, coating lines, galvanizing lines, tinning lines, stainless-steel rolling mills and lines Services flat rolling,

    processing

    Sheffield, Stockton, UK

    Plate mills, Steckel mills, aluminium plate mills, aluminium hot mills, aluminium cold and foilmills

    Blast furnace Services rolling

    Erlangen/Germany

    Metals service & support center

    Electrics and automation services

    Electrics and automation solutions for rolling & processing

  • Metals TechnologiesPage 10 MTTable of contentsOct 11

    Metals TechnologiesOrder overview

    Order intake according to business sector and region

    2,5002,4004,100New orders (in million EUR)

    FY 10FY 09FY 08Siemens VAI

    Region

    27%

    16%

    2%12%13%

    30%

    MiningIronmakingSteel Plants & Mini MillsCasting & RollingElectrics & AutomationMetallurgical Services

    40%

    28%32%

    Europe/CIS/Africa/M.-EastAmericasAsia-Pacific Region

    Business Sector

  • Metals TechnologiesPage 12 MTTable of contentsOct 11

    Thank you for your attention!

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    A global approach for professional Project Management within Siemens

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    Nov. 2011 Overview [email protected] 2

    [email protected] did Siemens do what Siemens has done?

    More than More than 50%50% of of Global Business is Global Business is

    generated from generated from ProjectsProjects

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    [email protected] importance of Project Management

    Of 405,000 employees Of 405,000 employees only 17,000 are project only 17,000 are project managers with profit managers with profit

    and loss responsibilityand loss responsibility

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    4%4% of employees are of employees are responsible for responsible for 50%50% of of

    Siemens global Siemens global revenues and revenues and profitabilityprofitability

    [email protected] importance of Project Management

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    Why do we need a Project Management structure?

    How it was sold How it was originally designed

    How it was engineered

    The budget available

    How it was built How it was installed

    The resources available

    WHAT THE CUSTOMER REALLY

    WANTED

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    The Project Triangle

    Goal Oriented: Tasks, schedule, resource, costs

    Time limitation: start and end are defined

    Complex and dynamic: highly interrelated tasks, many influence factors, many changes during course of project

    Cross functional and inter-departmental: different businesses and organization units are involved

    Unique and risky

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    [email protected] global initiative

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    Processes and RolesProcesses and Roles provide the foundation for successful projects.

    Fig. 1.3: Project Processes

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    Nov. 2011 Overview [email protected] 9

    Processes and RolesProcesses and Roles provide the foundation for successful projects.

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    Processes and RolesProcesses and Roles provide the foundation for successful projects.

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    Processes and RolesProcesses and Roles provide the foundation for successful projects.

    Fig. 1.4: Project Processes Fig. 1.5: Project Processes

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    Senior Project Manager (SPM) Certification on Division Level in

    accordance with LC guideline

    Project Manager (PM) Certificate through PM test

    Practitioner(no certification)

    Management ofcategory A projects

    Management ofcategory B projects

    Management of C-level projects and / or several Small Projects

    Participationin projects

    Experience in processing / assembly /commissioning / engineering or sales

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    Quality ManagementSales

    ConstructionCommissioning

    LawyerCommercial

    Engineeringetc.

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    Project Management an essential Career Path @ MT

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    Project Managem. Expert Career Functional Managem.

    PM C-projects

    PM B-projects

    PM A-projects

    Senior

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    Head of Sub-Segment

    Head of Department

    Group Leader

    Head of Functional Subsegment

    Head of Central

    Function(Functional Segment)

    Career start of graduates:Engineering, Erection, Commissioning

    Development of core staff:from Junior to Special Engineers, Erection Managers, Commissioning Managers,

    Project Practitioner, Sub-project Managers, Sales, R&D

    Chief

    further development paths

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    CC Brazil Slab CasterBeispielprojekt

    Kepler Society7. November 2011

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    GA Projektinformation

    ..

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

  • Page 5 Kepler Society 7. November 2011

    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    Begleitumstnde Fa. Brazil Einstieg in Flachproduktion, neuer Referenzkunde, Projekt knapp kalkuliert Projekt in Konjunkturhochphase zu Weihnachten 2006 hereingenommen SVAI Standard Technologie Repeatbusiness aus Sicht SVAI Management Engineeringphase geprgt durch Personalengpsse und Bearbeiterwechsel Prekre Lieferzeiten (z.B. Drehturmlager > 1 Jahr) und Zukaufskosten 2 getrennte Vertrge CCM & RH, jeweils lokal / import - aus Sicht Fa. Brazil 1 Projekt Siemens Linz, Duisburg, Belo Horizonte, Sao Paulo: 4 Firmen 4 Kulturen Enge Verknpfung CCM & RH ber Wasseraufbereitung (WTP) WTP und Elektrik im Vorprojekt unterschtzt (Komplexitt und Kosten) Projekt in der Wirtschaftskrise in Betrieb und abgenommen

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    CCMCCM

    RHRH

    WTP fr RH & CCMWTP fr RH & CCM

  • Page 7 Kepler Society 7. November 2011

    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    SLCC Contract 4600115140 Consortium between

    SVAI (Imported Portion) and SVAI-MS (Local Portion)

    1. Equipment kUS$ 46,0002. Supervision kUS$ 2,0003. Training kUS$ 0,3004. Spare Parts kUS$ 1,300

    Total kUS$ 49,6001-4 Local P. kR$ 24,000

    Local+Import kUS$ 73,600

    RH Contract:Imported P. kUS$ 15,000Local Portion kR$ 15,000

    Ad1) Equipment:10% Down Payment

    5% Detail Time Schedule(approval within 60 days,weekly update in EPM system)

    40% Progressive Payment(Event Schedule - Engineering)

    35% Pro rata delivery (pass of titleupon delivery CFR Rio de Janeiro)

    5% PAC (1st heat)5% FAC (final acceptance)

    Liquidated Damages:Delay 5%Non Performance 5%

    Total max. 10%

    Vertrag auf Basis Process Turnkey

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    Zum Projektstart - Abstimmung der Lieferaufteilung aus Vorprojekt, um:

    1) Schnittstellen innerhalb SVAI mglichst zu minimieren, z.B.: Zusammenfhrung der WTP Anteile von RH und CCM; BE in Linz VIA-Brasilien: Elektropaket fr WTP; BE in Linz Basic Engineering fr HVAC und FF gesamt CCM und RH - in Linz

    2) terminkritischen Pfad zu entschrfen, z.B.: Lieferung smtlicher Eiseneinbauteile: SVAI-MS (kurzer Transport) Lieferung des gesamten Montagematerials: SVAI-MS (rasch verfgbar)

    3) Kosten zu optimieren

    Grundlage: Zusammenarbeit mit SVAI-MS:

    Gute Kooperation und Teamgeist, gegenseitige Akzeptanz Lsungsorientierte, professionelle Abwicklung, +/- Liste Aktive Rolle des Consortiumleaders durch SVAI-Linz PL

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    SVAI Linz: Basic & Detail Engineering (BE, DE) Fundamentfhrungsplanung BE fr HVAC & FF WTP BE und DE CCM Mechanische Ausrstungen

    ca. 3.000t. (2/3 aus China) CCM Fluids & Elektrische Ausrstungen Laborausrstung Splstand

    Siemens Sao Paulo: Electrical Substation

    SVAI - Duisburg: RH Anlage, Import Portion (separater Vertrag)

    SVAI MS: Bau DE (Fa. SEI) Hallenverrohrung DE (Fa. EPC) HVAC & Fire Fighting DE & Lieferung Kleinkrane WTP Ausrstungen WTP Elektrische Ausrstungen (+DE) - VIA Verteilerwirtschaft, Instandhaltung Eiseneinbauteile, Montagematerial

    RH Anlage, Local Portion (separater Vertrag)

    Fa. Brazil: Stahlbau (BE, DE, Lieferung, Montage) EOT Krane Baudurchfhrung Montage

    Lieferaufteilung

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    SVAI-MS Engineeringpartner - Lieferanten Fertiger

    1) Engineering:

    1.1) Fa. XX (DE Civil): am terminkritischen Pfad, qualitative Mngel, Hhere Attention seitens SVAI-Linz notwendig.

    1.2) Fa. YY (Baypiping BE + DE): qualitative Mngel, insbesonders aufgrund unabgestimmter Schnittstelle zu GA Hallenstako.Frhzeitige Attention seitens SVAI-Linz notwendig.

    2) Equipmentzukauf und Fertigungsberwachung:

    Lokales Equipment terminlich und qualitativ im Griff, u.a. sichergestellt durch SVAI-Linz 100% Vorortprsenz

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    Fa. CN Manufacture Strand Guide: 1 (+2) Bender 6 (+1) Bow Segments 2 (+2) Straightener Segments 7 (+1) Horizontal Segments Segment Support Structure 2 Segment Manipulators

    Total: 1.220 tons

    Bestelltermin: 04.04.07 (3,5 M.) Verschiffung: 31.03.08(nur 1 Verschiffungstermin notwendig)

    ETA Rio de Janeiro: 13.05.08(16,5 M.)

    Chinafertigung

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    Fa. CN2 Manufacture: 1 Ladle Turret, incl. bearing 2 Tundish Cars 7 Tundish + Stopper Control Runout Roller Tables Dummy Bar Top Feeding

    Total: 1.010 tons (order:04.04.07)

    ETA Rio de Janeiro: (Verschiffung in 3 Lieferlots)

    13.05.08 (16,5 M.) Roller Tables09.09.08 (20,5 M.) Ladle Turret23.10.08 (22. M.) Tundish Cars4 Monate terminkritischer VerzugZWZ - China

    Chinafertigung

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    CC Brazil Slab Caster

    Hauptprobleme bei Chinafertigung: Termin- und Qualittskontrolle unzureichend sichergestellt.

    1. Fa. TAI Technologische Stako fr RH mangelhafte Schweinhte und Anstrich Sanierung in Brasilien Terminverzug bei Montage

    2. Fa. CN SegmenteRollenalignment auerhalb der Toleranz Demontage und Reshimmenvon 3 Segmenten durch GA whrend der KalttestphaseSegmentzuganker nicht angezogen Nachtschichtaktivitt whrend der Kalttestphase gemeinsam mit GA Montagefirma (UTC)

    3. Fa. CN2 Drehturm, Verteilerwgen, etc4 Monate Terminverzug, Verteilerwgen wurden 2x gefertigt drohende Terminpnale durch KundenKeine Qualittsbeanstandungen durch GA fit for use

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    So erlebten wir Fa. Brazil Fa. Brazil hat keine Erfahrung in Brammentechnologie, hohes Vertrauen in SVAI Sehr herzlich, wenngleich wenig kompromissbereit und brokratisch Mchtige Projektmanagment Tools (amerikanischer Prgung): EPM System fr Terminplanung -- Vertragsbestandteil DOCTEC System fr Zeichnungsverwaltung -- Vertragsbestandteil Vertrag wird eingefordert, konsequent im Claimmanagement uerst langwieriges Engineering Approval technisch und formell Projektadministrator anstelle Projektleiter + Engineeringabteilung Entscheidungen im Kollektiv nach langen internen brasilianischen Besprechungen (Elektro-) Standards (nicht immerstate of the art) sind nicht verhandelbar Baustellenmanagement anfangs outgesourced (Lyon Engineering) Marathonmeetings & Trainingsmarathons in Linz und auf Baustelle

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    Intensiv an Kundenbeziehung gearbeitet Umfangreiches Kickoffmeeting mit Durchsprache brisanter Themen,

    z.B. Kabeltunnel unter Brammenlager CCM Referenzbesuch bei Alchex, genutzt fr Engineeringnderungen

    z.B. 2 Manuelle Schattenrohrmanipulatoren auf Verteilerwgen Approvalmeetings in Linz, Terminplanmeetings auf Baustelle Fa. Brazil ins Boot geholt bei Fertigerauswahl, Besuch bei Fa. CN und Fa. CN2 Regelmige Fortschrittsbesprechungen mit Fa. Brazil auf der Baustelle Regelmige Termin- und Qualittskontrollen mit Fa. Brazil bei Fa. CN und Fa. CN2 Equipmentabnahmen mit Fa. Brazil - Fa. CN , 2x Fa. CN2, XX, YY,

    gesamte Elektrik, Laborequipment reduzieren Diskussionen auf Baustelle Umfangreicher FAT Test mit Fa. Brazil Level 1 / Level 2 in Linz 3 Wochen Training in Linz in 3 parallelen Gruppen 3 Jahre intensive Projektbetreuung, davon 1 Jahre intensive Baustellenbetreuung (gegen Bezahlung - Supervision)

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    Problembereiche

    Fa. Brazil System fr Terminplanung (EPM-System) nicht praktikabel, aberVertragsbestandteil Fa. Brazil Dokumentationsstandards fr SVAI-Linz nicht einhaltbar, aber

    Vertragsbestandteil, auch fr Approvaldokumentation Technischer Doku-Koordinator in Linz zu spt etabliert.

    Informationsverlust an Schnittstellen SVAI Linz intern und zu SVAI-MS Informationsverlust an Schnittstellen zu Fa. Brazil , Beispiel Hallenstako

    Einbindung und berwachung von Siemens Sao Paulo Substation Kapazittsengpsse in Duisburg (RH - Anlage)

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    Erfolgsfaktoren

    Terminplanung: Detaillierte Terminplanung (Fulltimejob) Baseline = Messlatte fr Pnaleanspruch

    Straffe Engineeringtermine trotz berauslastung im KB Protokollfhrung smtlicher MoMs mit Fa. Brazil durch SVAI

    MoMs vorausschauend gestaltet

    Umfangreiche monatliche Progress Reportsverfasst unter dem Gesichtspunkt der Claimabwehr

    Frhzeitige Vergaben an Fa. CN und Fa. CN2 (nach 3 Monaten) SVAI Lieferverzge im Schatten der kundenseitigen Bauverzge

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    9. Monat

    12. Monat

    9. Monat

    12. Monat

    Baustelle imVerzug aufgrund:

    Fa. Brazil / Fa. ZZ

    1) Wetter

    2) Engineering(Sicht von Fa. Brazil)

    Civil:

    Fa. Brazil /Fa. ZZ

    Sept. / Dez.2007

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    25.09.08 (21. M)25.09.08 (21. M)10.07.08 (18,5 M)10.07.08 (18,5 M)

    Startup revidiert: 30.04.09

    Hilferuf nach SVAI-berwacher

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    08.10.08 (21,5 M)08.10.08 (21,5 M) 24.11.08 (23 M)24.11.08 (23 M)

    Betonbau berlappend MontageFa. Brazil / Fa. ZZ mit Fa. Brazil / Fa. VV

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    Oktober 08Oktober 08 November 08November 08

    Dezember 08Dezember 08

    Montagehochphase

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    Cold CommissioningMrz / April 09

    408 tons

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    Kokillenbereich OS1

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    Steam Exhaust Room

    2 Beispiele fr anlagenkritische Bereiche.Verabsumt, diese in einem interdisziplinren Layout zusammenzufhren. Lckenhafte Montagedokumentation;Casting Platform Layouts und Room Layouts notwendig.

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    Splstand:1. Pfannenbehandlung am 30.04.09

    WTP: termingerecht in Betrieb

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    30.04.09: Readiness for Operation07.05.09: 1st heat = PAC16.10.09: FAC Final AcceptanceAlle performance tests unterschriebenBeginn Warranty31.10.09: Ende SVAI Supervision

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    Von PAC to FAC in 5 Monaten:hot commissioning & performance testing

    27 single test certificates unterschrieben

    750 heats = 150.000 tons99,1% primequality Brammennur 1 Durchbruch

    berwachung:50 Mannmonate whrend hot comm.Gesamt: 150 Mannmonate Smtliche timesheets unterschrieben

    Vertraglich kUS$ 1,970 erhht aufkUS$ 4,600 fr berwachung

    Zustzliche Ersatzteilauftrge ber k 3,500 erhalten

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