thyssenkrupp Aerospace and Bombardier have extended their partnership for another seven years, focusing on enhancing raw material management services in the aviation industry. This collaboration builds upon their 15-year-long relationship and aims to optimize the supply chain processes involved in delivering exceptional jets to business and defense customers.The integration of a dedicated control tower enables seamless material flow management for Bombardier and its subcontractors. Utilizing digital tools, the control tower oversees planning, execution, and reporting, offering transparency, flexibility, and immediate action in the face of unforeseen events. This comprehensive approach supports continuous improvement measures within the supply chain.thyssenkrupp Aerospace CEO, Patrick Marous, emphasizes their mission to enhance aerospace supply chain resilience and customer support. The global control tower implementation will provide Bombardier with enhanced visibility and flexibility, serving as an example of thyssenkrupp's strategic vision of offering "Materials as a Service." This approach goes beyond mere distribution, focusing on comprehensive supply chain solutions.The new contract with Bombardier prioritizes waste reduction, resource optimization, and increased process efficiency. thyssenkrupp Aerospace has made significant investments in digitally controlled vertical storage units in its Canadian warehouses, enabling just-in-time or just-in-sequence materials delivery. These measures align with Bombardier's growth strategy and its commitment to excellence in manufacturing.thyssenkrupp Aerospace operates as a global leader in aerospace supply chain solutions, with a vast network spanning over 40 sites across more than 20 countries. Serving major aerospace manufacturers and suppliers, thyssenkrupp Aerospace offers a wide range of services, including procurement, warehousing, precision processing, third-party logistics, and just-in-time delivery, supporting the industry's evolving needs.