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Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Consortium™

AESQ Zero Defects

In 2012, top executives from Rolls-Royce, Pratt & Whitney, GE Aviation, and Safran tasked their senior quality executives to work collectively to drive rapid change throughout the aerospace engine supply chain.  The group subsequently formed the G-22 Technical Committee in 2013 and the Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Consortium™ in 2015 to collaboratively create uniform standards and deploy and support these common supplier requirements.

AESQ Leading Aerospace into the Future

The Aerospace Industry

 

Formation of AESQ

 

The Need for AS13100

 

Overview of AS13100

 

AS13100 Executive Summary

 

2023 Year End Report

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AESQ now includes ten corporate members, including GE Aviation, GKN Aerospace, Honeywell, Howmet Aerospace, IHI, MTU Aero Engines, PCC Precision Castparts, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, and Safran and eight members including Cincinnati Thermal Spray, Collins Aerospace, Consolidated Precision Products, ITP Aero, Parker Meggitt, Rolled Alloys, Solar Atmospheres, and Woodward.

AESQ 2023 By the Numbers

  • 1 Revised AESQ Vision Statement
  • 1 Brand Refresh
  • 1 New AESQ Contributing Member:  ITP Aero
  • 2 Supplier Surveys
  • 3 Training Programs
  • 3 Reference Manuals Revised & Published
  • 4 Supplier Forums: Derby, UK; Cincinnati, Ohio; Munich, Germany; Virtual
  • 8 Webinars
  • 700+ Students Completed AS13100 Quality Foundations Training
  • 900+ Students Completed AS13100 Requirements Training
  • 2000+ Engaged in AESQ Events
  • 2600+ DPRV Students Trained
  • 4100+ Community of Practice Participants – a 54% increase over 2022
  • 4500+ Newsletter Subscribers – a 35% increase
  • 32000+ Supplemental Materials Downloaded
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Vision

To enable and accelerate the achievement of Zero Defects and a quality first culture across the global aero engine supply chain.

So that:

  • Safety is assured
  • Disruption is reduced
  • Cost of Poor Quality is eliminated

Thru:

  • Collaboration and shared learning
  • Development of capability and expertise
  • Implementation of simplified and common standards

AESQ Steering Group Members

AESQ Contributing Members

Baker Hughes

Barnes Aerospace

Cincinnati Thermal Spray

Collins Aerospace

Consolidated Precision Products (CPP)

ITP Aero

Parker Meggitt

Rolled Alloys

Solar Atmospheres

Woodward

How to Become an AESQ Member

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