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PHASED PPAP REQUIREMENTS HANDBOOK

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Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook

Phased Production Part Approval Process

Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook

IMPORTANT This Jaguar Land Rover process is derived from the original Ford process used by Jaguar Land Rover prior to June 2008 but is unique to Jaguar Land Rover. Certain aspects of this process will appear similar to the process currently used by Ford and which was historically used by Jaguar Land Rover however the two processes are now distinct from each other and contain important differences. It is important to ensure that the Jaguar Land Rover version is always used for Jaguar Land Rover business; the Jaguar Land Rover and Ford versions are NOT interchangeable. For any queries regarding the Jaguar Land Rover process described in this document, please contact your Jaguar Land Rover STA Engineer.

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18 19 20 21 -2- June 2010 .Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Table of Contents Page Phased PPAP Introduction Phased PPAP Overview Process Overview Definitions Process Map Phase 0 Run–at-Rate Process Map Phase 1 Quality Verification Process Map Phase 2 Production Verification Process Map Phase 3 Capacity Verification Customer Approval of Phased PPAP Expectations Appendix A – STA Roles & Responsibilities Appendix B – Exception Management Process Appendix C – Phased PPAP Submission Warrant Appendix D – PPAP Requirements Appendix E – Acronym List 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 .

Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Phased PPAP Introduction In order to improve launch performance. What Phased PPAP Means to Jaguar Land Rover Successful completion of Phased PPAP: • Confirms that all customer engineering design record and specification requirements are properly understood by the Supplier. Teamwork Jaguar Land Rover and its Suppliers must work together to deliver a quality part. integrity and accuracy above all else in the Production Part Approval Process. and that ALL production streams have the potential to produce product consistently meeting these requirements during an actual production run at the quoted production rate. Jaguar Land Rover have structured the Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) into a phased approach that will require an organisation to demonstrate manufacturing capability. product quality and production capacity prior to Job #1. To drive flawless execution in launching and delivering products that surpass customer expectations. produced on-time. • Providing a consistent mechanism for a Supplier to demonstrate their ability to support Jaguar Land Rover production volume requirements/capacity. Jaguar Land Rover and its Suppliers must place trust. Benefits of Phased PPAP Phased PPAP will benefit Jaguar Land Rover and its Suppliers by: • Dividing PPAP activities into more manageable segments. -3- June 2010 . • Providing a Programme team with earlier and additional measures to forecast Programme/product readiness. • Providing a structured approach aligned with manufacturing process development. Phased PPAP will provide Jaguar Land Rover and the Supplier with an improved understanding of Supplier manufacturing process and part readiness. that meets all Jaguar Land Rover engineering requirements. Phased PPAP organises the Production Part Approval Process into four phases: Phase 0: 'Run-at-Rate' Phase 1: 'Quality Verification' Phase 2: ‘Production Verification' Phase 3: ‘Capacity Verification’. AND • Verifies that the Supplier's production system can support the Daily Production Volume declared by the customer.

To provide an early indicator that the design of the process/tool/facility has the potential to produce product consistently meeting these requirements during an actual production run at the quoted production rate by operating a minimum of one selected production stream. Phase 1 demonstrates that all PPAP requirements have been met for one production stream Phase 2: Production Verification Objectives: To confirm all customer engineering design record and specification requirements are properly understood by the Supplier. Phase 3: Capacity Verification Objective: Verify the Supplier's production system can support customer declared volume requirements while meeting Phase 2 requirements. Objectives: To confirm all customer design record and specification requirements are properly understood by the Supplier. Summary Phase 0: Run-at-Rate Objectives: To confirm that all production input requirements are available and understood. -4- June 2010 . Phase 2 demonstrates that all PPAP requirements are met for all production streams. and that ALL production streams have the potential to produce product consistently meeting these requirements during an actual production run at the quoted production rate.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Phased PPAP Overview Scope • Phased PPAP must be completed for any of the situations already specified by the current edition AIAG PPAP Manual. and can support a limited production run. any increase in the Daily Production Volume (DPV) declared by the customer above the verified declared DPV will require the Supplier to re-complete any affected Phased PPAP phases. To provide an early indicator that the design of the process/tool/facility has the potential to produce at rate the required number of acceptable parts as determined by the pre-launch control plan. In addition. Phase 1: Quality Verification Utilises parts produced during Phase 0. not a demonstration that all PPAP requirements have been met for that production stream. Phase 0 is a limited run-at-rate of parts for at least one production stream.

Purchasing. The Ford Phased PPAP 4-Panel Process Map (see Phased PPAP Handbook) defines the documentation that is required to be completed at each Phase. accepted. If STA decision on Phased PPAP Warrant is entered by the supplier.Warrant Phase 3 . b) Product Development has the authority to authorize an Alert (or regional equivalent) where a deviation to specification exists. New Model Launch and Material Planning & Logistics (MP&L) d) Data input into VPP/MPP may be conducted by an administration team defined by local procedure. reviews and approves. STA may override supplier VPP/MPP entry at any time. 2 or 3) and documentation defined for Phase below Phase 0 . accepts or rejects submission STA ENGINEER a). d). Please refer to Phased PPAP Handbook for Timing Expectations by Phase Phase 2 PP MRD Phase 3 Job #1 MRD LAUNCH TEAM c) Refer to the Phased PPAP Exception Management Process in the Phased PPAP Handbook b) SUPPLIER d) e) Inputs Phased PPAP Promise dates into VPP/MPP per Phased PPAP Handbook Completes Phased PPAP Requirements (Phase 0.Warrant Phase 2 .Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Process Overview This process flow (an extract from Jaguar Land Rover Internal Procedure PSP-011) is intended to link the activities in Phased PPAP to include 4-Panel Process Flow. the supplier is no longer able to enter part status. 1. where Approval is registered in VPP/MPP automatically when the supplier enters "Y" code. Product Development. GPDS TIMING Phase 0 Timing of Phase 0 is determined by longest lead activity that must be completed to meet Phase 1 Requirements Phase 1 TT MRD The process below is not to scale between timing points.Warrant & Capacity Analysis Report No Enters "R" (Rejected) in VPP/MPP within 24 hours Enters "A" (Approved) or "I" (Internim Accepted) in VPP/MPP within 24 hours No Were all requirements of the Phase met? Yes Enter "Y" code in VPP/MPP for Phase & submit documentation designated for Phase to STA Are all Phases complete? Yes END Reject With P. or rejected Approve or Accept PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (PD) ENGINEERING With STA. Once STA has entered the status. Submission to the authorized customer representative (STA) is defined in the AIAG published PPAP Manual. e) Assigns PPAP level to supplier Site (Per PSP-011). c) Launch team typically consists of STA. e) Documentation is not limited to that defined in this Process Flowchart.Capacity Analysis Report Phase 1 . accepts or rejects submission PD PROGRAM & STA PROGRAM MANAGER Informs affected suppliers of Priority part status and designation of PPAP Submission Level BUYER Completes sourcing of supplier site per Purchasing Procedure 2.. Roles & Responsibilities Matrices & Exception Management Process with the AIAG PPAP Reference Manual and any related Jaguar Land Rover Internal procedures. and Interim Acceptance is required. accounting for Priority status of Parts.D. -5- June 2010 . This also applies in the cases of PPAP Submission Level 1 ("Supplier Self Certification"). reviews and approves. working with Program STA Warrant approved.1 or local practice START NOTES a) Refer to Roles and Responsibilities Matrices in the Phased PPAP Handbook to determine minimum expectations by submission level and phase.

laws. or work rules in Supplier's country of manufacture deem otherwise. cavity. CPVs are typically expressed as weekly volumes. DPV (Daily Planning Volume) DPVs are the maximum planned requirement for this part per day and are broken down by plant and Brand. Suppliers are expected to satisfy the production weekly demand based on a 5 day/3 shift manufacturing operating pattern unless cultural norms. Acceptable Parts (referenced in Phase 0 objectives) Acceptable Parts are defined as parts produced using the required PPAP inputs for Phase 0 as identified on the Process Map and manufactured in conformance with the relevant control plan. additional tools. Temporary Engineering Specification Temporary specification provided by the customer engineering release organization." in order to cover spares (service requirements) and volume spikes. CPVs are approximately 10 percent higher than "production planning volumes. cavities. operator and other required items at the intended location and with the intended layout that will be used to produce parts that meet Jaguar Land Rover specifications. All production streams must include any additional items not included in the single production stream that are required to meet the Jaguar Land Rover Capacity Planning Volume (CPV) requirements of the intended Programme being launched (e. machines). gauge. Capacity Planning Volumes are available from the buyer. facility. machine. See Capacity Analysis Report for details of capacity planning volume requirements on the Jaguar Land Rover Supplier Portal. lines. The Jaguar Land Rover specific method for communicating these specifications is a WERS Alert. which include a valid Temporary Engineering Specification for temporary exception.g. Interim Acceptance Part meets customer specifications. -6- June 2010 . tool. equipment. conveyors. Line Stream Conveyor Cavity Tool Facilities Gauges Operators Others EOL Tester CPV (Capacity Planning Volumes) Capacity Planning Volumes are the volumes for which Jaguar Land Rover requires Suppliers to facilitize and tool-up for. either Pre-Launch or Production and meeting all PPAP requirements.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Definitions: Production Stream A single production stream is a sequence of a minimum of one line.

-7- June 2010 .Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Process Map Phase 0 Run-at-Rate Objectives: To confirm that all production input requirements are available and understood. and can support a limited production run. Refer to the Jaguar Land Rover Supplier Portal for Capacity Analysis Report and supporting documentation. To provide an early indicator that the design of the process/tool/facility has the potential to produce at rate the required number of acceptable parts as determined by the Pre-Launch control plan.

Phase 1 demonstrates that all PPAP requirements have been met for one production stream.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Process Map Phase 1 Quality Verification Objectives: To determine if all customer engineering design record and specification requirements are properly understood by the Supplier. -8- June 2010 . To provide an early indicator that the design of the process/tool/facility has the potential to produce product consistently meeting these requirements during an actual production run at the quoted production rate by operating a minimum of one selected production stream.

. Phase 1 achieved on cavity #1 of a four cavity tool . 3 & 4 may impact the cavity #1 part and it may no longer be to specification). In general terms each production stream should be assessed for Run-at-Rate and Quality Verification separately. -9- June 2010 . Consideration should also be given to the risk that the introduction of further production streams may impact the validity of the Phase 1 approval.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Process Map Phase 2 Production Verification Objectives: To determine if all customer engineering design record and specification requirements are properly understood by the Supplier. and that ALL production streams have the potential to produce product consistently meeting these requirements during an actual production run at the quoted production rate. Phase 2 demonstrates that all PPAP requirements are met for all production streams. (e.the introduction of cavity #2. Note: The approach adopted for PPAP of multiple production streams is scenariospecific and must be agreed between the Supplier and STA.g.

Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Process Map Phase 3 Capacity Verification Objective: Verify the Supplier's production system can support customer declared volume requirements while meeting Phase 2 requirements. .10 - June 2010 . The Capacity Analysis Report and supporting documentation is available on the Jaguar Land Rover Supplier Portal.

the degree of complexity regarding the declaration of Phased PPAP Status and the ability to supply parts during the transition from Phase 1 to Phase 2 inevitably increases. A Supplier is only ready to submit the Phase 1 Warrant if the Supplier can meet all PPAP Requirements for one stream. 2 and 3 each require a Phased PPAP Submission Warrant and customer approval in line with the AIAG PPAP submission level requirements or as otherwise specified by STA (see roles & responsibilities section. appendix A). As Tooling Trial approaches the PPAP requirements for the second and third production streams have been satisfied. The date for which Phase 1 requirements were achieved is not affected in reporting metrics. however a Capacity Analysis Report must be submitted with the Run-at-Rate box ticked indicating Phase 0 and signed by the Supplier. STA and PD* will review and either approve. Phase 3 requires Suppliers to complete the Capacity Analysis Report in addition to the Phased PPAP Submission Warrant. interim accept or reject the PPAP submission Warrant.11 - June 2010 . Phases 1. In addition. (Due no later than Tooling Trial Material Required Date . the Supplier will only be ready to submit the Phase 2 Warrant when the Supplier is able to prove that the PPAP requirements have been met for all 4 production streams. that declares that the PPAP requirements for the 3 production streams have been met (plus supporting data as per submission level requirements).TT MRD). Phase 1 Warrant. and the Supplier wants to supply parts for Tooling Trial from the three streams. In line with Phased PPAP methodology. Transition: Phase 1 Approval to Phase 2 Approval . • • • • • *See the Phased PPAP Warrant in Appendix C . (Due no later than PP MRD . Any temporary exception due to non-compliance with a PPAP element or build timing requirement is handled in line with the Exception Management Process (refer to Appendix B).Pilot Production Material Required Date – for GPDS Programmes).Status and Part Supply In cases where more than two production streams are to be used to support Jaguar Land Rover's capacity requirements. In order to supply these parts the Supplier must have an approved.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Customer Approval of Phased PPAP Phased PPAP Approval Phase 0 does not require a Phased PPAP Submission Warrant. appendix A). For Suppliers designated as non-JLRQ and Suppliers/parts identified as Priority. Suppliers to Jaguar Land Rover will utilize the Phased PPAP Warrant (Appendix C). updated. In order to illustrate how this should be managed please consider the following example: A Supplier will be introducing a total of four production streams. the Supplier should have results from Run-at-Rate readily available for STA Site Engineer review and approval where required (see roles & responsibilities section.

Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Expectations GPDS Phased PPAP Achievement by Build Milestone PPAP Phase Not later than: Phase 0 Run-at-Rate Timing must support Phase 1 at TT MRD Phase 1 PPAP (minimum 1 TT MRD production stream) Phase 2 PPAP (all production PP/MRD streams) Phase 3 PPAP MP1 MRD* *Exceptions are to be approved by STA Programme and Site Management The decision to progress through the GPDS Milestones is determined by the Launch QOS. Additionally. refer to New Model Launch Team for latest version. STA and PD will disposition the Supplier Phased PPAP submission and provide a copy of the signed Warrant to the Supplier. . sub-suppliers may use the Jaguar Land Rover Capacity Analysis Report and Phased PPAP Warrant documentation. Phased PPAP Reporting Expectations Phased PPAP requires Suppliers to track and report on multiple promise dates. Tier 1 Suppliers shipping to Jaguar Land Rover must use a production part approval process for their sub-suppliers.12 - June 2010 . Suppliers are required to verify their subsupplier can meet required volumes at the required time.

and CAR. No PD activity submission. data. supporting supporting data. b) PPAP Supplier Site New Part Phase 0 Submission Run-At-Rate JLRQ Status Status Level JLRQ NonPriority 1 Phase 1 Quality Verification Phase 2 Production Verification Phase 3 Capacity Verification Supplier Site self-certifies to JLR Phased PPAP Requirements Not Regardless of applicable JLRQ Status on new models Non JLRQ NonPriority 2 Warrant with product samples and limited supporting data submitted to JLR STA STA desktop review of Supplier PPAP submission and accompanying documentation 3 Not Regardless of applicable JLRQ Status on new models 4 Warrant and other requirements as defined by JLR STA If applicable. PPAP PPAP submission submission Warrant (Phase Warrant (Phase 1) Supporting 2) Supporting Documentation Documentation and Sample and Sample Parts Parts Approve. including including including supporting data. and CAR. STA review STA attend STA attend PPAP production STA attend production run. b) For on-going running changes.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix A STA Roles & Responsibilities Minimum STA Review Requirements a. Reject or Interim Accept Capacity Analysis Report and PPAP Submission Warrant (Phase 3) Regardless of JLRQ Status Priority 5 Documentation Capacity Analysis Report PPAP c) Outcome Warrant requiring a Temporary Engineering Specification No change to the review requirements as defined in table above. Phase 2 (Production Verification) and Phase 3 (Capacity Verification) will follow the minimum STA review requirements stated in the table. MCR. a) For additional details on the alignment of Phased PPAP with GPDS requirements. or resourcing action: Phase 0 (Run-at-Rate). If applicable. run. c) Supplier Site may be designated JLRQ or Non-JLRQ . Phase 1 (Quality Verification). submission. submission. then Run at Rate then review including review PPAP event PPAP supporting data submission submission and CAR. refer to the GPDS Supplier Engagement Manual on the Jaguar Land Rover Supplier Portal. PD review PD review PD review PPAP PPAP PPAP submission.13 June 2010 .

. this instruction defines the process steps for achieving Interim Acceptance of a part with a valid Temporary Engineering Specification. Also.14 - June 2010 .Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix B Exception Management Process Purpose The purpose of this instruction is to identify the Supplier and customer responsibilities when PPAP is not complete and approved material is required to support customer manufacturing.

Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix B .15 - June 2010 .

not all equipment on home-line. The specific methods for communicating these specifications are via an Approved WERS Alert. agree and implement a corrective action plan. • Parts not produced using intended production flow – e. The Supplier should seek input from the Jaguar Land Rover's product development. If this plan is not complete prior to the build requirements then a Temporary Engineering Specification is needed. "Interim Acceptance" – part meets customer specifications and includes valid Temporary Engineering Specification for deviation. "Temporary Engineering Specification" – temporary specification provided by Jaguar Land Rover engineering release organisation. • Dimension out of tolerance.16 - June 2010 . Exception Management Process Flow Description Deviation to PPAP Elements: It is the responsibility of the Supplier to complete the 18 requirements of PPAP prior to the date when the customer requires approved material. rework due to urgent change.g. use of temporary tooling/facility.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix B Definitions "Approved Material" – parts with Warrant declaring "Approved" in the customer use block of the PPAP Warrant. and launch management to assure their concurrence with the planned corrective actions. The team should develop. manufacturing.. Corrective Action Plan: It is the responsibility of the Supplier to develop a Corrective Action Plan that achieves Approved Material status by the required part submission date. Examples of a PPAP requirement not being met include: • PV testing not complete. • Deviation to required cycle time. . agree and implement a Corrective Action Plan. "Approval" – part meets all customer specifications and requirements. If this timing is not achieved then the team should develop. Support Plan: If the PPAP submission is not complete at the required timing a Support Plan must be developed that identifies how the Supplier will support the build volume requirements as well as the activities to support Approval. Deviation from PPAP Timing: It is the responsibility of the Supplier to complete the appropriate Phase by the required timing as determined by the customer. Local practice determines whether a Temporary Engineering Specification is required for Deviations to PPAP Timing. If this plan is not complete prior to the build requirement then a support plan should be developed.

the modified specification(s) that the part satisfies. The Temporary Engineering Specification must describe the specific PPAP Element(s) (or timing deviations per local practice) that are not completed. the Supplier is responsible to update all affected quality control documents. Jaguar Land Rover's Product Development. typically reflected in terms of days. Note: quality control document review is a required for the development of the Temporary Engineering Specification.g. This approval is authorization to the Supplier to proceed with the corrective actions necessary to achieve Acceptable Material status on a time or part quantity limited basis. The Temporary Engineering Specification is effective for a limited period of time. Update quality control documents: Upon receiving the approved Temporary Engineering Specification from the customer.17 - June 2010 . quantity of parts.Use of surrogate test results Approve/Release Temporary Engineering Specification: Jaguar Land Rover are responsible for approval and release of Temporary Engineering Specifications. Launch Management. Controls Plans. . Operator Instructions and Visual Aids shall be reviewed. Additionally. The PFMEA shall be updated appropriately. and Manufacturing will concur with the Temporary Engineering Specification. Examples of Temporary Engineering Specifications: • Geometry – expanded tolerance or mean shift • PV Testing – partial completion • Functional Testing . extraordinary controls/inspection process and robust measurement system) to the modified specification. if the part is saleable and the justification why the modified specification is acceptable.Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix B Temporary Engineering Specification: Shipment of production level parts with an incomplete PPAP requires a Supplier's PPAP Warrant consistent with the requirements stated in a Temporary Engineering Specification. Typically. or specific launch build event. and it will be approved by the releasing activity. items such as Gauge R&R. the Temporary Engineering Specification shall describe how the Supplier will assure quality of parts (e. Additionally.

The purpose of this Warrant is for the Supplier to declare that inspections and tests on production parts show conformance to customer specifications including the Temporary Engineering Specification. If the conditions within the Temporary Engineering Specification are changed. select "Interim". Jaguar Land Rover should process a new or updated Temporary Engineering Specification. the STA Programme Manager should be notified. check the box indicating that results do not meet drawing and specification requirements. • If Accept. a new Warrant is required from the Supplier. rejected. The Supplier must indicate the following on the Phased PPAP Warrant: • In the Submission Results section. the Part Approval Activity (STA and Product Development) completes the Customer Use section of the Warrant.18 - June 2010 . check (Interim Accept) for Part Warrant Disposition • If Reject. If Approval is not complete by the next launch build event. Rejection of the Warrant means customer requirements were not fulfilled and requires the Supplier to make corrections and submit a new Warrant. The STA Programme Manager may choose to utilize this Exception Management process to gain acceptance for the submission Actions to achieve Approval: The Supplier is responsible to implement the corrective actions necessary to achieve an Approval. check Reject for Part Warrant Disposition If a submission at any phase is due to be. • In the Interim status / Engineering Authorization section. Accept or Reject Warrant: Acceptance of the Warrant is the Supplier's permission to ship products for a specified time period or quantity. enter the Temporary Engineering Specification number • On the document header. Upon review of the Warrant and supporting evidence. .Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix B Provide Phased PPAP Warrant: It is the responsibility of the Supplier to complete a Phased PPAP Warrant per the specifications provided in the Temporary Engineering Specification. or has been.

Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix C JLR Phased PPAP Submission Warrant 1/ 1/ The actual form can be found on the Jaguar Land Rover Supplier Portal .19 - June 2010 .

20 - June 2010 .Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix D PPAP Requirements # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Requirement Design Record Engineering Change Documents Customer Engineering Approval Design FMEA Process Flow Diagrams Process FMEA Control Plan Measure System Analysis Studies Dimensional Results Records of Material/Performance Test Results Initial Process Studies Qualified Laboratory Documentation Appearance Approval Reports Sample Production Parts Master Sample Checking Aids Customer Specific Requirements PPAP Warrant .

PRODUCT/PART • • • TT WERS 1PP - Tooling Trial Worldwide Engineering Release System 1st Production Prove-Out Units (at customer plant) .21 - June 2010 .Jaguar Land Rover Phased PPAP Requirements Handbook Appendix E Acronym List • • • • • • • • • AIAG CPV DPV EOL FEU GPDS IB MRD PD - Automotive Industry Action Group Capacity Planning Volume Daily Production Volume End of Line Field Evaluation Units (at customer plant) Global Product Development System Integrated Build (at customer plant) Material Required Date Jaguar Land Rover Product Development (Design and Release Engineering) • • • • • PP PPAP PSW STA SALEABLE - Pilot Production Production Part Approval Process Part Submission Warrant Supplier Technical Assistance Refers to the product/part specified on the contract between the customer and organization.