design and implement the group’s global industrial strategy in
collaboration with EADS International, corporate strategy teams and all
EADS Business Units. Its two main goals are to build a transversal
industrial policy in terms of engineering, industrial projects,
structural partnerships, and drive EADS globalization in key countries.
global long term growth. As traditional commercial approach faces
strong limits, GID will reinforce the establishment of EADS as a local
industrial player on high potential strategic markets in order to fully
benefit from their growth,” said Jean-Paul Gut. “We are convinced that
Daniel Baubil, on account of his broad industrial and operational
experience, and his newly appointed team, will perfectly manage this
was Senior Vice President, Head of Airbus Equipment & Propulsion
systems Procurement. He started his career in 1977 at 3M as Finance and
Business Controller. He joined Snecma in 1978 as Deputy Treasurer.
Since 1980, he has occupied various high ranking positions at Airbus in
Finance, Customer Affairs, Production and Procurement.
defence and related services. In 2004, EADS generated revenues of €
31.8 billion and employed a workforce of about 110,000.