VEHICLES REWORK & LOGISTICS

Automotive
OEM

NATURE OF SERVICE

Convert civilian vehicles into police cars.

 

OBJECTIVES

  • Convert 1,400 civilian vehicles into police cars, respecting all the norms and specifications.

  • Manage onsite logistics to avoid management problems due to supplier delays on parts delivery. Digital tools providing real-time vision of vehicle statistics and situations (ready, not touched or waiting for parts), together with qualitative information regardingeach vehicle.

 

TASKS

  • Manage vehicle progression in real-time vision thanks to TRIGO’sdigital solutions: Parking Lot, Data Entry and Reworker. 

  • Participation in 13 onsite areas of reworking activities: 

  • Module 0: preparation of parts kit

  • Module 1: vehicles stickering

  • Module 2: fixed glass shielding (front and rear windows)

  • Module 3: doors stripping / dismantling movable windows / doors relining with bulletproof glass

  • Module 3 BIS: shielding installation on movable windows

  • Module 4: Internal stripping for the passage of different electrical clusters 

  • Module 5: installation and fixing of ramps and antennas on the roof

  • Module 6: electrical preparation of the engine compartment, wiring clusters, etc.

  • Module 7: internal relining

  • Module 8: installation of platinum clusters (a part that manages the new electrical vehicles’ components)

  • Module 9: adjustment of the dashboard and speaker, installation of additional elements on the dashboard

  • Module 10: insertion of front and rear seat covers

  • Module 11: final inspection (appearance, electrical, etc.)

  • Plus: vehicle jockeying

LOCATION

  • France
France

KEY NUMBERS

  • 3 months
  • 1,400 reworked vehicles
  • 32 vehicles reworked per day
  • Approximately 100 TRIGO employees, shared in 3 groups (3x8)
  • Second mission scheduled for mid-January

 

TEAM

  • 1 Site Manager
  • 2 Team Managers
  • 70 to 80 Reworkers
  • 7 Jockeys / Vehicle Preparers

KEY RESULTS

  • Team organization and mobilization for the missions’ success
  • Cooperation with OEM employees to implement digital tools enabling to follow real-time information regarding vehicle status. 
  • Respect of the delivery day by overcoming logistics challenges due to suppliers' delays. 
  • Customer satisfaction