Sevelnord is the second plant of PSA Peugeot – Citroën to benefit from Corail, a move that implies a vast overhaul of its upstream logistics IT systems. This new tool hinges on three main objectives :
- Aim at a global integration of supply chains
- Promote the deployment of the lean
- Adapt to new logistic frameworks, with an international focus
The synchronous supply of parts consists in delivering them according to their passing order on the production line. The parts are delivered right on time, only when needed, hence limiting the need for storage and associated costs.
A leader in the development of “Just in Sequence” solutions, ICDSC adapted its Syflux software, to respond to new requirements from PSA Peugeot Citroën. After a 3 weeks duplicate life phase, the Ostrevent’s company becomes the first successfully started synchronous supplier.
Aurore Guernalec, head of Change Management and Partner Relations at PSA Peugeot_Citroën, comments on this deployment :
« 08 last December, the Ostrevent’s company, was the first synchronous supplier to receive message from CORAIL . This deployment was a success in so far as the supply of parts was ensured without any disruption.
All this was made possible by the expertise and responsiveness of ICDSC. They were able to take into account our needs and responded with great professionalism.
ICDSC is a true partner of PSA Peugeot Citroën. We have developed quality relationships throughout the project.”
We are ready to deploy Corail on other plants of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group and already started this process on the Trnava site.