A company located in San Antonio, Texas, was at risk of losing a contract because its maquiladora was failing in volume, quality, and cost in 2008. It required taking control of the operation, however, it did not have the knowledge or resources to manage the project.
In alliance with Onilog, they started operations with a new location in Tamaulipas where the productive force developed without interrupting the service to its clients, and maintaining control of the project at all. Subsequently, it was necessary to establish a new mirror operation in the western area. Onilog was commissioned with the feasibility study, evaluating the different options and finally decided to install it in Sonora.
A company that supplied steel from Monterrey for a major OEM located in Nuevo Laredo during 2012 required to move its inventory to the customer's vicinity to satisfy their needs in time and form due to the complexity of the supply and its volume.
In alliance with Onilog, it was possible to create the desired supply chain without affecting the JIT program that was offered at that time in two weeks. Since then, excellent levels of service have been maintained.
A sugar company supplying large volumes to the United States market required to supply from its sugar mills located in Veracruz during 2008.
The regulations of both countries allowed the opportunity to use fulles in the journey in Mexican territory, but it was required a distribution center capable of carrying out all of the transfers at the border, as well as having the equipment to carry out the crossings border efficiently. With our alliance, we generate a 60% reduction in the cost of transportation in the Mexican section.
An automobile component manufacturing company located in Saltillo, Coahuila required to complete its production process at a location closer to that of its suppliers located in Italy and India.
To select a supplier, an evaluation was carried out that rated the quality of the process that guaranteed the success of the assembly of its parts.
After qualifying Onilog's performance in this process, a production line was installed to perform the last stage of the process in Nuevo Laredo.
A leading global technology group required an ally to handle specific amounts for JIT program.
In order to maximize the benefit of the consignment program, the operation asked for specific quantities of the daily production requirements of high-value inputs. We created the inventory management procedure per product units instead of accounting by pallet.
A transnational flat steel company required to transport its materials in the JIT program. The required distribution center was installed to keep inventory close to the customer.
We invested in the creation of a transport fleet to move steel that provided certainty on the delivery and coordination between the distribution center and the production center.
Reconstruction of past due balances in the inventory control system
A textile company located in Sonora operated without keeping track of its consumables, which generated past due balances when the physical record indicated that it had exported them. This originated from mismanagement in the inventory system that did not declare actual consumption.
We started by processing and obtaining the IMMEX permit. After that, we worked on its inventory control system, restructuring it to obtain the desired balances and avoid problems with the authorities for keeping expired merchandise in the country.
Create remanufacturing of televisions to improve the price
The only television assembly company in the United States was looking for the opportunity to improve the process of returning its products by Walmart customers.
To improve their return, instead of keeping the televisions at the prices they were receiving them, we decided to request the delivery of the units to be transfered to Nuevo Laredo, where a reconditioning process would begin for their sale in the Mexican market. The result was that their income increased considerably.