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Spotlight

Seeräuber Automotive de México

Thu, 09/01/2016 - 14:49

Companies cannot be experts in everything and sometimes it is better to allocate resources elsewhere to ensure the corporation’s wellbeing. Seeräuber Automotive de México was inaugurated in 2014 with to assist the booming industry with process design, product assembly, logistics and supply chain management, incorporating expertise from the electronics sector.

The company decided on Guadalajara’s metropolitan area as the best destination for its operations, close enough to support all players in the Bajio region. Located at Parque Industrial Guadalajara in El Salto, Seeräuber offers a unique geographical locale for both domestic and international customers. Guadalajara offers a unique logistical advantage to Seeräuber, located only 200 miles away from Manzanillo, which is one of the most important freight ports in Mexico. The city also is evolving into one of the main technological hubs in the country.

Seeräuber decided to fully renovate its plant in 2016 and now it specializes in offering solutions for contract manufacturing, precision machining and supply chain management. The company has more than 2,300m2 of production space, allowing it to produce approximately 600,000 assemblies per month. Seeräuber specializes in different automotive components, operating Just-in-Time production lines. The company also handles inventories and offers JIT deliveries to its customers directly to their production sites.

Seeräuber Automotive de México is working to obtain the ISO TS-16949 certification, which will be finalized by the end of 2016. The company is already ISO 9000- 2008 certified and is supported by a skilled and qualified workforce trained under the strictest automotive standards.

Keeping up to date with the latest trends in ERP solutions, Seeräuber offers integration through SAP’s platforms and SupplyOn, making the company a strategic partner for potential manufacturing operations in Mexico. The company offers consulting services to prospective clients to determine the most suitable operations for outsourcing, ultimately potentiating their clients’ results. Seeräuber is considering building a second facility in San Luis Potosi or Guanajuato to be closer to potential customers.