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For much of its history, Sesé has worked alongside the automotive industry and is now a manager of its integrated supply chains. To extend the industry’s production processes, Sesé has eight production centres worldwide where it assembles and installs parts and components for any part of a vehicle.

The original aim was to be a long-term strategic partner for manufacturers. The achievement of that aim can be seen in the fact that the business now manages more than 25 projects for a major global manufacturer; from supplier management, contract logistics services, assembly, manufacture and assembly of vehicle modules, component manufacture, to distribution of the final product.

At its production centres Sesé designs the whole process and assembles various modules for vehicles including front and rear axles, front-end, cockpit, centre console, seats, headlights, lockarits and corner modules. Manufactured items are supplied just in time/just in sequence through a range of internal logistics services such as warehousing, preparation and supply of raw materials to the production chain; and external logistics in a buffer warehouse. Subsequently, we effect delivery via planned end-to-end land, sea and intermodal freight routes and distribute finished vehicles to dealers, as well as managing aftermarket logistics. That depth of involvement requires coordination and exploitation of synergies between different services. Sesé takes responsibility for the management of the different activities. We eliminate inefficiencies and propose continuous improvements.

Recently, Sesé has taken a further step in its commitment to the development of the automotive supply chain by taking on the construction, start-up and overall management of a plant for a major global manufacturer. That process involved finding the site, building the entire seven acre plant, designing the production lines, installing equipment, systems integration, commissioning, start-up, testing and prototyping, right up to the first series 0 product