Insequence supplies software solutions for two Yanfeng automotive plants in Mexico
Insequence Corporation, a Tennessee-based sequencing and manufacturing execution systems supplier, announced it will provide software to Yanfeng in Mexico for facilities located in Queretaro and Derramadero, Coahuila.
The Queretaro plant will utilize solutions managing the building and shipping of instruments panels, in sequence, to COMPAS, a manufacturing facility created in a joint venture between Daimler and Nissan to build Mercedes-Benz and Infinity cars.
Meanwhile, the Derramadero’s solutions will be for building in sequence or just shipping in sequence of door panels, floor consoles, bolsters, and instrument panels to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).
Yanfeng’s facility in Queretaro will use multiple applications from Insequence for sequencing and manufacturing instrument panels. The software will receive and validate the demand from COMPAS before sending production requirements to the line. The applications will then communicate with each other in a specific order to accomplish a smooth sequencing, manufacturing, and shipping process.
The facility in Derramadero will also use multiple applications from Insequence for sequencing and manufacturing multiple commodities. Commodities being manufactured or just sequenced include door panels, floor consoles, instrument panels, and bolsters.
The software will receive and validate the demand from FCA before sending production requirements to the line. The applications will then communicate with each other in a specific order to accomplish a smooth process, either build-in-sequence or just-in-sequence, depending on the commodity.
Yanfeng Automotive Interiors (YFAI), is a global supplier of automotive interiors. Headquartered in Shanghai, China, the company has over 100 facilities in 20 countries and provides components to nearly all automakers. They have been working with Insequence since 2015, but this is the first time both companies will work together outside of the United States.
Insequence has implemented projects in Mexico since 2004 when they first expanded into the international market.
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