Containment

6 July 2018
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Containment

Freezing pens & chiseling through ice: Containment team battles arctic blast

An SCSI containment team fought frigid temperatures and heavy snow to keep large wheel loaders rolling down the assembly line at a major OEM. SCSI partnered with an overseas supplier to inspect and rework 10,000 lb frames before they became an issue. Instant Response The supplier contacted SCSI at around 2:30 p.m. Monday afternoon, quickly […]


17 May 2017
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Containment

Detailed Sort Data at Your Fingertips

Have you seen our upgraded Service Agreement VisibilitY (SAVY) tool?  SAVY provides real-time data, giving you complete control over your quality spills 24/7 from anywhere around the world. –  See job updates through a slick new dashboard! It spotlights what’s important to you – Open jobs, Pieces touched, Fallout rate, and Un-invoiced charges –  Handy side […]


12 July 2016
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Containment

Response Time is Key For Emergency Sorts, Rework

SCSI understands that when you have an urgent quality issue, you can’t wait. That’s why our response time averages under 17 minutes throughout our network. Whether you start a job online, email, or call directly, we always get back to you as soon as possible. How our rapid deployment team works SCSI is a unique 3PL […]


5 July 2016
Category:
Containment

SCSI Lafayette Quotes De-Rust on 1.5 Million Dollars Worth of Inventory

SCSI Lafayette received a call from the OEM concerning their procurement of nearly 1.5 million dollars worth of inventory, for which several of these components will be stored for up to two years. With this in mind, coupled with a murky past of rust rejections stemming from material being shipped to the OEM, the Process Control […]


4 May 2016

Case Study: Automotive OEM

Almost three years ago, SCSI was chosen by a major automotive OEM as an onsite third party containment service provider. The OEM was dissatisfied with the incumbent and needed a company to adapt quickly to the constant changes in the industry.  The OEM was launching a new platform, not just a model year change, that […]