Family-owned business, the 2CV MEHARI CLUB CASSIS is historically recognized for the excellence of the quality / price ratio of its parts, the quality of its renovations and reconstructions, its unique offer of services and the accompaniment of its customers, that they are individuals or professionals.
Thanks to their loyalty and Citroën’s confidence since its creation, the 2CV MEHARI CLUB CASSIS offers more than 5000 references in permanent stock and has become a reference for all lovers of the brand chevrons and its models mythical: 2CV, Mehari, Dyane.
The 2CV Méhari Club Cassis moved into its brand new 5,000m2 warehouse in mid-January 2020 in order to group together most of its activities, including logistics. It asked ACSEP, the specialist in digital supply chain and WMS, to assist it in the development of the 3,000 m2 dedicated to logistics and in the implementation of best practices.
From February to May 2019, when the new warehouse was already under construction, ACSEP meticulously studied all of the company’s logistics data in order to advise the 2 CV Méhari Club Cassis on the location, storage structures and best practices in the profession.
As Jean-Pierre Gautier, ACSEP’s business director, points out: “Our mission was to help the Méhari Club Cassis 2CV to take a step forward by providing them with agility and the ability to anticipate. We mapped and dimensioned the flows in order to implement the building. We also established the new preparation processes in relation to the typology of flows and drew up a detailed schedule to successfully complete the project. »
ACSEP has produced a series of reports on productivity and layout, including advice on creating a mezzanine, quantifying the number of linear metres of picking and defining the number of pallet spaces.
The team also studied each workshop, following the example of the packaging workshop, which handles very heterogeneous products, ranging from screws to important bodywork components!
It also set up a set of methods and then drew up a complete set of specifications on equipment requirements.
Even if it is difficult today to make an initial assessment of the figures for the first 6 months of operation because of the confinement, “ACSEP’s support has been particularly exhaustive. It has enabled us to increase our skills and gain in autonomy,” continues Quentin Premel. ACSEP helped us to fit out our warehouse and optimise our flows. We have already gained in productivity and our teams are delighted with their new working tool! Finally, we still have room to develop new markets. We are also working on electric conversion kits for old vehicles. »