TRIGO, PSA Group Partner On Quality Services

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By Dipo Olowookere

TRIGO has been awarded a strategic contract by PSA Group to provide extensive quality services in France for the upcoming years.

The cooperation between TRIGO and PSA Group started two decades ago and has been developed in many locations worldwide where PSA Group operates. As a result of a proposal opportunity launched in France in 2016, TRIGO became the trusted quality service provider at 13 French PSA manufacturing sites.

TRIGO’s innovative quality solutions are significantly facilitating the automotive manufacturer’s operations and improving its competitiveness by covering the complete OEM manufacturing process and offering a comprehensive quality service portfolio, including Containment and Sorting actions, Quality Firewall, Vehicle Launch Support, In-process and Final Vehicle Inspection, Software Update, Initial Sample Management, Non-conformity Analysis, Supplier Training and Audit, and more.

Additionally, TRIGO’s leading position in providing technical OEM services such as Mechanical Rework, Electronic Diagnosis, Electrical Rework, Saddlery, Painting, Bare Sheet and Painted Car Body Repair benefited its position to be chosen as a strategic quality partner by the French manufacturer.

Furthermore, the TRIGO Academy offering extensive Quality Trainings and premium Technical Expertise in Inspection and Technical Repair to OEM and Tier-1 customers as well as TRIGO internal associates, has also contributed to set up a successful cooperation with PSA Group for the upcoming years.

“We are very proud to strengthen further our partnership with PSA Group and to become the trusted quality services provider in France. This is a clear market recognition of TRIGO’s successful strategic development and unique market positioning in France and worldwide. Our competitive, extensive and technical quality service portfolio is a key asset for the automotive OEMs to successfully achieve the challenging quality targets required in this industry. This is also a strong reward to our operational teams who deliver a best-in-class daily service to PSA Group while sharing the values of operational excellence and customer satisfaction,” says Julien Laforets, Managing Director of TRIGO France.

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