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  • Writer's pictureJaime Ventura Energy Consultant


Updated: Apr 1


OEM battery projects

Demand for batteries regarding OEM battery projects is constantly increasing and customers face various issues with the challenge of sourcing different types of technologies from multiple vendors in different locations:

Warranty: Each provider may have different warranty terms, which makes it difficult for the customer to keep track of them. This can lead to confusion and possible disputes in case of claims. Also, if a customer is faced with a defective product, it can be difficult to determine which supplier is responsible for the problem.

Interaction between factories: It is possible that all the suppliers do not know each other, which makes it difficult for them to integrate into the final project. This can lead to compatibility and integration issues.

Pricing: Since the customer orders smaller volumes for each type of battery technology, suppliers use to charge a higher price per unit. This can significantly affect the customer's profit margin and increase the total cost of the project.

Trademarks: Permits for their use, artworks for printing individual units and packages, design of catalogs and user manuals adapted to each local client, pallet identification labels, packing lists, among others.

Quality control: Since suppliers are different and located in different places, it can be challenging to ensure consistent quality across all products. This can lead to security issues and other inconveniences, which can have a significant impact on customer reputation.

Shipping: Vendors may have different safety reports, making it difficult to determine how to ship products properly. Additionally, some vendors may not provide appropriate safety information, creating potential security risks and delays in approvals.

How do we help to solve all previous issues through our Integration Coefficient IC model?

Coordinating the different warranty terms provided by the different suppliers; negotiating standardized warranty terms with all of them and ensuring that each vendor's warranty terms are clearly defined and aligned with the overall project requirements; managing the warranty claims process, ensuring that any faulty products are handled quickly and efficiently.

In addition, we act as a single point of contact between all the different suppliers, making sure everyone is aware of each other's products and providing guidance on how to integrate them into the final project and shipment; negotiating better prices with suppliers by consolidating orders and increasing total volume.

For safety, we take care that all the information in the datasheets, brochures and user manuals is clear and precise, we even provide translation services and ensure that all the documentation complies with the project demands, quality standards and regulations and we provide guidance on shipping and handling, ensuring that all products travel to their destination safely and efficiently.

The Integration Coefficient IC model provides a level of flexibility and agility not possible with the traditional supply chain model, quickly adapting to changing market conditions and customer needs.

More information needed? Please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

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