Motor Vehicle Manufacturing
Southfield, Michigan
Distribution Centers
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Business Overview

Denso Manufacturing Tennessee is their largest operation in North America and a leading supplier of automotive technology, systems, and components

Established in 1988, the Maryville company features four manufacturing plants that produce starters, alternators, instrument clusters, electronics (including engine, safety, and device products), and body electronics (focus on remote keyless entry, auto air conditioning control units, tire pressure monitoring systems, and body control modules)

In addition to their dedication to innovative, leading technology, Denso is also highly committed to providing safe and secure products for their customers

Denso is extremely eco-friendly and strives to not only protect people, but the environment as well


Needed to increase visibility of inventory movement, raw materials, and parts
Warehouse space was decreasing due to growth, so they looked to increase space and improve utilization
Looked to reduce manpower with the new system, as they previously did their slotting and inventory movement manually


IT cost containment and quick onboarding of new customers
Improved customer service levels due to increased operational efficiencies, inventory accuracy and streamlined business processes
Warehouse efficiencies include better order fulfillment, sophisticated wave planning, efficient pick, pack and ship operations
Improved market responsiveness
Capabilities to take on more complex services for customers
Supports multiple languages with minimal training


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