Delayed differentiation

Delayed differentiation consists of individually finishing the product coming off the production line to adapt and specialize it to the customer's accurate order, thus reducing the variety of basic products, by ultimately differentiating them.

Differentiating a product before it is put on the market or delivered to the end customer calls for industrial skills that VIALOG companies master through the integration of electronic boards, the setting on frame, the assembly of options, the configuration of software on request, etc.

Return logistics is a set of operations aimed at ensuring the collection of products that have broken down or reached the end of their life.

Recycling and sorting requirements, in particular those set in the European WEEE directive, mean that a dismantling, recycling and sorting chain must be put in place for waste from these products and systems.

More and more, the treatment of products and systems at the end of their life cycle calls for the combined intervention of logistics and industrial subcontracting players, for their dismantling or reconditioning.

Our skills in the assembly of electronic sub-assemblies and sheet metal work also enable us to refurbish these products before they are put back on the market.

  • Delayed differentiation
  • Configuration to order
  • Return logistics
  • Repair
  • Refurbishment