TechniSourcing methodology

A 6 steps process that eliminates the risks of Eastern Europe sourcing

In detail, the 6 steps process based on 15 years of experience and partnerships in industrial subcontracting in Eastern Europe.

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  1. Selection of "good to subcontract" products
  2. Validation of technical specifications
  3. Validation of commercial specifications
  4. Prototypes or samples
  5. Validation
  6. Routine start-up

An expert process to avoid the pitfalls of remote sourcing

Infographie de la méthode en 6 étapes TechniSourcing



>Sélection of « good to subcontract » products

  • The idea is to work only on projects with a good chance of success.
  • Favourable: high added value contained in the product, as a proportion of the total initial cost.
  • Good transportability, so you don't have to pay for air transport.
  • One file at a time!

> Validation of technical specifications

  • Attention, dwg drawings are indispensable if the component is complex.
  • Which materials and certificates? What surface conditions and treatments?
  • Where are the critical points? What are the functional dimensions?
  • Do you have any process advice to give us?
  • We are a source of proposals for process optimisation.
  • What is the control plan? Sampling, key ribs;

> Validation of commercial specifications

  • Do you have a target price?
  • Minimum acceptable payment terms?
  • Lot size
  • Packaging
  • Documents
  • Which level of reporting would you like?

> Prototypes

  • Once the price has been confirmed and accepted, we move on to the prototype phase.
  • Delivery time is the same as for a proto made in France.


> Validation

  • Either on site or in France, depending on the size.
  • Definitive process shutdown
  • Validation of the control plan

> Routine start-up

  • Sending the first of the serial batch
  • Logistics optimization
  • Control on samples
  • Feedback
  • Possible technical developments