U.S. President Trump turns to tariffs for leverage, hoping to spur the Mexican government into action at the border.
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We bring decades of hands-on, rigorous operational expertise.
Seraph works with its clients to turnaround, relocate, or restructure their business operations.
Our team of operational leaders work on our client’s behalf to fix a crisis that is putting the business at immediate risk, turnaround a situation that is hurting the bottom line, or to restructure to grow in a changing market.
We take a pragmatic and collaborative approach (when appropriate), working with key members of our client’s staff to ensure that regardless of the starting point we leave behind a team that will thrive.
In a crisis, when the business is at risk or customers are distraught, it is not about the niceties of “the how.” It is a total focus on positive action to identify the root cause, show customers a credible plan, and then execute.
Our turnaround and restructuring services are two sides of the same coin; working with our clients to bring our insight and skills to deal with a performance issue or to prepare for a significant future event at a project, business unit, or company level.
Consolidating or relocating manufacturing plants is a challenging task for which few companies are fully resourced. Our team has a proven track record of driving the rapid consolidation of complex manufacturing operations across international boundaries.
Product development & launch is a complex cross functional undertaking that demands the highest levels of leadership. It is not a linear process - it is the net outcome of many operations, each with potentially competing objectives, performance measures, and timelines.
We deliver operational due diligence studies for investors in manufacturing assets. We help our clients fully understand opportunities and risks in a proposed business acquisition.
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