How ERP systems must meet the challenges of automotive suppliers
- AIAG Document Compares QS-9000 And TS 16949. // Quality Progress;Mar2002, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p21
Reports the issuance of QS-9000 document to ISO/TS 16949 by the Automotive Industry Action Group in the U.S. Differences between the quality systems of QS-9000 and ISO 16949; Completion of requirements for QS-9000 upon registering for TS 16949; Provisions of ISO 9000 for automotive industry...
- Deadline to update your ISO Quality Management System drawing near. Fitch, Arthur // Hudson Valley Business Journal;4/8/2002, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p20
Reports on the need for organization involved in the automotive industry supply chain to revise their QS9000 based Quality Management System in mid-Hudson Area, New York. Establishment of QS9000 derivatives; Representation of the International Automotive Task Force; Requirements for suppliers...
- QS-9000: Expanding the value of industry standards. Nixon, Allen M. // Design News;10/20/97, Vol. 53 Issue 20, p58
Reports on QS-9000, an automotive industry requirement to join the industrial sector in the United States. Factors which influenced the creation of QS-9000; Issues arising from QS-9000; Advantages of QS-9000 to the automobile industry; Names of some the companies involved in QS-9000.
- Does QS 9000 Really Protect the Customer? Desatnick, Robert L. // Journal for Quality & Participation;Spring2001, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p46
Presents information on QS 9000 certification in the automobile industry. Problems regarding QS 9000 certification; Processes involved in the certification; Elements and sub-elements of QS 9000.
- TE supplement lacks necessary infrastructure. // Quality;Jun97, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p17
Reports on the auditing of some companies to meet tooling and equipment requirements that are a supplement to the United States automotive industry's QS-9000. Need for companies to be audited before the accreditation of registrars and auditors training; Non-existence of an infrastructure to...
- As QS-9000 deadlines loom, avoid certification delays. Barone, Richard // Quality;Jun97, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p28
Focuses on United States automotive suppliers' possible failure to meet upcoming QS-9000 deadlines. Potential extension of the deadlines; Minimal number of accredited registrars and QS-9000 certified auditors; Management level's lack of knowledge of QS-9000; Systems' requirement of a...
- QS-9000 third edition released. // Quality;May98, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p18
Focuses on the third edition of QS-9000 developed by the Automotive Industry Action Group in Southfield, Michigan. Reason for creating the third edition of QS-9000; List of information included in the third edition of QS-9000; Comments from Dan Reid, manager, supplier quality development of...
- Seamless JIT doesn't just happen. Bergstrom, Robin Yale // Automotive Production;Sep96, Vol. 108 Issue 9, p48
Focuses on just-in-time automobile manufacturing. Inventory control; Delivery issues; Incidental factors; Customer convenience.
- Production systems. Harbour, Jim // Automotive Industries;Nov95, Vol. 175 Issue 11, p11
Discusses how United States automotive industries can adapt Toyota Motor Corp.'s `Just-in-time' production system. Just-in-time as a part of a total manufacturing approach; Advantages of just-in-time principles; Necessity for additional gains to improve quality and productiveness.