Quality Reporting Demands Common Base of Information

July 2008
Metal Center News;Jul2008, Vol. 48 Issue 8, Special section p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses a strategy on satisfying the demands of customers regarding quality reporting. It states that providing a systematize means of tracking and maintaining product information is a must strategy for service centers so that the demands of customers for quality reporting will be satisfied. As a result, service centers are gearing to integration of quality systems and production systems which, among others, minimizes errors, saves time, eliminates the double entry of information.


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