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Improving a Chinese Factory to Reduce the Costs of Quality

March 3, 2015

 by Renaud Anjoran

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On Thursday, our Consulting Director David Collins will speak at the following conference organized by the European Chamber of Commerce in China:

PROFITABLE SOURCING IN CHINA – COST OF QUALITY

And here is the outline of the presentation:

A major objective of sourcing organizations is to keep costs low, while complying with quality standards and safety requirements. Tracking and reducing costs of quality has become a key priority, both at the level of the buying organization and of the manufacturer.

  • How to account for these costs, and what is the impact on the total landed cost?
  • What solutions have companies in different industries applied with success?

David will present an overview of the ways a factory can reduce quality costs, and then will introduce a few examples from past consulting engagements.

We hope to see you on March 5 in Guangzhou!


 

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Renaud Anjoran

Renaud Anjoran

15 years experience in China.
Partner, China Manufacturing Consultants.
Worked with hundreds of factories in China.
Certifications: ASQ CQE & CRE; ISO 9001 & 14001 lead auditor.
Author of well-read blog, Quality Inspection Tips.

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