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An effective quality control strategy includes much more than end-of-line inspection. It often requires extra preparation, but does not always add to the buyer’s costs.

Let's explore this in the video of the presentation I made in October 2016 at Global Sources' conference in Hong Kong...

What kind of quality control strategy and QC tools should you be using to assure that you receive good quality products from your manufacturers?

My presentation covered the following topics:

  • What elements in the buying process impact quality, all along the chain
  • The choice of the supplier, No. 1 success factor
  • Setting up expectations in a way the supplier will pay attention to
  • Structuring payments to keep leverage in your hands
  • The role of product inspections and laboratory tests
  • What the Acceptance Quality Limit, the inspection level, etc. mean
  • Examples of statistics used to follow up on quality performance

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Thanks for watching! What are your thoughts on my presentation? Do you agree with my points? Which quality control strategy and tools are you currently using? Let us know by leaving a comment which we will respond to.


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Renaud Anjoran

10 years experience in China.
President, China Manufacturing Consultants.
Audited and/or consulted for hundreds of factories in China.
Author of well-read blog, Quality Inspection Tips.

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