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Implementing Statistical Process Control linked with Continuous Improvement (SPC-CI) in the food processing plant need not be a complex process. However, if the maximum effect is to be achieved and sustained, SPC-CI must be implemented in a systematic manner with the active involvement of all employees from line associates to executive management. The ultimate objectives of the SPC-CI process are the following: Process and product data are reported as a mean and standard deviation Manufacturing process variation is stable or predictable. The manufacturing process is capable of producing product that is in specification. This is ...
exists for a simple reason: Companies that supply other businesses not end-consumers generally have product development processes that are seriously out of date. The author points out that most B2B and B2C companies rely on the same books , conferences and experts to improve their new product development. But if you are a B2B supplier, you have enormous advantages over consumer goods producers: Your customers are more insightful, rational, interested and fewer in number. When you develop products for other companies rather than end-consumers you can have an intelligent, peer-to-peer ... Read More
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