Inspecting fused-cast setups

Date: 26 November 2009

For a Glassmaker, inspection of his new furnace, pre-assembled at the supplier premises, is the final act, before accepting shipment of materials selected and ordered months before.

It is always sort of a crucial step in the procurement process, since a serious failure will compromise the repair timetable as a consequence of having to remake a significant number of blocks or, and this is even worse, having to accept compromising on quality when a delay is unacceptable.

How can we minimize this type of risks, and particularly when a Glassmaker is dealing with a new supplier?

An uneventful inspection is prepared months before, at the time of supplier selection and technical-commercial negotiation.

How can we do this?

Go to:

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