Quality Control in Manufacturing
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In the rush to get products out the door quickly while minimizing cost and maximizing profit, many manufacturers neglect the quality control testing of their products. The failure of some companies to use a quality control system are well documented. Even the great Titanic suffered from quality-control issues; many believe she sank so quickly in part because of faulty rivets weakening the part of the hull that collided with the iceberg.
In manufacturing, quality control is a process Joneca and Anaheim Marketing International uses to ensure that products meet the company's quality requirements before they are sold into the external market so that our customers receive a high-quality product. This in turn benefits the company by ensuring customer satisfaction, which leads to repeat business, customer loyalty, and spreading the word about the quality of our food waste disposers.