Leather Up believes in effective in-process quality control program. It is effective to correct the problem at an operator level rather than after the products are completely assembled, pressed packed and prepared for shipping. An effective in-process quality control system also helps in delivering merchandise on time because the systems assure that the final audit allows timely delivery.
To see if in-process quality checks are effective, necessary final audits are conducted. For any final audit we believe that the following three elements are extremely important.
We verify that the item manufactured is inline with the client’s requirement. This may be done by the following methods:
a). Comparing the stock produced with the confirmed sample (which is an approved sample purchased by the buyer)
b). Comparing the stock produced with clients manufacturing specifications.
2. Inspection of workmanship defects:
We thoroughly inspect a statistically determined the number of units from the manufactured products produced to evaluate the manufacturing quality of the stock.
3. Inspection from size problems:
We also measure a few of each size of the units inspected and review the data to determine if the sizes are in accordance with the buyer’s requirements.