What are our quality engineers doing on-site during inspections?

We receive questions relating to quality inspections and the inspection process quite often. One of the most common questions we receive concerns the benefits of inspecting product for quality prior to shipment.  The short answer is that inspections reduce overall quality risks and cost! Another question we receive often relates to what …

Facebook goes dark… When good quality goes bad

It happened without warning.  I went to check the Pro QC Facebook page for comments about our August holiday schedule and recent 30th anniversary photo from our team in Vietnam, but I was denied. Sorry, something went wrong. We’re working on getting this fixed as soon as we can. Jump …

The Crow & the Pitcher… Quality Lessons from Aesop

We came across an article from Lifehacker the other day discussing childhood fables and other moral stories that are applicable to adults as well. One of the stories shared resonated with us.  It’s Aesop’s The Crow & the Pitcher: The Story: A crow is flying around on an abnormally hot summer …

To 30 years of reducing quality risks & cost…

In 1984, Mr. Ed Sanchez started an organization that set out to reduce quality risks and cost.  His vision was to “not be the biggest, but the best,” and we have certainly lived up to those expectations over the last 30 years! Pro QC was started and is still headquartered …

Tips on quality from Bentley

We recently discovered a video discussing quality control at a Bentley Mulsanne factory.  As a 3rd party quality assurance and engineering firm, we do a significant amount of work in the automotive industry.  From TS 16949 audits to product inspections, it’s an industry we know places value on quality. Of course, Bentley is …