Tag: sourcing

Considerations for Manufacturing in Mexico

Despite recent threats of tariffs related to current immigration issues in the U.S., Mexico remains a solid contender for global organizations looking to mitigate tariffs in China, or simply diversify their supply chain. According to Inbound Logistics, “Mexico is becoming an increasingly popular option for any and all manufacturing industries …

Developing Suppliers Using QC Inspection Data

Quality control inspections started out as a relatively primitive process, as a way of catching variance in newly developed production systems. The demand likely evolved as it does with many of Pro QC’s new clients. Someone got product from a supplier that didn’t meet their expectations. And, that meant increased …

Breaking up with suppliers is easy?

A recent blog post caught our attention. Is breaking up with suppliers easier than we think, even if it’s done “with tact, sensitivity and an appropriate level of empathy?” Our answer is no. It’s not easy at all. Is it necessary? Sometimes. According to the article, little value is placed on …

The Value of Expediting in Supplier Development

It’s not uncommon for us to receive calls and emails related to issues organizations are having with expediting orders, either from new or existing suppliers. By expediting, the assumption is that a delivery date or other expectation has been provided, but is not being met. Reasons for delays in production …