Control Methodology—Advanced Quality Planning

When an OEM is preparing to launch or transition a large-scale contract manufacturing warehouse operation, the flawless movement of millions of parts is at stake; operational execution, at a premium.

Comprehensive Logistics (CLI) knows how critical it is for an OEM’s logistics operation to have highly engineered process controls in place from day one:

  • Seamless, efficient start-up
  • Flexibility to manage change
  • Ongoing assessments of how to continuously improve performance and reduce costs.

From the point of receipt through shipment, CLI considers the potential for error. Our detailed control-documentation plan includes a Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA), process-specific work instructions, and formal corrective action plans, to ensure that failures don’t occur. Within this “control methodology” are irreversible corrective actions, such as error-proofing methodologies, that become permanent parts of the process.

CLI's control methodology is built on three proven pillars of success:

  • An engineered approach aligned with a Plan For Every Part (PFEP) methodology. Our approach adheres to Dr. William Edwards Deming's principles, which dictate that quality equals the result of work efforts over the total costs. As a result, Comprehensive Logistics ensures fast, efficient implementations and ongoing productivity enhancements.
  • An unwavering commitment to quality that exceeds world-class standards. Our quality management systems and processes, including Master Dot methodology and a formal change management process, are customer-based and service-focused to meet the highest, most rigorous standards of our customers.
  • A continuous improvement focus that generates efficiencies through Lean techniques and formal processes to drive the systemic elimination of waste and variation operation-wide and maximize cost savings for our customers.


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