Quality Management Systems

As OEMs try to wrap their hands around this “thing” called quality, it’s evident that today’s ultra-competitive landscape, whose horizon is dominated by cost and service, requires these companies to build quality into every aspect of their supply chains.

This means conducting a detailed analysis of all procedures, developing a defined approach to implementing change, and deploying a vehicle for measurement.

Customer First Quality Management Systems

Comprehensive Logistics’ quality management systems and processes are customer based and service focused to meet the exacting standards of increasingly complex OEM supply chains. Our proven systems, developed through millions of cycles and intensely tested in high-pressure, just-in-time manufacturing-support environments, address change management, process-control metrics, safety-risk mitigation, work-instructions development, and quality. All consider the potential for error from the point of receipt through shipment.

As part of our quality management, Comprehensive Logistics employs:

  • Process-flow diagrams and requirements.
  • Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA).
  • Process-control plans.
  • Process-specific work instructions.
  • Manual operating procedures.