QC Inspections: The Early Warning System

Baker, Howard
February 1999
Global Cosmetic Industry;Feb99, Vol. 164 Issue 2, p44
Trade Publication
Discusses the value of quality control inspection for suppliers in the personal care, cosmetics and fragrance products industries. Benefits of inspecting incoming components; Significance of proper timing in finding defects; Approaches to inspecting components; Sample scenarios.


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