Quality control, a vendor managed inventory, kitting and consignment services are what goes into producing your finest fasteners. But before you receive your first consignment of aerospace fasteners, this is what happens first. After you have placed your first order, customer service has begun. While the order is being processed, a wall of trust is being developed.
Onto the all important matter of quality control then. This process ensures that all finished parts are thoroughly reviewed and inspected before they are transported to its storage warehouse. Once all items have gone through the quality control process, they are bar coded. This ensures the maintenance of a vendor managed inventory (VMI) that is both quick and accurate, as needs arise. Any questions or issues that may arise during an order process are quickly resolved by calling up the data that has stored the order and parts history.
This is what the source supplier likes to call ‘enhanced lot traceability’. The process is further beefed up through consolidated billing. Kitting services entail the supply of bundled product kits, all pre-packaged and ready for delivery. The kits are customizable and all treated with equitable quality control standards in place. Consignment services involve the client. Select clients are able to maintain their own on-site inventories. This helps them to free up capital that could have be spent needfully elsewhere.
These are the features that go into producing and providing you with your finest fasteners. But the processes remain detail oriented. You are encouraged to continue striving for similar meticulous attention to detail by requesting full and complete details on a how a source supplier can perform a tailor made service for you. Do not worry about your location at this stage. The internet is your first port of call.