Manufacturing Process Flow Chart
Production Process Chart
When the sales department gets a complete "order confirmation," the production management division turns it into a "production order" and establishes a schedule for process control. Subsequently, the production and quality assurance departments fulfill the order, closely monitoring the production schedule section by section.
The assembly and quality control processes comply with the 'Quality Control Inspection Regulations' to ensure operational and production quality.
In order to minimise customer delivery times, the Production Management Department prepares annual advanced batch production plans to efficiently manage machine and parts inventory security, thus reducing delivery lead times to a minimum.
Identification and Traceability of Parts and Machine Information
The parts and semi-finished products produced in the manufacturing process follow the '5S' guidelines. They are placed in their pre-designated locations with clear markings indicating the product name, specification, part number, order number and current status. This practice helps to eliminate the possibility of parts being lost or mistakenly removed.
The production inspection process is facilitated by our 'SHOP FLOOR SYSTEM' where each item is meticulously checked and the machine's historical records are signed for easy traceability. In addition, all machine parts are catalogued within our ERP and other management systems. This includes comprehensive records of parts lists and their versions, ensuring optimum efficiency for sales and service.
Site Facilities Regulations
Maintenance of machinery and equipment in the production process follows the "facility and environment maintenance guidelines" to prevent machinery malfunctions from affecting production or after-sales service.