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Lean techniques and line sequencing can help automotive Tier suppliers ensure that auto parts and modules are built right the first time and delivered on time to auto OEMs, who increasingly impose severe penalties for late shipments or poor-quality components.
Veteran contract compliance/small business consultant Gwendolyn Colbert-Kushner will present a free workshop, "Do It Right the First Time," providing technical assistance on how to apply for government certification as a W/M/DBE (women, minority and/or disadvantaged business) directly preceding the Fair at 4:45 p.
Its company-owned structure provides for better quality control, giving it a reputation for getting repairs right the first time as well as allowing it to charge a little more for services.
``The more pictures we have up front, the better chance we'll get it right the first time.
5 percent of respondents in the survey ranked having their vehicles repaired right the first time as most important in evaluating the service departments of automobile dealerships.
Lee Ritchey, founder and president of Speeding Edge noted, "Our goal with this book is to provide a hands-on guide that enables engineering professionals and business decision makers to arrive at critical decisions about the design and fabrication of printed circuit boards that not only work right the first time but are also built with the most cost-effective and time efficient methodologies possible.
One of the problems with all of the sealant used in body shops is that once it's squeezed between two parts, it's invisible to inspection, so applying it right the first time is essential.
You do the math: Surface light rail costs $40 million to $80 million per mile, so to rip up the Rapidway for rail it'll probably cost up to $1 billion - perhaps twice as much if we built it right the first time.