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Thanks mostly to improvements in the fermentation of the raw cocoa beans, the cocoa used to make Terra Cacao has virtually zero defects resulting in a 100% natural chocolate with an unprecedented harmony of pure tastes and rich aromas.
uk Nissan North America, Incorporated (Nissan North America), a subsidiary of Nissan Motor Company (NASDAQ: NSANY) (TYO: 7201), has recognised the aluminium wheel manufacturing operation of Hayes Lemmerz International, Incorporated (Hayes Lemmerz) in Chihuahua, Mexico with its Quality Master and Zero Defects Awards.
They are also demanding just-in-time delivery and, to reduce their risk, zero defects.
In a nutshell, explains Crosby, zero defects is the answer to the question: "How many babies is it okay for a nurse to drop?
A key part of the quality process is a quarterly Zero Defects Day, in which the division reviews its quality progress, presents quality awards to employees, and focuses on an aspect of the quality process.
And, he says, under these circumstances, quality is always Zero Defects.
The concept of zero defects was first applied in the aerospace industry and is now widely accepted across many industries, especially in automotive electronics where safety is a key concern," said Kevin Walt, Principal Test Engineer, Broadcom and TUG 2007 Chair.
Vacuum presses provide the ultimate in zero defects capability, enabling the production of parts which could not otherwise be made, according to the literature.