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QAD and Quistem Help Food and Beverage Customers with Supply Chain Restart and Continuity Checklist
"Food and beverage manufacturers have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in dramatically different ways,” said QAD Director, Food and Beverage
The Food & Beverage Manufacturing Restart and Continuity Checklist covers the following topics and provides detailed checkpoints related to each:
- Contingency plans
- Immediate customer delivery requirements
- Immediate delivery plan, including transportation
- Supplier inventory and near-term delivery plan
- Availability of outsourced processes
- Temporary process changes
- Product/process re-qualification plan
- Accuracy of work instructions
- Workforce availability and training
- Equipment, tooling and gauging
- Facility infrastructure
- Communication plans
Those interested in learning more can access the checklist here.
In addition to offering the checklist, QAD and Quistem conducted a Key Restart & Continuity Concerns webinar, led by
Those interested in listening to a recording of the webinar can find it here.
Quistem helps global automotive manufacturers transform their management systems into “Money-making Machines”. We simplify the complex through our integrated approach to management systems development and implementation, enabling our clients to consistently satisfy their customers while fulfilling stringent automotive industry requirements. Over the past 25 years, Quistem has helped automotive manufacturers, from OEMs to Tier 1 thru Tier n, achieve and maintain certification to international management systems standards including ISO 9001, IATF 16949, ISO 14001, ISO 45001. Quistem is at the forefront of standards development to support the transition of the automotive industry towards new mobility solutions.
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