Process Control

In DIMCA, we know well of the 4 components of a production process: machines, materials, people and working methods, and there is no way to achieve a sustainable improvement without ensuring stability in each of them.

We are also convinced that any system of continuous improvement should begin from the Quality Assurance of the product being manufactured, because:

“It is impossible to guarantee the quality of a product, relying solely on a system of inspection and sampling”

To minimize production defects is essential to have a process capable, a team well trained and a methodology to ensure that the optimal process conditions are maintained over time, independent of the complexity is handled, the influence of staff and degradation of equipment.

 If you think you have an opportunity to control your processes, DIMCA proposes the implementation of a simple methodology based on prevention and stability, which increases productivity and ensures quality through the control and maintenance of the process under optimum conditions