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STANDARD QUALITY CONTROL STEPS FOR OUR INSPECTION

The following steps need to be followed by our suppliers and CMP QC-Teams.

1. VISIT / INSPECTION
The first inspection need to be done when the items is profiled and drilled.
  • Check all items according to CAD drawings – this is very urgent for each order, so we are sure noting have been changed
  • Check the quality of all items
  • Check the hardware according to the signed master sample
  • If the article contains glass – check if it’s temperate safety glass and check the colour according to master sample
  • Assemble all article to check that it’s easy to assemble and according to master sample (if possible)
  • Make a detailed report and send to CMP.
2. VISIT / INSPECTION
The second inspection need to be done when all items is ready painted / treated.
  • Check the colour according to the signed colour sample / check the brand of paint/lacquer/stain and be sure the same as agreed are used.
  • Check the quality of the items (poor sanding-scratches-press marks – poor machinery work – ) on the pallets – and select poor quality out for remaking
  • Check that the hardware is packed according to the AI and CMP standard
  • Assemble all article to check the quality in general according to master sample
  • Make a detailed report and send to CMP.
3. VISIT / FINAL INSPECTION AND LOADING INSPECTION.
The third inspection need to be done when the articles is in packing line, or all are ready to be packed.
  • Check that the articles is packed according to our step to step packing list
  • Check measures and weight of all boxes according to packing
  • Check all quantities according to the KO orders – also orders on spare parts
  • Assemble the articles and check that the hardware is according to the aIl
  • Check the assembled articles according to the signed master sample
  • Check that the boxes is looking nice and well closed – check labels is placed correct – check the weight and the measures on all cll.
  • Check that the container loading will be according to the loading plan from CMP (labels placed in the same direction and not mixed)
  • Make the final report and send to CMP.
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