Manufacturing companies today face a myriad of challenges to remain successful. Advancements in technology and shipping resources have enabled global sales expansion, but also worldwide competition from industrial countries that don’t necessarily have to comply with the environmental and material regulations imposed on American and European producers.
Discovering and incorporating new supply chain management tools that offer your business a better means of meeting regulatory guidelines while streamlining the administrative efficiency of your staff, provides security from expensive fines and lowers your labor expense. This will help you improve profits while also start to level the playing field with your global competitors.
Parts and Materials Compliance
For production companies that fabricate goods using restricted materials, either in the purchasing requirements, or the parts themselves, managing the compliance paperwork and tracking parts can be time-consuming and tedious. Even accidental errors can result in hefty governmental fines that can diminish your cash flow and interrupt your production process.
Innovations in supply chain management and reporting software have enabled manufacturing companies to achieve better compliance performance through enhanced certification and specification tracking procedures. Working with your suppliers, the crucial information can be transmitted electronically, and then sorted, organized, and filed according to shipment dates and parts numbers.
In addition to the tracking improvements, your administrators will spend less time entering data, and if audits are performed, retrieving the necessary documentation on regulated parts is simple and effortless. These compliance solutions allow your staff members to focus their energies on other, profit centric operations, such as new marketing strategies and better client services.
By introducing new supply chain management and reporting software, your discrete manufacturing business can discover ways to ease compliance burdens, which perpetuate growth and ensure your production success. To learn more about SBS Group’s Discrete Manufacturing solutions, contact us today or visit our Media Center with free seminars and resources.
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