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Quality Control

Quality control deals with the systematic process of ensuring consistent and satisfactory production and delivery of goods or services within a factory setting. Quality control becomes an intangible asset by creating clear and reasonable ways to detect, prevent and correct any errors that may arise during the manufacturing or service delivery process. By conducting regular inspections, quality control aims to resolve issues early on, minimising the occurrence of costly repair work, customer dissatisfaction and even legal liabilities. Effective quality control measures can lead to enhanced productivity, reduced waste, improved customer satisfaction and ultimately, lower costs for the factory.