We’ve spent more than 40 years working with OEMs in need of an emergency launch, resourcing financially or operationally distressed suppliers. We’ve all seen the consequences of a supplier cutting corners, poor planning, or lacking experience. It creates obstacles, drives up costs, and puts an entire program at risk.
A Holistic Attitude Toward Quality
“Quality” isn’t just something the Quality Department worries about. It’s a commitment threaded through every aspect of an organization. Over the last four decades, Systrand has developed a world-class Quality Operating System. This Quality Operating System isn’t just a binder sitting on a dusty shelf. It’s a living document that gives us a robust, systematic, standardized methodology to manage all aspects of our business. Through monitored performance, the development of key processes, and a structured approach to problem solving we can ensure reliable manufacturing for our customers. That forms a foundation from which we can pursue continuous improvements and cost savings.
An Investment in Quality
Quality at Every Level
Systrand’s approach is different. Our entire organization is committed to ensuring quality for our customers. Manufacturing, engineering, administration, human resources—they all know that our customers’ success hinges on our ongoing investment and reinvestment in equipment, capacity, and talent that will support our customers.
People Deliver Quality
But tools are only as good as the people who use them. Systrand has been successful because we have made it our business to find, develop, and retain good people. Our internal engineering team harnesses the data we gather throughout production. They use this to develop trend analyses that become the basis of our continuous improvement of every process.