Prior to the awarding of a project, the sales, engineering, quality, and operational teams at Miller Fabrication Solutions work to analyze your designs, processes, and quote to ensure complete manufacturability alignment.
Business process review
The assignment of a project kicks off a review of demand forecasts, lead times, economic order and release quantities (EOQ), inventory and e-commerce needs and quality and delivery requirements.
As business processes are reviewed, the Miller Fabrication Solutions team conducts a final check of product requirements and finalizes the prototype production process. Production then begins, followed by inspections, customer approval, and the submittal of related paperwork or data that should be included with the shipment. Based on customer and Miller communications, the process is adjusted accordingly.
Release for ongoing production
Upon successful prototype completion, the project is released for production. In-process inspections are conducted while production is refined to increase cost savings.
Future demand, in the form of blanket POs, forecasts, or other means, is measured and matched to upcoming production each month. Project performance is assessed, reported and communicated monthly, with in-person customer plant visits scheduled on a quarterly or annual basis.