Quality Training Helps Integrate Quality Management System into Entire Organization to Drive Continuous Improvement
Carey Manufacturing has been supplying catches, latches, and handles for military, aerospace, computer, electronics, telecom, automotive, and consumer applications since 1981. The business is fully dedicated to manufacturing American made products, having reshored manufacturing from China to their Cromwell, Connecticut facility.
The company produces high quality products, at competitive prices, with reasonable lead-times, and dependable service. Contract manufacturing for CNC machined parts and assemblies is available for modified and custom parts. All products are offered in metric and American standard dimensions.
The management of Carey Manufacturing recognized the need and importance of having a dedicated quality resource at the company. It was determined that key quality concepts inherent to manufacturing and service processes should be more broadly understood and applied to facilitate improvements that will assist the company in meeting its operational and financial performance objectives.
The recently appointed Director of Quality and External Relations at the organization, Alison Carey-Lynch, was designated to lead the resurgence of the quality management system at Carey. She sought a learning experience that would provide her with quality principles and processes to give her the foundation and knowledge she would need to excel at her job while confirming what she already knew about quality concepts.
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