PPsally Post time: 2013-7-29 17:06
good stuff you got here.
Are you satisfied with the quality?
Overall yes I am satisfied PPsally. I've rarely had a product that failed or was truly defective and those that were were cheap items so I had no problem with them being defective. I long ago realised that the country of origin has little to do with the quality of a manufactured item.
greatlady Post time: 2013-7-29 14:04
I think your post is as professional one. You remind me when I worked for one rubber fa ...
The auditor was quite correct greatlady. The manufacturing staff are the most critical component in the process of making something, keep them happy and involved in the process and listen to what they say and your QC will rise. Having disgruntled workers does not make for great quality.
This post was edited by WhiteBear at 2013-7-29 21:06
Most of my items are "made in China"
- one of the photo-cameras
- other "small electronics" and household equipment
- a lot of clotches...
In today's world a lot of things are made in China as a whole product, or as a spareparts.
Is it a crap? If it is very cheap - it may be.
But You get what You pay for. China is making a lot of good quality products, still priced a little lower than made in the "western world" but sometimes of the equal or even better quality. To mention Huawei, ZTE, Lenovo... and a hundreds of smaller enterprises.