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  • Integrating HACCP and SPC

    Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point is a food safety management system designed to ensure the safe production and packaging of food. The HACCP process (Table 1) has both strengths and limitations. It provides a systematic and effective method to analyze a process, and identifies potential biological, chemical and physical hazards that can occur in food. In addition, HACCP requires the development of strategies to prevent the inclusion or reduction of these hazards to an acceptable level in the food.

  • 21st Century Process Management Using SPC Based Manufacturing

    Today's manufacturer faces an era where the problem is no longer one of not being able to collect enough data on manufacturing processes, but how to effectively use the massive volume of data collected.  It is generally accepted that process based manufacturing intelligence is the best path to effective manufacturing enterprise management.

    Traditional Quality and Specification Analysis SPC

  • Kettle Foods – SPC Enables Artisan Quality Snacks

    Kettle Foods maintained the quality of the artisan potato chip and scaled up from a small-scale craft operation to high-volume production.

  • National Titanium Dioxide Company Facility in Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah, Saudi Arabia Implements NWA Quality Suite to Support World-Class Manufacturing


    The National Titanium Dioxide Company Ltd (Cristal) has been manufacturing titanium dioxide (TiO2) using imported rutile ore at its ultra-modern Yanbu Al-Sinaiyah plant in Saudi Arabia since 1991. National markets its products under the well-known Cristal brand.

  • Statistical Process Control in Electronics Manufacturing

    Revised: April 1998
    formerly "Statistical Quality Control and Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing"