Now the plywood grading standards are really chaotic, each factory has its own quality standards, each buyer has its own grading rules.
As quality inspectors, how to balance each other’s quality standards, can not only meet customer’s quality requirements, but also enable factories to meet production capacity and standards.
Plywood quality inspectors are becoming more and more popular, but many buyers know little about the production of plywood. Traditionally, plywood production has seven major processes, including veneer core layup, cold pressing, hot pressing,face veneer lamination, sawing, sanding and packaging. In the process, all plywood factories are basically the same. So, in what aspects does the advanced nature of plywood production embody? In the final analysis, it is the difference of production quality and production efficiency, and efficiency is closely related to energy consumption.
Take most of the world’s high-end plywood manufacturers as an example, the tenet of their production departments is always “quality, quality, quality”. Quality involves the optimization design of the entire production facilities, production technology and quality management technology, as well as a complete set of raw materials and finished products procurement and quality management system.
No matter how many factories the customers have, we will implement the same unified quality standards, including all raw materials and hundreds of quality management nodes in the production process. Whether in Pizhou and Sanbao factories, or in Feixian factories or Weifang factories in Linyi, customers implement the same quality standards, ranging from finished product quality and packaging to every raw material.
If the factory or the buyer fails to agree on a uniform quality standard, the work of the quality inspector is the most difficult. Just like the speed limit setting of the same Expressway at different times, some places have the speed limit of 120 KM, some places have the speed limit of 60 KM…
Consistent and unified quality standards are conducive to communication between customers and suppliers, and more conducive to the development of the market. If the grading standard is changed, the problem of quality claim will be troublesome.