Auto Warranty Research Paper by Neatwriter

Auto Warranty
Identifies some of the important variables that affect Statistical Process Control (SPC) in organizations and its impact on failure data in vehicles.
# 61040 | 3,069 words | 0 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Sep 18, 2005 in Business (Industries) , Business (Statistics) , Business (Applied Operations)

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This study aims to apply SPC methodology to determine serious field reliability problems regarding automobiles. It also aims to identify the best methods that will be used to collect and organize data in a manner that can best generate the desired results and identify the trends in the data at the earliest possible time. This study also proposes and recommends methodologies that organizations within this industry can utilize to eliminate or at best reduce the number of instances of warranty problems during the initial stages of product use.

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"The motor vehicle and parts manufacturing industry has been the mainstay of the U.S. economy ever since Henry Ford set up the first mass production factory for the automobile. Automobile manufacturing depends on a wide variety of supporting industries. These include primarily suppliers of raw materials, semi-finished products and finished products that are needed to complete the vehicle. For example, the steel industry provides the motor vehicle industry with steel sheets, which are used to manufacture the body and the chassis of the vehicle. Any variation in the steel industry therefore has the ability to increase the cost of building vehicles. (Porretto, 2004) The auto industry therefore, is very dependent on the steel industry discussed earlier for its profits and viability. This is but one example."

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