The question of quality is a growing global debate. Government discussions are increasing over inspections and product safety. Meanwhile the business world grapples with internal QC and supplier auditing. The question is a worldwide supply chain issue. How do companies ensure their customers receive safe products?
In today’s context, many focus on quality related to Chinese manufacturing. Without understanding the context of China and its impact on global supply chains, emphasis directed at the core challenges is lacking. To put it simply, present day China is similar to chapter two of James B. Twitchell’s Twenty Ads that Shook the World.