Topic: Managing Supplier Quality Challenges in China (Toys Industry)
Date: Thursday, 25 August 2011 (7:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.)
Speaker: Dr. T. W. Chan, Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (ASQ) & Quality Auditor
Venue: Unit A, 12/F, Success Commercial Building, 245-251 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK
We are pleased to have Dr. T. W. Chan to share with us on why managing supplier quality challenges in China is significant. The news about made-in-China toys being rejected by foreign Customs due to the exceedingly high level of harmful substances has never been rested. Coupled with the stringent regulations and internal pressure exerted by the China Government, many factories were closed up forcibly.
Dr. Chan shared with us on how to run toy manufacturing factories to overcome these difficulties. He also shared cases on how to counter internal and external challenges on supplier quality.
Dr. T.W. Chan is working in one of the Fortune 500 Companies and managing over 150 suppliers over the world. He is familiar with operation management, quality improvement & global procurement in China factories, and has over 10 years working experience in manufacturing industry, especially in telecommunication and toys. Dr. Chan is a Certified Six Sigma Black Belt and a Quality Auditor; he had been working in several ten improvement projects with world-class companies, such as Nokia, Vertu, Motorola, RIM, BVLGARI, etc.
He has shared with us the followings in the seminar
Why managing supplier quality?
Internal & external challenges on supplier quality
Key successful factors in improving supplier quality
Impact on the toy industry in view of the increasing safety standard
The seminar is well received by over 20 participants.