PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS - HOW DO WE MAKE YOUR PRODUCT?
Implementation of a new product requires performance of a wide range of actions. Our highly qualified and experienced personnel who quickly and efficiently conducts the entire process is always at your disposal. We draw on our long and vast experience, at the same time, remaining open to the needs and suggestions of the clients.
NEW PRODUCT IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS - STAGES:
1. INITIAL DATA.
The process of new product implementation begins with an idea. Customers, based on their current product or our previous solutions, present us their own expectations regarding the choice. They specify their material and technical requirements, inform us of the intended use of the product, define the packaging type, annual demand and order processing cycles as forecast. If the customer is not able to define certain requirements in details - we offer our advice based on the projects we have implemented so far.
Having discussed all possible and initial product solutions, we begin the design stage. A 3D project is created in which a product can be verified and adjusted virtually. The concept of a product prepared on the basis of agreed assumptions is then sent to the customer for acceptance. New projects are checked in terms of infringe exclusive rights in the country to which the product is intended. If there are no remarks from the customer, another stage can begin.
Based on the accepted drawing costs of the project are estimated. We establish the costs of producing a unit. We also estimate the costs of tooling required for serial production. A customised offer is presented to the customer.
4. PROTOTYPE/MODEL CREATION
After the customer have accepted the offer, a prototype or a model is made. Preparation of a model allows for verification of theoretical assumptions presented in the drawing against its practical execution. The model helps to eliminate any possible complaints/claims regarding inconsistency of a product with a customer’s expectations. It is a decisive moment in the product implementation process, in which initial assumptions are verified.
5. MODEL TESTING BY A CUSTOMER
A customer tests the model with regard to their requirements - he or she checks its functionality and makes a visual assessment. If the model fulfils the customer’s requirements, we receive approval for serial production.
6. THE SO-CALLED ZERO PRODUCTION.
We suggest ordering a “zero” batch before commencement of cyclic orders processing. It is usually a pallet quantity on which we test the manner and suitability of the packaging, labelling and any possible manuals.
7. SERIAL PRODUCTION.
The final stage is serial production, i.e. processing of cyclic orders. Constant quality control of all stages guarantees an effective process of new product implementation which results in a high quality final product at a reasonable price.