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Last edited 10 Mar 2021
Delivery schedule achievement
QCD: measuring manufacturing performance, Published by the Department of Trade and Industry in 2004 suggested that Delivery Schedule Achievement (DSA): ‘…measures how well a supplier matches the planned delivery requirement of the customer…. DSA is a function of good plant performance, which in turn is an indication of good management. Good plant performance is demonstrated when production flows through the plant without interruptions.’
- Late and early deliveries are called ‘not on time’
- Deliveries of too many or too few parts and parts that don’t conform to the job are ‘Incorrect quantity deliveries’
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