All kitting solutions are custom fitted and adapted to obtain the desired results
What’s needed, where it’s needed, when it’s needed
- Drill motors
- Electrical components
- Installation tools
- Machined parts
Trays are issued full and returned empty to prevent comingling of parts
Any remaining stock is loaded into existing floor bins and consumed as WIP
- Increased productivity
- Decreased waste
- Increased profitability
Each work order number identifies specifically the part number and lot number of each component that is in the kit. If there are not enough of any one part number/lot number to fill multiple kits, then a new work order is entered, reflecting the new lot number that was used. In that way, we can always tell exactly what part/lot combination is in any kit we deliver to our customers.
The first inspection is done to ensure all certifications for all kit components are correct and, if applicable, correct manufacturer has been allocated.
Inspections are done at various stages throughout the kit process to ensure that all documentation, labels, etc., are correct.
Prep station clerk verifies that all parts have been pulled.
A kit folder is created, containing a kit list and all certifications. The kit administrator then verifies that all paperwork is correct and ensures that any discrepancies are corrected. This kit folder is used as a reference throughout the kit process and all applicable information is recorded within.
Kit is assembled, labeled, and packaged in shipping containers for inspection.
The kit is then inspected to ensure it is packaged and labeled per customer specifications and all documentation is in order.
Bulk inspector checks the certs, labels, kit list, and parts. All inspections and discrepancies are logged.
The Quality Administrator creates a new Kit Book, assigning a Kit Number to the kit. The Kit Book includes the Bill of Materials and all documentation, including the customer contract, purchase order, and all logs for that kit.