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    Ernesto
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    Well in this case everything is potential; so you have to have defined if it happens  what are you going to do to make sure nothing wrong reaches the customer. So in the PFMEA it is matter to analyze what potential failures could come out and you easily can have testers or procedures that assure everything in general will be all right. For repair for example, if the unit is an electronic device and if it  is opened then it has to be re-tested. Many people may just think that open it inspect it and close it but the unit may me damaged or jam wire etc…SO on the flow diagram/control plan  has to be defined.
    I would say is a general practice in Automotive industry. I hope it helps
    Former Mexico Delphi Automotive Employee

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    #143909

    Ernesto
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    Reply #1 Do your own homework doofus. The point of the homework is for you to learn something. P.S. It is a trick question. McD’s does not serve steaks only sandwiches. Therefore, McD’s has sandwich-holders and not steak-holders

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    #65718

    Ernesto
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    Rafael, I read your reply to Brian’s question about logistics/traffic applications and I am very interested in contacting you at least via e-mail. My current project (in fact, the first one) is about the supply chain of a new vehicle being built in Mexico with parts mostly from India, Europe and Brazil. I would like to know what did you include in your process map since higher variation lies in weather conditions and human behavior rather than carrier or customs performance.

    Also, what is that Montecarlo analysis? Never heard of it.

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    #65713

    Ernesto
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    My list, includes some already mentioned:

    Motorola
    Allied Signal
    General Electric
    Sony
    Honda
    Maytag
    Raytheon
    Texas Instruments
    Bombardier
    Canon
    Hitachi
    Lockheed Martin
    Polaroid
    Noranda
    Kodak
    IBM
    Ford Motor Company
    Johnson Controls Inc.
    Lear Corporation
    American Express
    Asea Brown Boveri (Transformers division)
    BBA Group
    Bombardier
    Burlington Industries (Wear division)
    Dow
    DuPont
    IMI Norgren (Airline division)
    Lockheed Martin (Aeronautical Syst. Div.)
    McKessen HBOC
    Nokia (Mobil Phones Division)
    Digital Electronics
    Toshiba

    Good luck!

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