16 March

tracking

The tracking of products and goods plays a major role in the production process and quality management. The entire supply chain, starting with the upstream supplier and ending with the customer, is precisely documented and usually divided into batches. Effects on downstream steps can be transparently traced if an error occurs at any point in the process. Particularly in terms of quality, tracking thus forms the mandatory basis for optimising and documenting the supply chain and enables targeted recall actions in the event of defects.

 

 

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