APQP 3rd Edition and Control Plan 1st Edition Overview

Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) is a structured stage-gate process for new product development used by many companies from the automotive sector. In the last few years, the APQP process has been adopted by many industry segments, including the Aerospace/Defense, Medical and other industries. APQP extends beyond new product development, involving cross-functional collaboration from understanding customer needs through product development, purchasing, production and customer management.

Recently, AIAG (Automotive Industry Action Group) released new manuals for APQP version (rev. 3) and a Stand-Alone Control Plan (Rev.1)

These manuals were revised to incorporate lessons learned from issues with escapes and delays during new product program launches. The new and revised requirements were determined based on collaboration between automotive OEMs and suppliers’ representatives, including “new technology” suppliers.

There are significant changes in both the APQP and the new Control Plan manuals. These changes further emphasize the importance of new product development and process control more than ever before.

If you are seeking a high-level overview of the new APQP and Control Plan requirements within your organization, this webinar is tailored to meet your needs.

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