You may have already been there: you placed the order, but the resulting product was a disappointment. The delivery took a long time and, moreover, the quality of the product did not correspond to your idea.
Correct technical specifications and thorough control of the supplier will help you prevent such problems.
Learn how to define the technical specifications, which will ensure the correct products are made for you. No negotiations with the suppliers.
Your workshop will be guided by David Václav Pítra, CEO from TYSSA. As a supplier of the Police of the Czech Republic, Czech fire brigade, customs administration and other departments, we have years of experience with state procurement and we know how to facilitate work for both parties through correct specifications.
We will focus on metal products – buttons, badges, medals, rank markings and other parts of uniforms.
You will learn at the workshop:
• How to define material requirements, write technical specifications and required standards.
• What certificates and product tests do we recommend?
• What technological procedures do manufacturers use: from punching up to final surface treatment. It is the procedures that have a major impact on the quality and durability of the product.
• How to deal with copyrights, trademarks and industrial designs and prevent problems in this area.
• How to easily define the product acceptance conditions and detect poor quality deliveries right at the beginning.
You will also look at samples of technologically poor products and learn to recognize them at first sight.
We recommend this workshop for:
• Equipment department staff
• Anyone dealing with procurement
Important information Price: The workshop is free of charge of course
Capacity: 5 participants
Next date: Thursday 4th April 2021 from 10 A.M. CET
ZOOM virtual meeting