By Dan Harris “It’s not dark yet, but it’s getting there.” Bob Dylan, from Not Dark Yet In the 1990s, I represented a number of international fishing and timber and mining companies that did business with Russia. This was not so long after the fall of the Soviet Union and there were a bunch of […]
By Renaud Anjoran About 2 years ago, I wrote about the 3 process improvement tools we use most often. And today I’d like to do a deep dive into one of them — the process control plan.
By Dan Harris In China Factories Are Exporting Lower Prices Around the World, Bloomberg News wrote this week about something our internmational manufacturing lawyers have been seeing: Desperate Chinese factories are lowering their prices. Are all Chinese factories desperate? Absolutely not. Are all Chinese factories lowering their prices? Near as we can tell, a great […]
By Renaud Anjoran Planning the start of production so that a first article inspection can be performed before the rest of mass production takes place… That’s not something the average Chinese factory does, unfortunately.
By Renaud Anjoran Steve Dickinson wrote an article (Moving Manufacturing from China: Where you Gonna Run?) that got me thinking about complex manufacturing projects and China.