Advance Quality Planning

APQP(Advanced Product Quality Planning) is a process developed in the late 1980's by a commission of experts from the 'Big Three' US automobile manufacturers: Ford, GM and Chrysler.

Advance Quality Planning is a process to gather information on existing quality and production issues on other similar products in order to develop counter-measures for avoiding similar problems with future new product.

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