TRACEABILITY in the electronics manufacturing process

TRACEABILITY in the manufacturing process (TTC, i.e. Track, Trace and Control) is a solution that is characterized by high complexity and is related to supply chain management. Thanks to the traceability of the process, we are able to monitor the flow of products, materials and components and track their locations. Traceability allows you to check and test manufacturing processes, their subsequent stages, we have full access to verifying the process and controlling batches of products and raw materials.

This is extremely important in the event that a given element included in the product turns out to be defective.

The most important functions of Traceability system

  • Marking products with barcodes and assigning serial numbers for raw materials. The system of marking components and products enables their quick detection and tracking.
  • Control and monitoring of transfer of raw materials in real time.
  • Optimization of manufacturing costs and working time.
  • Supervision over all stages of manufacturing. When an error is detected in a given manufacturing segment we are able to react quickly and verify the error because the full history of manufacturing activities is saved in the system.
  • Minimizing the so-called human factor errors.
  • Management of operational resources and manufacturing infrastructure.
  • Quick response to process errors and the ability to apply corrections.

The most important task in TRACEABILITY system is to organize and adequately describe a given activity. Saving time and maximally shortening working time is extremely important in the process of contract electronics assembly.
TRACEABILITY system is a real value for the customer of EMS services. Quality control is the most important here, from the first stage of manufacturing to verifying and monitoring all processes that the product has undergone to the final stage of completing the task and working on the product. The most important advantages of the TRACEABILITY system include: control of the supply chain, streamlining the manufacturing process, minimizing the risk of errors, optimizing labor costs and increasing the quality of customer service.