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Concurrent Engineering

Concurrent Engineering is a cross-functional, team –based approach in which the product and the manufacturing process are designed and configured within the same time frame, rather than sequentially. Ease and cost of manufacturability, as well as customer needs, quality issues, and product life cycle costs are taken into account earlier in the development cycle. Fully configured concurrent teams include representation from marketing, design engineering, manufacturing engineering, and Purchasing as well as a supplier- and even customer –Companies.

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