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Old 15th January 2017, 06:09 PM
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Re: Supply Chain PPAP Requirements

Thanks for the response and perspective. Yes, although I definitely have not seen as many PPAP's as you have, and do agree that all sub-supplier components require PPAP. Appendix F deals with the Applicability of PPAP to bulk materials and seemed to me to allow some discretion of the OEM and organization in whether to PPAP or not.

I am not sure whether I am interpreting it correctly. If you have time and wouldn't mind responding, have you accepted, for example, material certification documentation from a sub-supplier's distributor's thermoplastic resin manufacturer or a sub-supplier's steel distributor's steel mill accompanying your sub-supplier's component/assembly PPAP, instead of a (1) full PPAP from the component/assembly sub-supplier and a (2) full PPAP from their bulk material manufacturer?

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Old 15th January 2017, 07:52 PM
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Re: Supply Chain PPAP Requirements

I have never done a PPAP on raw material. Usually, material certs and/or testing evidence submitted as evidence. I could see a PPAP being required if the raw material was specifically developed for the application.
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Old 16th January 2017, 11:47 AM
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Re: Supply Chain PPAP Requirements

Hello,

you should also consider the product liability side of things. ISO/TS and all CSR are not only written to ensure proper quality, but also to close gaps in product liability law.

So in case of PPAP, if something happens, the last in line who can't prove his innocence is "it" or rather the one who has to pay. Having done a PPAP greatly helps in showing, that you did your due diligence, as well as giving you a snapshot of this point in time, showing that the part was according to spec.

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