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Old 26th September 2008, 06:36 AM
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Re: PSW Warrant

Dears,
I have one question about PPAP approval and PSW.

The situation is:

I work in Internotional Automotive Co.
Sites are located in France, Poland, China.

One site - France - ordered PPAP for partnumber A.
PPAP will be validated and signed by Polish representative of same group (division)

After PPAP approval and PSW signed, parts will be delivered from supplier of part A to Poland, France and China.

My question is:
Do I need 3 PSW - for China, Poland, France or 1 PSW (for France that made an order) is enough to receive parts form supplier?

I repeat once again - site of Poland, France and China = same branch (same name of Co and division)

Thanks for your feedback.

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Old 26th September 2008, 08:42 AM
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Dears,
I have one question about PPAP approval and PSW.

The situation is:

I work in Internotional Automotive Co.
Sites are located in France, Poland, China.

One site - France - ordered PPAP for partnumber A.
PPAP will be validated and signed by Polish representative of same group (division)

After PPAP approval and PSW signed, parts will be delivered from supplier of part A to Poland, France and China.

My question is:
Do I need 3 PSW - for China, Poland, France or 1 PSW (for France that made an order) is enough to receive parts form supplier?

I repeat once again - site of Poland, France and China = same branch (same name of Co and division)

Thanks for your feedback.
So you are the customer for part A? It sounds like your company should decide. Are you OK with having PPAPs approved for your company at only one site, or would you prefer to have each site approve its own? Either way would be acceptable in my eyes.
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Old 13th January 2009, 10:03 PM
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Re: New PSW (Part Submission Warrant) - 4th Edition PPAP manual

Oh thank you very much!!
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Old 13th January 2009, 10:10 PM
janldog

 
 
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Re: PSW Warrant

It depends, normally should be 3 PSW.
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Old 13th January 2009, 11:56 PM
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Oh thank you very much!!
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It depends, normally should be 3 PSW.
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If you'll use the button at the bottom of the posts you reply to it will be easier for us to understand which posts you're talking about. Thanks!
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Old 26th January 2009, 10:33 AM
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Re: New PSW (Part Submission Warrant) - 4th Edition PPAP manual

When you make PPAP only one PSW should be filled and sent to the SQE for the project doesn't matter how many plant's are you going to supply. Usually what should be sent to all plants are some sample or tryout parts for matching. The PSW is SQE approval document and is not related with the plant but with the Company.
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Old 25th March 2009, 02:09 PM
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Re: New PSW (Part Submission Warrant) - 4th Edition PPAP manual

Hello, I did not know where to post my question so excuse me if this is not the place to be. I have a dispute with a supplier regarding submitting a level III PPAP with a PSW. I am getting a very hard time from them because they are leaving quite a few answers blank, no n/a, no applicable part revisions, etc. Unless I am mistaken, all PSW information should at least be answered with a n/a correct? This is why I am rejecting their PPAP. Thanks in advance for the insight.
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Old 25th March 2009, 02:29 PM
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Hello, I did not know where to post my question so excuse me if this is not the place to be. I have a dispute with a supplier regarding submitting a level III PPAP with a PSW. I am getting a very hard time from them because they are leaving quite a few answers blank, no n/a, no applicable part revisions, etc. Unless I am mistaken, all PSW information should at least be answered with a n/a correct? This is why I am rejecting their PPAP. Thanks in advance for the insight.
There is no standard rule, but it's good practice to use "NA" instead of leaving a field blank so that we know that the supplier didn't just overlook the field. I can't think of an instance where the part/drawing revision information wouldn't be applicable.

It's often helpful to compose your own PPAP requirements as a supplement to the AIAG requirements. You can see an example (which I wrote) here (PDF). Note that in the section dealing with the PSW there's a requirement for not leaving spaces blank.
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