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Old 22nd April 2017, 01:11 AM
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Re: Outsourced Plating Supplier Responsibilities

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I see where I may have been amiss. So if I were to add a note to the PO about oiling to prevent rust I would like to do it using a general note that would appear on every PO so that we are covered on all PO's sent out.

Something like: "Prior to parts being returned to [our company], they should be treated to prevent rust or corrosion when failure to do so could result in either of these situations developing."

Any ideas on this approach?
Follow what is nicely said by normzone .... and do tell him what oil he has to use as well. Do you want that portion to be wrapped as well after the oil smearing ? You can think of good outsourced process control when you do the risk based thinking ....

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