eSectionProduction Control Supplier ManualTitlePKG-008
Maintenance and PACKAGINGReplacement
Date Issued: 2-23-99 Date
To provide a method for packaging maintenance and
replacement of damaged returnable
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1.Supplier General Responsibilities
A. Inspect and reject damaged returnable packaging.
B.Contact PCL personnel for repair if a damaged container or pallet is detected.
Remove damaged unit immediately from the system.
C. Clean returnable containers. Include removing dirt, water, debris, residue, worn
expendable dunnage, etc.. as required. Routine checks should be made and
regular cleaning must occur as needed to ensure part quality and cleanliness
during the life of the container.
D.Ensure the correct number of cardholders holders (2*) are attached to each container,
on adjacent sides. If additional holders are needed please complete Cardholder order
form. This can be found on the Production Control Supplier Manual web site.
Completed forms should be sent to deviation email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
E. Returnable packaging is designed for inside use only. Suppliers shall store containers
in a manner which allows ease of inventories, maintains cleanliness, and protects
containers from excessive environmental exposure. Supplier assumes cost of repair,
replacement or cleaning if returnable containers are kept outside.
Damaged totes consist of any condition that may jeopardize product quality or safety.
?Cuts on sides over 4” long
?Missing handle inserts
?Missing corner reinforcements
?Severely creased or torn material that may lower the packaging stacking strength.
Damaged racks consist of any condition that may jeopardize product quality or safety.Examples:
?Physical Damage (welds, bent frames, etc)
3. Bulk Containers
Damaged bulk containers consist of any condition that may jeopardize product qualityor safety.
?Broken Cross Pieces / Fork Supports
?Missing or Broken handles
?Cosmetic deficiencies are not grounds for dunnage replacement.Supplier assumes cost of replacing all packaging damaged by the supplier.Functional non-performance of dunnage will determine if it is to be removed from thesystem. Items qualifying for non-performance include:
?Plastic corrugate with a hole worn through exposing the bottom of the tote.?Plastic corrugate assembly coming apart.
?Crosslink foam breaking down and flaking off.
?Crosslink foam separating from plastic corrugate.
?Crosslink foam not securely holding component in its intended position.
DENSODenso ManufacturingMichigan Inc.G:PRD_CTRL/SUPPLIER MANUAL UPDATES 2009/SUPPLIER MANUAL UPDATES 2011/ Damaged DMMI owned Supplier Returnable(2)
DENSODenso ManufacturingMichigan Inc.packaging types on one pallet. The skid may not exceed 48” in height.
B. If totes, stretchwrap the totes on the pallet.
C. Complete the Damaged Supplier Packaging Form (see FORMS section) and attachto the pallet on four sides so the sign is clearly visible.
D. Return damaged packaging to DENSO on a regular shipment.
E. Notify PCL group when shipping damaged containers back by e-mail and includecontainer and quantity.
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