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La Triveneta Cavi s.p.a.

Started by Eadwyn ECCLESTONE, August 02, 2014, 01:35:53 PM

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La Triveneta Cavi s.p.a.

Since 1965, la Triveneta Cavi has been one of the major players within the European market for low- and medium-voltage cables for various sectors (industry, home use, power distribution, renewable technologies).
On the strength of our constantly growing turnover and our policy of investment in research and production processes, we can ensure for our customers constantly improved service quality standards and an increasingly comprehensive range of electric cables.
LTC has consolidated its position in more than 25 countries worldwide. It has a staff of about 600, employed at its five facilities occupying a total surface area of approx. 160,000 m2 (half the surface area is under roofing).

La Triveneta Cavi generates more than 100,000 tonnes of products at its four Production Units, backed up by its Logistics Unit.

Production Unit 1 is manufacturing cables for power distribution, signalling and control. The cables are in­sulated with thermoplastic material and polyolefin, and special low-voltage insulation is also provided, as well as thermoplastic compounds.

Production Unit 2 manufactures the types of cables manufactured at Production Unit 1, and also manufac­tures telephone, instruments and control cables.

Production Unit 3, instead, is given over primarily to elastomer cables, medium-voltage cables and cables for local utilities and contractors.

Copper processing and all metallurgic processes are handled by the Production Unit 4.

What Quality means

Quality is an operating principle that serves to guide the organization towards customer satisfaction and meeting specific requirements.
For La Triveneta Cavi this means identifying and responding to customer requirements and implementing the philosophy of cause and effect assessment for critical processes, i.e. those processes subject to risks of inefficacy..

The basic principles of company Quality

    Quantifying Quality

    In order to be able to effectively manage a process requires data.
    The importance of statistics
    Data is important for demonstrating improvements in quality and to support decision-making.
    The analysis of data must be possible for any company process: in this way the statistics serve as a starting point for initiating corrective actions.
    Providing the quality you deserve
    The quality available today is the result of past management; the quality of tomorrow will be the result of today's management.

Quality Management
Quality improvement involves control

A Quality Management System (QMS) is implemented to improve Quality. This involves each process and everyone in the organization; to support improvement requires discipline, transparency, and straightforwardness.

All this is achieved by acting on the following levers:

The organisation, by gearing it towards continuous improvement, standardising and constantly updating each activity so that everyone knows what to do and how to do it to ensure the effectiveness of the management system and to ensure that the quality policy is communicated, understood, and subject to periodic audits.
The process, by seeking the best yet most cost-effective solutions, monitoring the results with the internal customer/supplier chains, and checking that it does not have negative effects on the environment.
The product, through the development of new or improved products.

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