1974-02-01

Reliability of Construction Equipment Vehicles 740659

Customer demands for reliability in construction equipment are increasing. Reliability results first from adequate design and second from the capability of manufacturing in executing this design. The ultimate measure of reliability is performance for the customer. Information concerning good or bad performance must be communicated and used to improve new designs and correct existing machines. This can be accomplished effectively with the use of a reliability organization, operating independently of the line organization and with final approval of all products shipped.

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