Equipment OEMs

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It is inevitable that manufacturing of products takes priority for any firm involved relying on the production of goods for revenue generation. This often means that paperwork takes second place. The production of OEM vessels is a specialist sector and has some unique challenges when it comes to documentation because the construction process involves different functions, which means that on completion the documentation is in multiple locations. Significant additional time is then spent bringing all this documentation together, delaying time-to-production and increasing costs.

This is increasingly important as suppliers, vendors and other stakeholders are accountable for providing relevant documentation to their customers. More than ever, suppliers are being asked to provide documents in accordance with individual clients’ requirements. In many cases, the combination of client-specific document and reporting requirements are impacting suppliers’ ability to deliver accurate and timely information and driving their costs upward.

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