PSA to clamp down on poor quality suppliers

PARIS — PSA/Peugeot-Citroen is embarking on a three-year plan to improve the quality of components it gets from its suppliers.

“We are not satisfied with the quality of our suppliers,” said Jean-Philippe Collin, the group’s new purchasing chief, in an interview here.

“Bad quality costs us a huge amount of money and that has got to change.”

PSA wants its three-year plan to reduce the overall rate of faulty parts (usually measured in parts per million or PPM) by 25 percent every six months through the end…

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