Recently there is a tendency to pay close attention to expediting, which is tracking of deadlines and volumes of equipment manufacturing along with assessment of order completion risks and provision of recommendations to keep terms of delivery intact. 

Unlike the technical inspection of manufacturing quality on-site, based on which a Customer gets the manufacturing and product quality report only, expediting supports an active role of our company specialist, who not only gets a trustworthy information on production, shipment and delivery status, but also assesses order completion risks, exposes possible delay reasons and gives recommendations to prevent failure in order to meet the delivery date. 

Expediting can be done during the full production cycle, starting with Customer's approval of technical documentation and ending with delivery. Or it can be done on any separate production stage, and in case of failed production or delivery schedule.   

Many reasons for expediting exist, but more often problems occur at the following stages:

  • Negotiation, approval and delivery of technical documentation
  • Material and component procurement
  • Manufacturing
  • Assembly
  • Inspection and testing
  • Marking and packing
  • Delivery









During expediting our Company’s specialist actively interacts with suppliers and subcontractors, controlling the manufacturing and/or shipment terms. Also, expediting may allow for defining the areas in which Customer’s activities might influence the schedules. For instance, if a supplier had not get technical documentation/specification from Customer in time or it was incomplete, Customer did not approve the documentation by the fixed date. In this case expediting may expose potential delays in production, and prevent these delays in timely manner.

Our specialists can help you to detect possible reasons of schedule disruption in-time on early stages, and do what is necessary to eliminate them.