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Ever wonder why most companies, including SSP, measure and monitor defects per million opportunities (DPMO)? What can DPMO tell prospective customers about a company’s production quality? Although it may seem like an abstract performance metric, DPMO is actually a quantifiable metric that can reveal key insights about a company’s production process.
At SSP Fittings Corp., we often receive inquiries about the origin and meaning behind our company name. While "SSP" may not have a specific acronym, it carries a profound significance for us. In this blog post, we would like to take this opportunity to share the story behind our name and shed light on our rich history, values, and expertise.
We are thrilled to announce that SSP Fittings Corp. has been honored as a Top Workplace in Cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer Top Workplaces! 🏆 This prestigious recognition is based solely on the valuable feedback provided by our employees through a third-party survey administered by our employee engagement technology partner, Energage, LLC.
Ground support and testing are essential components of aerospace operations, both in general aviation and space exploration. These processes involve a range of equipment, systems, and procedures aimed at preparing vehicles for launch, conducting thorough tests, and maintaining their integrity throughout the entire mission.
Recent disruptors have resulted in serious challenges for supply chain management. The pandemic, accompanied by shortages of numerous materials, created headaches for nearly every industry. Because of this, businesses have been implementing strategies to adapt to changing customer demands while maintaining speed of operations.
Stainless steel is one of the most durable metals in use today. Its mechanical properties are especially prized for resisting corrosion over the long term. However, different types of stainless steel have varying levels of corrosion resistance as well as particular applications for which they are best suited. Here we’ll discuss the compositions of three different stainless steel varieties: martensitic, ferritic, and austenitic.