Glossary

  • Quality Control

    The systematic planning, measuring and control of a combination of people, materials, metrology and machines, with the objective of producing a product that satisfies the quality and profitability of the enterprise.

  • Quay

    A structure built away from land and extending some distance over water, used for landing, loading and unloading Vessels. Also known as a pier or a wharf.

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