CEO`s Message

Assalam-O-Alikum!
Wishing you best regards on the great success our company and on worldwide recognition for his good and quality products. We are gaining more and more customers by continuously improving the quality of our products and maintaining best quality control system. For this I welcome all of our employees working in and outside the organization. Our primary goal is to provide superior services to our customers and fully going through innovative ideas. Our aim is to provide good food, good life to our customer. Innovation is the main strength of our company by which we are continuously improving our standards. We are focusing more deeply on customer demanded products that’s why we are more successful. I am very much pleased on the performance of our research and development department which enables us to quickly launch our products. Performance of our research department is much more better then all other competitor companies. We are able to launch many new products due to its good performance. Mainly focusing on our vision we want to be creative organization with great values and till now we have achieved that standard. Employees of the organization are our strength and we have to utilize that strength. I will welcome every person of that company with creative skills which can give more better ideas and exceed its innovative skills. I will welcome every one with innovative and skillful persons to be part of that great company. Best luck for the future!

MR. AAMIR RAZA
(PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER)

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MANAGEMENT OF THE COMPANY

PRESIDENT & CEO OF THE COMPANY

MR. AAMIR RAZA
(PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER)

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MR. WAQAS ANWAR
(S.E.V.P SALES & MKT)

MISS SHAN-E-ZAHRA
(S.E.V.P RESEARCH & DESIGN)

MISS UFAQ QAISER
(S.E.V.P QUALITY & INVENTORY CONTROL)

COMPANY SPOKES PERSON

SHAN-E-ZAHRA

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NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH PROJECT

PROJECT DIRECTOR WARDA YAQOOB PROJECT PERIOD
We have completed proper research on this idea and after complete research and clearly defining the customer needs. Our research and development team suggested that there is great need to launch new product because of demand of that product. We have designed a proper roadmap of launching that product. Our total time frame of launching that project is 30 days within which we can launch that product. We have sent the copies to product design, inventory management, finance and company executives. Research team has fully approve the idea and suggested that it will be more beneficial for us how early we will launch the project to capture the vacant market.

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM
PROJECT DIRECTOR
WARDA YAQOOB

DESIGNE ENGENIER
SADIA GULL

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
NASIR KHAN

INVENTORY MANAGER
RABIA MANZOOR

FLOOR OPERATIONS MANAGER
ZAINAB NADEEM

CHIEF QUALITY CONTROL
AAMIR SAIF-ULLAH

MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE
BABER SULTAN

MARKETING MANAGER
SAIF-UR-REHMAN

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER
USMAN UL HAQ

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Nestlé History
The story begins in 1867, when Henri Nestlé developed a baby formula that saved a child's life and marked the beginning of Nestlé's decades-old commitment to nutrition. In the 140 years since then, they have expanded around the world and developed a range of products designed to suit every taste, need and cultural preference. Their distinctive seal is recognized everywhere as a guarantee of quality and healthfulness.

Nestlé Pakistan History
Nestlé Pakistan
Nestlé has been serving Pakistani consumers since 1988, when their parent company, the Switzerland-based Nestlé SA, first acquired a share in Milkpak Ltd. Today they are fully integrated in Pakistani life, and are recognized as producers of safe, nutritious and tasty food, and leaders in developing and uplifting the communities in which they operate. Nestlé Pakistan ensures that their products are made available to consumers wherever in the country they might be. Convenience is at the heart of the Nestlé philosophy, and their aim is to bring products to people's doorsteps.

A History of Service
In line with the parent company's global philosophy, Nestlé is proud of their commitment to excellence in product safety, quality, and value. Their products cater to human needs, and Nestlé is active in the communities they serve.

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From spreading awareness about nutrition and wellness to digging wells in the Thar Desert and succoring earthquake victims, they are committed to serving the country and its people. The consumer's voice is key to Nestlé Pakistan's vision and working. Whether you live in the remotest village or the metropolis of Karachi, their consumer services team stands ready to listen to your concerns and provide answers about their products and guidance on matters of health and wellness

Core values
Our core values are as fallows,

Ability to react quickly to market conditions Ability to tailor the product according to market Team work Pioneers & innovators Continuous learning Creating long term shared value

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MISSION STATEMENT
“Nestle is dedicated to providing the best foods to people throughout their day, throughout their lives, throughout the world, with our unique experience of anticipating consumers need`s and creating solutions, nestle contributes to your well-being and enhances your quality of life”

VISION AND STRATEGY
The Nestlé global vision is to be the leading health, wellness, and Nutrition Company in the world. Nestlé Pakistan subscribes fully to this vision. In particular, they envision to; Lead a dynamic motivated and professional workforce – proud of its heritage and bullish about the future. Meet the nutritional needs of consumers of all age groups – from infancy to old age, from nutrition to pleasure, through an innovative portfolio of branded food and beverage products of the highest quality. Deliver shareholder value through profitable long-term growth, while continuing to play a significant and responsible role in the social, economic and environmental sectors of the country. Nestlé has profitable and diversified high quality food and beverage product portfolio, delivering 60:40+ advantage to consumers, available across all sales channels. Nestlé brands are the preferred choice in their categories. Consumer insight drives all aspects of their marketing and communication efforts. Their communications to the consumer are relevant, cutting-edge, and adhere to the highest standards of responsible communication. Nestlé Company is seen as the No. 1 career destination for talented, motivated and ambitious professionals.

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Their result-oriented organizational structure ensures effective communication and empowered self-management. Nestlé milk collection and agri services will continue to play the primary role in development of the dairy sector in rural Pakistan. Their proactive innovation and renovation culture is the key to their success in the marketplace. Fully integrated systems (Nestlé Pakistan, suppliers, customers) ensure efficient business processes. Non-strategic activities and products are outsourced or discontinued.

MARKET CONDITION
Pakistan is a third world country therefore its market is not a stable one. This proposal is prepared when inflationary conditions in Pakistani market were not that severe, therefore this report should be viewed in context of the market conditions which were prevailing in July 2008. During the past one decade Pakistani people got rich due to much privatization and foreign investment, coupled with property and stock exchange boom. Now people have money to spend and their affordability has increased dramatically. Therefore nestle also introduced many brands keeping in mind the per capita purchasing power, and set their prices at a premium since people have trust in nestle therefore nestle is earning good profits in Pakistan. Besides the increase in per capita purchasing power, awareness increased among people of Pakistan regarding to the health issues. People are now health conscious which helped nestle to flourish in Pakistan.

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

SALES DEPARTMENT SALES & RESEARCH DEP

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
PRODUCT DESIGN DEP

FINANCE DEP

BOARD OF DIRECTORES

INVENTORY CONTROL DEP

PRESIDENT & CEO

FLOOR OPERATION DEP
QUALITY CONTROL DEP QUALITY ASSURANCE DEP

MARKETING DEP

SUPPLY CHAIN DEP
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SALES & RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SALES DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation)

Duties & Responsibilities of sales Department
Sales department consists of following personnel; SALES MANAGER ASSISTANT SALES MANAGER

1. Duties of Sales Manager (Muhammad Imran)
Developing sales strategies, goals and plans Reviewing sales information both historical and current. Forecasting for senior management. Looking at competitors and evaluating strategies to compete. Sales meetings and sales calls with team members. Measuring results.

2. Duties of assistant sales manager (Faisal Shahzad)

To collect data about potential sales market. To regularly report his progress to the sales manager. To suggest and implement ways & techniques of selling the new product to the customers.

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RESEARCH DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation)

Duties & Responsibilities of Research Department
Research department consists of following personnel; RESEARCH MANAGER RESEARCH ASSISTANT MANAGER

1. Duties of Research manager (Ayesha Asghar)

To monitor the conducting of surveys regarding the existence of new product demand. To analyze through research techniques the suitable product features to be added to the new product. To overall manage the work of assistant research manager. To research which processes will be the optimal one for product development and manufacturing.

2. Duties of Assistant Research Manager (Warda Yaqoob)
To conduct the research surveys in the market regarding the acceptability of the new product. To gather other research data from multiple sources like Government published reports, market statistics etc.

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PRODUCT DESIGN DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation) Product designer Product design feasibility manager Product design approval manager Cost analyst

1. Product designer (Sadia Gull)
Product designer will create the user-centered design of a product and will add ingredients in the product according to voice of customer. The product designer follows series of steps those are written under as: 1. Designing and prototyping 2. Mixing of ingredients with different quantities 3. Pre production design 4. Design during production 5. Post production design 6. Redesign Major ingredients in the product are:  Orange juice  Citric acid  Salt  Natural and Artificial flavors  Malic acid  Sodium ascrobate  Aspartame  Acesulfame potassium  Yellow 5 and yellow 6  Pectin  Sucralose
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For the purpose of product design, we will use house of quality matrix to convert customer voice i.e sugar free carbonated orange drink into technical specifications, means in the words of engineers.

2. Product design feasibility manager (Muhammad Javed)
Check the feasibility according to his experience and expertise. The determination and specification of the parts of a product and their interrelationship so that they become a unified whole. The design must satisfy a broad array of requirements in a condition of balanced effectiveness. A product is designed to perform a particular function or set of functions effectively and reliably, to be economically manufacturable, to be profitably salable, to suit the purposes and the attitudes of the consumer, and to be durable, safe, and economical to operate. For instance, the design must take into consideration the particular manufacturing facilities, available materials, know-how, and economic resources of the manufacturer. The product may need to be packaged; usually it will also need to be shipped so that it should be light in weight and sturdy of construction. The product should appear significant, effective, compatible with the culture, and appear to be worth more than the price.

3. Product design approval manager (Qalb-E-Abass)
Receives design and its feasibility of product from relevant members, Contact to manufacturing and engineering department for further approval and also for rectification of any discrepancy in design requirements.

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4. Cost analyst (Sadia kiran)
Estimates cost for product for production department; Recurring production cost = production labor + direct materials + process costs + overhead + outside processing Non-recurring costs = development costs + tooling Product costs = Recurring production costs + allocated non-recurring costs Product price or acquisition costs = Product costs + selling, general & administrative + warranty costs + profit Life cycle costs = Acquisition costs + other related capital costs + training costs + operating costs + support costs + disposal costs A design to cost approach consists of the following elements: An understanding of customer affordability or competitive pricing requirements by the key participants in the development process; Establishment and allocation of target costs down to a level of the hardware where costs can be effectively managed; Commitment by development personnel to development budgets and target costs; Stability and management of requirements to balance requirements with affordability and to avoid creeping elegance; An understanding of the product's cost drivers and consideration of cost drivers in establishing product specifications and in focusing attention on cost reduction; Product cost models and life cycle cost models to project costs early in the development cycle to support decision-making; Active consideration of costs during development as an important design parameter appropriately weighted with other decision parameters; Creative exploration of concept and design alternatives as a basis for developing lower cost design approaches;
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Access to cost data to support this process and empower development team members; Use of value analysis / function analysis and its derivatives (e.g., function analysis system technique) to understand essential product functions and to identify functions with a high cost to function ratio for further cost reduction; Application of design for manufacturability principles as a key cost reduction tactic; Meaningful cost accounting systems using cost techniques such as activity-based costing (ABC) to provide improved cost data; Consistency of accounting methods between cost systems and product cost models as well as periodic validation of product cost models; and Continuous improvement through value engineering to improve product value over the longer term.

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Finance Department
(Member and there designation) CHIEF FINANCE OFFICER SENIOR FINANCE SYSTEM MANAGER ACCOUNT MANAGER FINANCE MANAGER

Major duties of finance department
The Finance Department supports the firm on a day to day basis to assist in the delivery of the business plan, national and local priorities and corporate objectives. Specifically, the principal duties and responsibilities of the Finance Department are as follows: To support to the firm in securing financial balance which will include the determination and establishment of cash releasing efficiency savings required to ensure financial balance and to advise the firm on strategic and operational matters relating to finance. To contribute to the operational and business planning activities of the firm. To develop and review financial systems, procedures and controls to ensure that the budgetary, accounting, income and expenditure systems operate efficiently to the highest professional standards. To play a key role in the interpretation of national policies and practices in assessing the financial risks and impact of the implementation of these policies. To generate the financial resources for the new products.

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DEPARTMENTAL HIERARCHY
Chief Finance Officer (CFO)

Senior Finance System Manager

Account Manager (AM)

Finance Manager

Now we will discuss the major duties of the Chief Finance officer, Account manager, senior finance system manager and finance manager.

1. CHIEF FINANCE OFFICER (Muhammad Nasir Khan)

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will direct the organization’s financial planning and accounting practices as well as its relationship with lending institutions. The CFO will provide direction for the financial operations of the company, subsidiaries, and projects including both treasury and accounting functions.

Duties and responsibilities Oversees and directs treasury, budgeting, audit, tax, accounting, purchasing, real estate, long range forecasting, and insurance activities for the organization. Directs and coordinates the establishment of budget programs. Appraises the organization’s financial position and issues periodic reports on organization’s financial stability, liquidity, and growth
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Analyzes, consolidates, and directs all cost accounting procedures together with other statistical and routine reports. Analyzes accounting practices impacting functional groups and the whole organization, and determine their financial impact. Communicates financial plans, policies and technology trends throughout the organization, including management groups and professional staff.

2. SENIOR FINANCE SYSTEM MANAGER (Maryam Khalid)
Duties and responsibilities Manages and supports the development, tracking, and implementation of process efficiencies and technology projects on a national level.

Ensures that all project and process enhancements are in compliance with acceptable accounting practices and applicable internal and external policies and regulations.

Gathers information from internal and external sources related to needed process enhancements and technical/software efficiencies.

Recommends to senior management on enhancements/additions/changes on a wide variety of technical, software and/or process-related projects. Manages the project(s) from idea to implementation.

3. ACCOUNT MANAGER (Muhammad Sabeel Farhan)
The Account Manager (AM) is responsible for all aspects of the response, including developing installation objectives and managing all program roll-out operations. Duties and responsibilities Stabilize the firm by ensuring life safety and managing resources efficiently and cost effectively.
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Determine firm objectives and strategy to achieve the objectives. Approve the implementation of a firm written Action Plan. Make assure that all the accounting procedures are according to international accounting standards. Make the cost analysis of the new product Make the budgets for forecasting the sales. Oversee monthly accounting responsibilities Manage timely and accurate monthly closings. Function as a backup to the Financial Analyst implementing changes to financial models is needed. Special Projects as requested by the Controller and CFO

4. FINANCE MANAGER (Sumra Warsi)
Duties and responsibilities Creates financial models and spreadsheets, assembles and manipulates financial and operational data, and develops written and graphical reports; works with systemsadministration teams to develop reports, queries, and other data extraction tools. Conducts special analyses on financial and management issues as assigned; prepares reports covering complex financial and performance issues for a wide variety of audiences, including management, the Board, and the general public. Develops and implements departmental financial policies, procedures, and performance standards related to primary assignments; coordinates with other departments to establish appropriate corresponding District-level policies Prepares program area policy and procedure alternatives and recommendations; develops appropriate systems to implement recommendations. Serves as project manager for assigned projects.

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INVENTORY DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation)

Duties & responsibilities of inventory department

1. Production Dept. contractor (Rabia Manzoor)
Getting information from production department about desired raw material, quantity, quality, pricing and time period within which to make inventory available for production.

2. Supplier contractor (Qamer Abbas Shah)
Giving orders to the external suppliers for obtaining required material according to the specifications regarding quantity, quality, price, commission, lead time, logistics loading and unloading terms.

3. Finance Dept. contractor (Zohaib Hassan)
Submitting the receipts and vouchers to the finance department, verifying the transactions and getting cash from finance department in order to make payments (through supplier contactor) to external suppliers and meeting other expenditures.

4. Physical inspector (Sumaira Kanwal)
Physically keeps the check and balance of incoming and outgoing stock along with determining the quantity and quality obtained and performs overall inspection responsibilities.

5. Card Maintainer (Zille Huma)
Manage inventory card system regarding incoming and outgoing of inventory and providing information to production department of used and unused inventory.

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FLOOR OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation) Floor Manager Assistant Manager Floor Plan Supervisor Assistant Supervisor

Responsibilities of Floor-Operation Team
Develop clear and accurate job estimate Scheduling Monitor sub-ordinates Manage work in Process Inspect services and final walk through Production Job documentation Train Production Personal Attend VIP meeting Expense control Lead, manage and develop front line supervisor Evaluate the value stream Try to eliminate non-value added steps in process It is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations Provide overall management of the ongoing Prodcution including inventory, control, Equipment Maintenance, Calibtration, Shipping, and Quality Control/ inspection Assist in creation of efficient processes through hands-on development and training Track quality of all processes through analysis of recorded data and formation of additional test-points. Correlate results with requirement/specification Report directly to CEO
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Hierarchy of Floor-Operations Team
OPERATIONS MANAGER

ASISTANT MANAGER

FLOOR PLAN SUPERVISOR

ASSISTANT SUPERVISIOR

1. Production manager (Zainab Nadeem)
A production manager is involved with the planning, coordination and control of industrial processes. She ensures that goods and services are produced efficiently; that they are of the right quality, quantity, and cost; and that they are produced on time, to the satisfaction of the customer, at the right price. Overseeing the production process.

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A production manager is involved in both the pre-production (planning) stage as well as the production (control and supervision) stage. However, tasks typically involve: Overseeing the production process, drawing up a production schedule; Ensuring that the production is cost effective; Making sure that products are produced on time and are of good quality Working out the human and material resources needed Estimating costs and setting the quality standards Monitoring the production processes and adjusting schedules as needed Being responsible for the selection and maintenance of equipment Monitoring product standards and implementing quality-control programmes. Working with managers to implement the company's policies and goals Ensuring that health and safety guidelines are followed Supervising and motivating a team of workers Reviewing the performance of subordinates Identifying training needs

2. Assistant manager (Muhammad Sarfraz)
Take in production orders and convey them to the production team Ensure that the production targets are met and there is a balanace in supply and demand Ensure that the quality standards of product are met Handle Machinery problems if any Give regular production report to manager Report to Production Manager regarding all the developments in his/her domain Motivating employees to give their best to the organization Report directly to operations Manager

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3.

Floor plan supervisor (Asim Zia)
Lead manage and develop front line/assistant supervisor Perform a variety of complicated tasks including management of employees. Typically report to the Production Manager Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Monitor sub ordinates Manage work in Process Assist in creation of efficient processes through hands-on development and training Track quality of all processes through analysis of recorded data and formation of additional test-points. Report directly to Operations Manager. Attend VIP meeting Other tasks as assigned by Production Manager

4. Assistant Supervisor (Saima Awan)
It is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations Production record Try to eliminate non-value added steps in process Supervise workers engaged in the production in the absence of supervisor Analyze and resolve work problems and will assist in solving these problems Perform all other tasks required of employees when needed.

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QUALITY CONTROL DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation) Running process should be out of defects, number of defects should be minimized. CHIEF QUALITY CONTROL QUALITY CONTROL MANAGERS QUALITY CONTROL SUPERVISOR QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTOR

Duties & Responsibilities of quality control Department
1. CHIEF QUALITY CONTROL (Amir Saif Ullah)
Head of the department to make sure what overall production is going up to market.

2. QUALITY CONTROL MANAGERS (Maryum Anwar)
To provide quality control and assurance functions that ensure products conform to engineering specifications and meet customer quality requirements by performing the following duties.

Duties and Responsibilities
Include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Maintains and reports product conformance to specifications through inspection of raw material, work in process and finished goods inventories. Expected to effectively manage process improvements and change initiatives using Six Sigma and Lean concepts as an enabler and establish operational metrics/key indicators for process control, communication and on-going quality process improvements to achieve Quality excellence Reports and tracks any significant deviations from quality standard
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Recommends corrective action as necessary to management to insure compliance to Quality requirements and goals. compliance to quality requirements and gathers feedback on current level of customer quality perception. Create and maintain a system for production to be responsible for quality. Establishes and presents regular training for inspection and manufacturing employees on quality issues.

3. QUALITY CONTROL SUPERVISOR (MEDIHA ZUBAIR)

Plans, Job Descriptions, and manages the mechanical (length) inspections first article and final acceptance) to ensure that the production of products in the Machine Shop is consistent with established standards.

Develops and analyzes statistical data and product specifications to determine present standards and establish proposed quality and reliability expectancy of finished product.

Manages the development and implementation of inspection procedures. Responsible for coordinating subordinate employee recruitment, selection, training, performance assessment, work assignments, and disciplinary actions. Required Skills for Quality Control Supervisor Job:

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AS9100 PROCESSES ISO 9001: 2000 BACHELORS DEGREE KAIZEN SIX SIGMA MECHANICAL INSPECTIONS

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4. QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTOR (NAVEED MANZOOR)
Hands on testing of all products and environmental monitoring and regulating. Examines machine-made product for defects: Selects sample , and visually examines product for other defects. Records number of defectives and informs department supervisor when percentage of defective units exceeds allowable limits, requiring inspection of entire unit output.

QUALITY ASSURANCE DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation) This article is produced with objective of identifying the need of quality assurance at nestle diet orange along with the specific goals and objectives of quality assurance department. We have laid down the necessary responsibilities of the quality assurance department in brief and concise manner.

Personnel at the quality assurance department
MANAGER QUALITY AND ASSURANCE DEPARTMENT FAILURE ANALYST QUALITY AND ASSURANCE COORDINATOR INTERNAL AUDITOR

Quality assurance
It is a part of quality management which represents a complex process focused on creation of the confidence that the corresponding requirement to quality is kept, and includes all the factors and the actions needed for achievement of the appropriate quality level of products and services. “It is a set of activities intended to ensure that products (goods and/or services) satisfy customer requirements in a systematic, reliable fashion.”

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The general objective of quality assurance departments an enhancement of product and service quality and an increase of customer satisfaction. To achieve this objective, QAD should reach the following goals; Continuous and consistent development, implementation and maintenance of quality assurance management system. Staff training and compliance with the requirements of the quality assurance management Quality control over provided products and services in accordance with The Rules and Standards of the company Developing and making arrangements for enhancing the quality of provided products and services Organizing and conducting internal audit of the quality assurance management system Organizing and controlling corrective and preventing actions of quality management Control over equipment and production process Control over product output Investigation of customer claims

1. Quality and assurance manager (Baber sultan)

Duty to measure the conformance quality, or degree to which the product/service was produced correctly. The prevention of defects, such as by the deployment of a quality management system and preventative activities like fame. The detection of defects, most commonly associated with testing which takes place within a quality management system typically referred to as verification and validation. Planned and systematic production processes that provide confidence in a product's suitability for its intended purpose.
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Check two key principles characterize qa: "fit for purpose" (the product should be suitable for the intended purpose) and "right first time" (mistakes should be eliminated). Quality assurance includes regulation of the quality of raw materials, assemblies, products and components; services related to production; and management, production and inspection processes.

2. Failure Analyst (Khurram Mehboob)
To perform analysis of defective product Utilize the resulting findings to improve product yield and integrity. Reliability Engineering also performs failure analysis in mode and the mechanism of all failures (both from routine reliability tests and customer returns). Qualification of existing products for new applications. Customer Qualifications. Reliability is responsible for review and acceptance of all customer requirements. Coordinates all replies to customers and approves all correspondence outside the company.

3. Quality Assurance coordinator (Muhammad Fiaz)
Provides procedures for qualification of new product designs require reliability participation and approval in design reviews, documentation, characterization, and reliability stress studies. New package qualification is approved and released for production after prescribed environmental tests have been successfully completed. Qualification of a new product is granted only after Quality and reliability have completed evaluation of process control studies. Significant modifications to existing processes are treated as new processes for the purpose of qualification. Proper documentation of all changes to process steps and procedure, and of any or material, is assured by Reliability’s approval. new or improved designs.

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4. Internal Auditor (Athar Saeed)
A person employed as a quality assurance auditor is responsible for testing items produced by a company or facility against the recognized industry standards. The quality assurance auditor is really responsible for making sure that what is reported on the package is really what the product is, and that it is safe under FDA and other applicable regulations. A quality assurance auditor needs to be very organized, have a strong analytical background as well as being familiar with the standard operating procedures (SOPs) and regulations affecting the production of the final product. An understanding of the biotechnology that goes into manufacturing and developing the product is critical. Internal auditor continually monitor compliance efforts which enables a business to assess and handle its risk.

Marketing Department
(Member and there designation)

Duties & Responsibilities of Marketing Department 1. ADVERTISING MANAGER (Aurangzaib)
Advertising manager is responsible for organizing the testing of a product in a limited market before it is universally marketed. Advertising managers oversee advertising and promotion staffs, which usually are small, except in the largest firms. In a small firm, managers may serve as liaisons between the firm and the advertising or promotion agency.
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In larger firms, advertising managers oversee in-house account, creative, and media services departments.

2. MARKETING MANAGER (Saif-ur-rehman)
Marketing managers develop the firm’s marketing strategy in detail. With the help of subordinates, including product development managers and market research managers. They estimate the demand for products and services offered by the firm and its competitors. In addition, they identify potential markets for example, business firms, wholesalers, retailers, government, or the general public. Marketing managers develop pricing strategy to help firms maximize profits and market share while ensuring that the firm’s customers are satisfied. They monitor trends that indicate the need for new products and services. They oversee product development. These managers direct promotions programs that combine advertising with purchase incentives to increase sales.

3. PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER (Tayyba Safeer)

Public relations managers supervise public relations specialists. These managers direct publicity programs. They use every available communication medium to maintain the support of the specific group upon whom their organization’s success depends, such as consumers, stockholders, or the general public. Public relations managers also evaluate advertising and promotions programs for compatibility with public relations efforts and serve as the eyes and ears of top management.

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They observe social, economic, and political trends that might ultimately affect the firm, and they make recommendations to enhance the firm’s image on the basis of those trends. Public relations managers may confer with labor relations managers to produce internal company communications such as newsletters about employee-management relations. They assist company executives in drafting speeches, arranging interviews, and maintaining other forms of public contact; oversee company archives; and respond to requests for information. In addition, some of these managers handle special events, such as the sponsorship of races, parties introducing new products, or other activities that the firm supports in order to gain public attention through the press without advertising directly.

4. PROMOTION MANAGER (AROOJ NASIR)

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SUPPLY CHAIN DEPARTMENT
(Member and there designation)

Introduction
"iA supply chain refers to the network of facilities and distribution options that performs the functions of procurement of materials, transformation of these materials into intermediate and finished products, and the distribution of these finished products to customers. Supply chain management lies between fully vertical integrated firms where the entire flow of material is owned by a single firm in which each channel member operates independently. The key for effective management lies in the coordination between the various key players within the chain".

Objective
To optimize and consolidate low-cost but efficient resources and processes To develop and manage simplified & effective supply network to achieve a high level of service Create a continuous improvement culture driven by performance measures and rewards

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Departmental Hierarchy

Supply Chain Department

Supply Chain Manager (Usman-Ul-Haq)

Procurement Manager (Hassan Javed)

Production Manager (Mohsin Aziz)

Distribution Manager (Ajmal Khan)

Posts & Responsibilities
Supply chain Manager – Mr. Usman-Ul-Haq is responsible for the
production control, scheduling, inventory control, purchasing of raw material, ensuring punctual distribution for production plan & material needs to the relevant function, meeting the requirement of inventory control and the accuracy of quantity.

Procurement Manager – Mr. Hassan Javaid is responsible for
formulating procurement strategy to reduce material cost, developing & maintaining a close relationship with suppliers, exploring new suppliers/vendors to cope with customer requirement requirements, working closely with internal departments to ensure the necessary materials are ready for production on a timely basis, monitoring supplier's performance in terms of price, quality and delivery.

Production Manager – Mr. Mohsin Aziz is responsible for the
coordination of all the people & equipment involved in the production process,
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ensuring meeting of output & quality goals, devising methods of meeting production goals, decisions related to machinery, monitoring of product standards & quality control programs, implementation of company's goals and policies.

Distribution Manager – Mr. Ajmal Khan is responsible for handling
delivery of goods, decisions involving transportation, stock control, warehousing and ensuring structures to monitor the flow of goods.

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