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Unformatted text preview: Before being acquired by Rendall Graphics, Preston Plant was going through problems mostly related to the quality of the products, which were surprisingly identified the customer, HP. The company was facing many hardships in producing quality products and no concept of control over the product operations. The existing crisis revolving around the quality of products and business operating under loss, the success would have been only possible with occurrence of 1 Chase R, Jacobs, F.R., Aquilano N.J., and Agarwal N.K.(2006) Operations Management for Competitive Advantage, Ed. 11, Tata McGraw-Hill, India certain significant events. First it is necessary to know what exactly significant is, in order to assess the events and impacts on the Preston Plants management....
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