PSA Peugeot Citroen changes his supplier quality assurance standards

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PSA Peugeot Citroen changes his supplier quality assurance standards


Recently, PSA Peugeot Citroen has decided to use international APQP and PPAP standards to manage the Supplier Quality Assurance.

The deployment is being done gradually with the new vehicles or systems projects in 2015. All parts of those new projects will be developed regarding those new APQP and PPAP process.


PSA has chosen as a partner Euro-Symbiose to train its suppliers to the APQP-PPAP.

Indeed, PSA has chosen Euro-Symbiose to create with him the training module on APQP/PPAP application, qualifying trainers who will be able to diffuse this training and diffuse the training to the suppliers by wishing to join – or continue to join – in the new development projects with PSA.

This training, from this point forward required by PSA, will be qualifying for the PSA suppliers who will participate to that.

The co-design phase of the APQP/PPAP training by PSA will take place this summer for an effective deployment to suppliers in autumn 2015.