The RED ZONE Manufacturing Process
- First we discuss your project with you to determine capabilities and requirements
- Discuss document security procedures and Sign NDA, if required
- We may request drawings or schematics for quotation purposes
- Receive quote on tooling, setup, delivery dates, freight charges, and material charges
- Issue purchase order
- Receive payment for tooling and/or any up front NCNR deposits
- RED ZONE produces tooling and functional samples for client approval, prior to any production taking place
- Client approves samples or requests changes, fixes, modifications and then Redzone produces those new samples for client approval
- Manufacturing of production units begins
- Redzone makes THREE quality inspection checks and balances during manufacturing, and prior to shipping to Canada
- Final packaging and inspection takes place prior to shipping to port.
- 2-3 weeks later the shipment arrives in Vancouver and offloads at port to CRA
- After clearance, shipment is trucked to destination (client dock)
- Client receives shipment and has up to one week to inspect and approve shipment
- Client pays invoice based on terms. Typically, C.O.D. to save money, but can be negotiated.
If you have any questions about our process or a current order, please contact us here.