value control

value control

[′val·yü kən‚trōl]
(industrial engineering)
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Because its customers value control of raw materials, Clemens did not want to buy products on the open market for the new plant, he states.
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A valuable addition to the tna family, the acquisition of the Cadalec Group broadens tna's added value control system product and service offerings, including process line control and data acquisition systems, as well as additional options for SCADA, operator interfaces, network systems, spare parts, and remote support.