Awards & Accreditations

Toyota Quality Award 2017




IATF 16949:2016 Quality Management System (QMS) standard

Divgi-TTS transitioned to the newly applicable IATF 16949:2016 Quality Management System (QMS) standard in February, 2018. This new standard replaced the earlier ISO/TS 16949:2009 standard. The IATF 16949:2016 standard became applicable from October 01, 2017 and all organizations were required to mandatorily transition to the new IATF 16949 in line with their current audit cycle, according to the allowable timing requirements.

The IATF 16949:2016 Quality Management System (QMS) standard establishes the requirements specifically for the automotive sector. Its primary focus is the development of a Quality Management System that provides for continual improvement, emphasizing defect prevention and the reduction of variation and waste in the supply chain. The standard, combined with applicable Customer-Specific Requirements (CSR’s), define the QMS requirements for automotive production, service and/or accessory parts.


ISO 14000 Certification

ISO14000 Certification, like the ISO9000 Quality Management Certification is developed and published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). However, while ISO9000 deals with Quality Management of a product, ISO14001:2004 and ISO14004:2004 focus on Environmental Management Systems. They provide practical tools to identify and control the impact of the company’s processes on the environment and constantly improve their environmental performance.

Divgi-TTS received the first ISO14000 Certification in 2010. It was recertified in 2013.



The Divgi-TTS Production System

In the pursuit of manufacturing excellence and having a robust manufacturing systems to deliver flawless quality products at lowest possible cost and give hassle free customer experience, Divgi-TTS Production System (DiPS) has utilized some key aspects of Toyota Production System and General Motors Quality System Basics tools to create a systematic framework. This framework is includes foundational elements covering Safety and Environment, Quality Systems, Employee Development, Continuous Improvement, Lean Manufacturing, Pre-Production Planning and Metrics and Audits while providing “Zero” safety incidences, Customer PPM reduction, 100% On Time Deliveries to customers and inculcates a systems of continual improvement within the processes of the orgainization.

In November, 2008, in an audit conducted by technical partners, BorgWarner, Divgi-TTS was adjudged No. 1 across all units of BorgWarner, world-wide. Criteria on which the winner was judged included Employee communication, Change Management, implementation of the Operator Licensing and Standardized Work Processes as well as processes such as Quality Systems Basics process, 5S’, Visual Control, Total Productivity Management, Employee Deployment and Lean Manufacturing.


Technical Papers

Implementation of Lean Manufacturing to Improve Competitiveness 2010-01-2025
Published
10/05/2010
Abhijeet Pingale and Deepak Vani, DivgiWarner Pvt Ltd. Download


Supplier Capability Maturity Model - Case Study at Divgiwarner 2010-01-2298
Published
09/13/2011
Abhijeet Pingale and Deepak Vani, DivgiWarner Pvt Ltd. Download


Implementation of BorgWarner Production System-Case Study at DivgWarner Private Limited 2010-01-2055
Published 09/24/2012
Dipak Annasaheb vani and Sudhindra Deshpande, DivgiWarner Pvt.Ltd.Download


Project Saraswati: Operator Training& Evaluation (Licensing) for World-Class Operational Excellence 2010-01-2406
Published
09/24/2013
Vijay Janardan Warade, Gopal Krishna Dalvi, and Rakesh Rameshchandra Sharma,
DivgiWarner Pvt.Ltd. Download


Development of Compact Synchronizer Technology for Manual and Automated Transmissions 2014-01-1710
Published
01/04/2014
Abhijeet Pingale, DivgiWarner Pvt.Ltd.Download