NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

 

New Product Development

APQP-Based New Product Development

  • Stage 1 - Market Research
  • Stage 2 – Product / Process Design
  • Stage 3 – Product / Process Validation
  • Stage 4 - Trail Run Production
  • Stage 5 - Launch Products

Han Yale utilizes a New Product Development process based upon Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) methodology. The new product development process is a critical factor in satisfying customer expectations in terms of quality, reliability, time, costs.

 

 

Always Doors and Samples

Before Han Yale starts every new product development, an OE sample and door are always required during the R&D process. With its experience and technology, Han Yale improves the design and increase the overall durability of the product. Using the OE samples and doors guarantees the 100% fitment rate of all Han Yale's products and perform like how they are supposed to be.

 

 

Large Database

With Han Yale's extensive component database, it can react quickly and build up a product that fits its customer’s needs in a short term period. No matter if you are looking for an AM product or OE product, you can always find what you need in Han Yale. 

 

 

Simulation

During the development, Han Yale uses simulation software to speed up the process and increase the overall quality of components and products. 

 

 

Tooling

Han Yale owns all the tooling and has its own tooling department, which allows it to develop and keep the best quality for its product. It also gives Han Yale the flexibility to cooperate with its customers if there is any special requirement.

 

 

Product Validation

All the Han Yale's products go through 32 different product validations during development. It ensures all the products released are all at premium standard and could survive under various driving styles and weather conditions.

 

 

New products every month

Han Yale's goal is to increase product coverage by adding 100 new SKUs every year. Until today, new SKUs are released every month and still counting.