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IBM's quality control moves to Japan
AFAR
3/5/2003

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Japan is the site for future desktop PC quality control inspections. Headquarters will move from North Carolina to Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, which currently inspects IBM notebooks. This move to house both inspection facilities together is hoped to ensure the consistency of quality testing for IBM products.

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