Hands-on upcycling III

7 Jan

Hello dear readers, and welcome to 2011 – or 20-a-luvin’ as I’m calling it. No, I’m not moving to New Zealand, it’s just a little reminder to focus on doing what I love this year.

To kick off again, I thought I’d finish showcasing the people and production processes of Conserve India. So far we’ve seen the design and sampling unit, production workshop and a little on the stockroom. Today we’ll see what goes into finalising products before they are shipped to overseas buyers.

The Conserve India crew pride themselves on delivering quality upcycled products, and the Quality Control Unit plays a fundamental role in making sure this happens. Conserve India Quality Control Unit

The QC team check for faults…

…and give each product a final clean…

…they’re a hard-working lot…

…and there’s just never any time for smiling or laughter…

…no, none at all…

…oh alright…maybe a little…

More to come soon,

Liz

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