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EireComposites Awarded EN/AS 9100 Accreditation

09 October 2006

EireComposites Teo. has been awarded EN/AS 9100 accreditation for design and manufacture of aerospace composite components.

EireComposites operates from a 3,500 sq. metre facility in Co. Galway, Ireland, formed in April 2006 from a merger of four composites companies: Irish Composites Ltd., Composites Testing Laboratory, PPA Teo. and Gaoth-Tec Teo.





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