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Advanced Engineering 2018

Vermont Composites Gains Nadcap Accreditation

17 July 2008

Vermont Composites has gained Nadcap Accreditation for Composites, AC7118, Rev. A, which includes prepreg/adhesive bonding, metal bonding and core processing.

Jim Sharkey, General Manager of Vermont Composites, Inc., states, “Our Nadcap accreditation is an important milestone for Vermont Composites. Nadcap, along with our ISO 9001 and AS9100 certifications, provides a significant pre-qualification status to attract and retain customers in the aerospace and defense sectors.”

Nadcap is a cooperative industry effort to improve quality, while reducing costs, for quality assurance throughout the aerospace and defense industries.






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