14 May 2008
14 May 2008
Quatro Composites has been awarded ISO 9001:2000 and AS9100:2004 Certification of Registration.
The certification signifies both of its facilities, located in Orange City, IA and Poway, CA, comply with all standards of the AS9100 quality management system.
""Receiving the AS9100 certification clearly demonstrates Quatro’s commitment to both commercial aerospace and non-aerospace customers since the standard focuses on critical areas important to all industries such as supply chain management and process control,” says Steve Roesner, President of Quatro. “We have a company commitment to continuously improve all business functions while providing innovative, technical products and responsive customer service to the composite industry.”
AS9100 is a set of requirements for quality management systems that include all ISO 9001:2000 requirements and expanded to address international aerospace requirements that are now approved by major aerospace companies around the world.
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