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Synergy Composites Receive Lloyd’s Approval

16 July 2010

Synergy Composites, the advanced composite manufacturer based in Altham, Lancashire, has been audited and approved to ISO9001:2008 Quality Management Standards by the Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) organisation.

The Quality Management System is applicable to the development and manufacture of advanced composite components in accordance with the client requirements.

Synergy is also setting its sights firmly on AS9100 and TS16949 accreditations, the quality management standard specifically written for the aerospace and automotive industries respectively. During this phase, the company are inviting potential customers to identify their own unique requirements, thus ensuring efficient customer accreditation thereafter.





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