11 September 2012
11 September 2012
Sigmatex is pleased to announce that its facilities in the UK and US have successfully achieved transition to the aerospace standard AS9100 revision C.
According to Sigmatex, this demonstrates their commitment to continually improve its business systems and be a world class supplier within the aerospace sector.
Sigmatex’s Quality Manager Steve Kelly commented “Achieving compliance to AS9100 revision C is a clear indication of the commitment by the whole team to ensuring that our business systems have the necessary controls built in. Beyond this, Sigmatex is built on a culture striving to continually improve its processes, alignment with the industry and regulatory requirements are essential to maintain Sigmatex’s global position within the aerospace supply chain”.
As a long term supplier into the Aerospace market, Sigmatex says it has vast experience and knowledge of the demanding requirements and the processes required to satisfy and adhere to stipulated controls. The AS9100 standard is only awarded to those companies that demonstrate their ability to consistently provide products that meet the customer and applicable regulatory requirements.
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