22 July 2014
22 July 2014
GTR has been awarded AS9100C & BS EN ISO 9001:2008 Certification.
The company states this certification signifies GTR’s commitment to supply chain management and process, for supplying aerospace and non-aerospace clients. As GTR recognisethe standard ensures focus on continuous improvement and quality control systems.
GTR’s Commercial Director Jamie Keogh commented “This is a milestone achievement for the company; we have been very focused on gaining AS9100 approval, to receive it from NQA in time for the Farnborough International Airshow is fantastic, especially as we have a stand for the first time at the show. To be accredited going onto a Global stage, where we can be considered for manufacture of all composite components is tremendously exciting. GTR are known for their ability to react, our innovation and technical ability and look forward to taking this approach to new partnerships within aerospace.”
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