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SHD Composite Materials Certified to the Aerospace Quality Standard AS9100rev C

23 February 2016

SHD Composite Materials Certified to the  Aerospace Quality Standard AS9100rev C

SHD Composite Materials has had its business management certified to the aerospace quality standard AS91000rev C.

SHD explains that this certification was only possible with the hard work and support of the whole team and is an integral part of the strategy that keeps it at the forefront of innovation, service and quality in the advanced composite materials market.

David Wakefield, SHD’s Quality Manager says, “This certification builds on our existing ISO 9001:2008 certification and takes our quality management system to the next level. It will not only open the door to new markets but, more importantly, provide a basis for process and product improvements leading to improved service and business sustainability.”

 


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