Saturday, 17 August 2013

Patience in exchange for Progress: Getting an AS9120 certificate and other Certifications

The aerospace and aviation manufacturing may soon become more competitive, as machining companies like California Precision Machining and PEMMCO Manufacturing are looking to get into the business of aeronautics. Said companies are reported to be pursuing certificates that will allow them to supply airplane parts locally and internationally. As they are manufacturers and suppliers, they are registering for both AS9100C and ISO 9001:2008 certificates, and an AS9120 certificate to be able to distribute them. While some may say that getting all these certificates is a hassle and can hinder company progress, it is simply not the case. In fact, it will even help do so in terms of company reputation, as well as making sure that said company will not stray from international standards, as these certificates need to be renewed, meaning they will undergo assessment every few years to make sure everything is in top shape. A bit of patience goes a long way in securing your company's best intere

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