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Kembrey Wiring Systems achieves aerospace quality standard

Posted 7 December 2011 · 1 Comment

Kembrey Wiring Systems Ltd (Kembrey), an international provider of electrical interconnect solutions to the aerospace, defence and security market, has announced that following a successful audit, have been recommended for accreditation to AS9100 Revision C and BS EN ISO 9001:2008 Certificate No: 928441.

Commenting on this success, Kembrey’s quality manager Adrian Woodridge said, "I am extremely proud that the company has achieved BS EN 9001 and AS9100 Revision C certification following an in depth audit at our first attempt. We are extremely grateful to our workforce for their on-going commitment to process improvement and in helping us achieve this objective. We have put a huge amount of effort into strengthening our systems, processes and procedures in order to provide our clients with the very best service possible.”


In summing up, the LRQA lead assessor commented: “Kembrey’s people were informed, polite and co-operative and all gave a good image for the company. The commitment demonstrated was excellent from senior management with evidence of its vision and mission statement and desire for only the best quality and delivery performance; through to the integrity, loyalty and professionalism of people building looms.”

Paul Wonnacott, Kembrey’s new Operations Director, added, “At Kembrey we are aiming for total excellence in performance, quality and delivery, the AS9100 Revision C certification demonstrates Kembrey is on the right path to achieving our long term goals.”

1 Comment for Kembrey Wiring Systems achieves aerospace quality standard

Muir Macdonald

posted 3 years ago

Well done all at Kembrey!

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