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FSL aims for seventh consecutive SC21 Award at Farnborough

Posted 11 May 2018 · Add Comment

FSL Aerospace has announced that it is going for its seventh consecutive SC21 Bronze Award at the Farnborough International Airshow, aiming to become one of the first organisations in the UK to achieve this.



The specialist supplier of fasteners and fixings has an impressive 99.3% right first-time and 96.5% OTIF accuracy rate.

Farnborough is the most important event in FSL’s calendar. Over half its staff across the key functions of purchasing, sales and quality will represent the company over seven days and it has scheduled meetings with 41 suppliers and customers.

The company has embraced the SC21 improvement programme to drive continuous improvement throughout the organisation. It has helped the company achieve five years of continuous growth.

Carly Prickett, Managing Director of FSL Aerospace, said: “We are really looking forward to Farnborough and finding out if we have secured our seventh consecutive SC21 Award. It will be great to share this with some of our most important clients and suppliers, and we’re planning to see them there.”
 

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