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Nasmyth CE attains JOSCAR accreditation

Posted 28 May 2020 · Add Comment

Nasmyth CE, a Trading Company of Nasmyth Technologies Ltd, has achieved JOSCAR Accreditation.



JOSCAR (the Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register) is a collaborative tool used by the aerospace, defence and security industry to act as a single repository for pre-qualification and compliance information.

Nasmyth CE has a rich pedigree of over 60 years of providing precision and heavy-duty fabrications, assembly, repair and maintenance solutions to the defence, space, aerospace, nuclear, rail and marine sectors.

For the defence markets, Nasmyth CE manufactures a wide range of applications for global military programmes. Integrating cutting-edge manufacturing technology with its specialist knowledge and skills, Nasmyth is relied upon to deliver comprehensive, world-class engineering solutions to the defence and allied markets. The key skills it offers include small to large sheet metal and fabrication, machining, mechanical/electronic and electro-mechanical assembly, test, composites, hydraulic and pneumatics.

Working with a variety of materials including aluminium alloys, carbon and stainless steels, titanium and armoured steels, Nasmyth CE specialises in the manufacture of Make-to-Print fabrications and assemblies.

Nav Sandhu, Head of Programme and Project Management at Nasmyth Group, commented: “Nasmyth CE is pleased to become fully registered on the JOSCAR supplier accreditation register.  JOSCAR helps to reduce time and cost associated with pre-qualification, assurance and ongoing compliance. It demonstrates internationally the efficacy of UK suppliers and supply chains.”

 

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