Schiebel receives EN 9100 certification
Schiebel received the EN 9100 certification for quality management systems in the aviation, space and defence industry on 1 March.
Throughout the civil and military aerospace industry, the EN 9100 is the quality assurance standard in development, production and maintenance throughout the entire supply chain, ensuring that quality processes meet all requirements of customers and regulatory authorities.
The EN 9100 has been created by the AeroSpace and Defence Industries Association of Europe and is identical to the AS 9100 in North America and JISQ 9100 in Japan.
Hannes Hecher, CEO of Schiebel, said: ‘The aerospace industry operates in an extremely competitive and safety-focused environment. Quality management is a necessary and fundamental driving force for our business and achieving this certification demonstrates our commitment to excellence.’
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