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Newbow Aerospace secures ISO 9001:2015 from NQA

Posted 7 September 2017 · Add Comment

Redditch based designer, manufacturer and supplier of ground support equipment to the aviation industry, Newbow Aerospace, has successfully migrated from ISO 9001:2008 to ISO 9001:2015 following an independent external audit by the global certification body NQA.

The recertification to ISO 9001:2015 means a new streamlined Quality Management Systems (QMS) is more suited to the requirements of the business, customers, suppliers and employees.


 
Garry Smith (above), Quality Manager for Newbow Aerospace said: “Whilst our QMS has always been robust, we implemented the major changes required to achieve ISO 9001:2015 and instigated a rigorous business wide review and examination of our quality systems.
 
“This certification demonstrates Newbow’s commitment to quality management systems and secures our position as an industry leading provider of ground support equipment and tooling to the civil and defense aviation industry.”
 
Newbow Aerospace, founded in 1964, are a leading design, manufacturer and supplier of aircraft ground support equipment and tooling for commercial and defence aviation worldwide.
 
Located in Redditch, UK, Newbow Aerospace offers a global strategic partner network covering sales and after sales services throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and USA.
 

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