AS/EN/JISQ 9100 and 9120 Revision C, Aerospace Quality Management standard
BTL Machine and the recent transition to the certification for the AS/EN/JISQ 9100 (AS9100) Revision C Quality Systems standard for Aerospace is now current to our management system standard based on ISO 9001:2008.
The revised AS9100 and AS9120 Rev. C standards were released in April 06, 2012 and will managed by a robust management systems that cover other operations such Quality in Manufacturing, Design, Development, Production, Assemblies and Purchasing, Validation, and Shipping
Benefits of Certification
BTL Machine certification will meet most of government and customer requirements, and will allow improving our performance through excellence in management practices, tracking and communicating our internal and external progress and working with independent auditors to ensure our compliance to the Quality Systems standard building performance goals and reporting progress to our customers.
BTL Machine full commitment to the new Standard and the benefits of AS9100 certification is:
- Increased customer satisfaction
- Ongoing operational improvements that cut waste and reduce costs
- Fewer errors and lower return rates
- Greater productivity and improved performance
- Simplified documentation
- Greater audit and surveillance efficiency
- Greater access to new markets
- Meets requirements for suppliers of the major aerospace manufacturers, such Boeing IDS, Long Beach, Macon, Bell Helicopter, Lockheed Palmdale, Lockheed Forth Worth, Lockheed Sunnyvale, Spirit Aerospace, Kaman Aerospace, Joint LMS S Navy, Northrop, Goodrich Aero structures, IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries)
- Products meet high standards
- Sales and transactions go more smoothly because of BTL reputation and performance has
Acceptance of AS9100
BTL Machine awareness to the AS9100 has been endorsed and embraced by our entire management team and understand the possibility to perform business in various other sectors of manufacturing such the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as well as Boeing, Bell Helicopter, Lockheed Palmdale, Lockheed Forth Worth, Lockheed Sunnyvale, Spirit Aerospace, Kaman Aerospace, Joint LMS S Navy, Northrop, Goodrich Aero structures, IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries) and Hamilton/Sundstrand, as well as many others.