AIM Aerospace receives Nadcap Merit Status for composites

The company  has earned Nadcap Merit Status at their Orange City, Iowa facility, for AC7118 composites processing.

Earning Merit Status for Nadcap accreditation is a proof of AIM Aerospace’s commitment to quality, demonstrating the company’s proficiency in the processing of structural carbon fiber composites for its key aerospace customers.

Frank Sloup, Director of Quality Assurance at AIM Aerospace, states: “This achievement required the intense focus of our quality and technical staff, as well as the commitment of our shift leaders and operators to understand the strict demands of the Nadcap accredited system. It brought AIM Aerospace employees closer together to prepare for the audit and maintain their contribution to processing standards year-round.”

The Orange City, IA facility has held Nadcap accreditation since 2008. Having demonstrated ongoing commitment to quality by satisfying customer requirements and industry specifications, the Nadcap composites group determined that AIM Aerospace earned Merit Status.

“Achieving and maintain Nadcap accreditation is not an easy task; it is one way the aerospace industry identifies those companies that excel at manufacturing quality products through these processes. I am proud of our team for their focus on processing excellence on a daily basis.” added Frank Sloup. 

Industries: Aerospace

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This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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