CIRCOR Aerospace Completes AS9100 Audit


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CIRCOR Aerospace Inc., a CIRCOR International company has been recommended for recertification to ISO 9001:2008 + AS9100 C by its registration partner SAI Global, after recently completing a recertification audit with resulting three minor non-conformances.

AS9100 is the internationally recognized Quality Management System standard specialized to the aerospace industry. "This achievement shows the CIRCOR Aerospace commitment to quality, customer satisfaction, and compliance. It confirms that the CIRCOR Business System and Continuous Improvement culture at CIRCOR Aerospace & Defence are on the right track," noted David Munro, CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense Corona Director of Quality. "Our team is very proud of this achievement because it demonstrates the effectiveness of our Quality Management System," added Munro.

"We would like to thank our Corona Quality Team and workforce for working hard to get to the next level. We are proud to be re-certified to the global standard and not only strive to remain compliant but to continually improve our processes," commented Corona General Manager Don Stinnett.

About CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense Group

CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense is focused on the design, development, and manufacture of specialty fluidic control, actuation, and electro-mechanical products for demanding aerospace and defense applications. CIRCOR Aerospace & Defense has business units located in California, New York; Paris and Chemillé, France; Uxbridge, UK; Tangier, Morocco and Suzhou, China. www.circoraerospace.com

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