Aerospace design, manufacturing, and distribution company, Aerometals has announced the addition of the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program
(Nadcap) for chemical processing to its extensive list of approvals and authorizations for systems improvement, quality control, and process streamlining.
Nadcap is an industry-managed approach to conformity assessment of special processes that brings together technical experts from prime contractors, suppliers, and representatives from government with a common goal to standardize quality assurance. The stringency of Nadcap Accreditation ensures Aerometals is on the leading edge of industry consensus standards and requires constant attention to process improvement. For Aerometals, this means maximizing productivity and quality. For Aerometals’ customers, it means peace of mind.
Aerometals company CEO and president, Ms. Lorie Symon commented, “The Nadcap Accreditation is the result of an extensive review and performance audit to ensure that we meet the highest industry standards. I’m extremely proud of all of our employees that have again set a new standard for our customers around the world.”
The exhaustive audit criteria for Nadcap means accreditations are awarded to only the finest aerospace manufacturing companies in the global aerospace chain. Aerometals will immediately apply this accreditation with the goal of seeking additional Nadcap accreditation(s) for other industry and manufacturing processes.
Based in a suburb of Sacramento, California, Aerometals headquarters include a 150,000 square foot manufacturing and production campus with over 160 highly skilled employees. Aerometals is a civil, commercial and military aerospace manufacturer offering PMA parts and components, engineering, testing, precision assembly, obsolescence recovery and support.