ACT Aerospace receives Nadcap accreditation renewal

The renewal, for the qualified manufacturers list (QMO) for composites, extends Nadcap accreditation held since 2010.

Applied Composite Technology Aerospace (Gunnison, Utah) announced that it has received a Nadcap accreditation renewal for the Qualified Manufacturers List (QMO) for composites. The company has held this accreditation since February 2010. Nadcap is the leading, worldwide cooperative program of major companies designed to provide unbiased, independent manufacturing process and product assessments and certification services for the purpose of adding value, reducing total costs, and facilitating efficient relationships between companies and their suppliers.

“This renewal is a testament to our continued dedication and commitment to excellence in advanced composites manufacturing," says Jason Christensen, president of ACT Aerospace. “It complements our recent renewal of our certification to ISO 9001:2008 + AS9100C, as well as our focus on Lean and Six Sigma systems. With our current expansion of over 50,000 sq. ft. that will be complete in the late spring of this year, our facilities will consist of over 180,000 sq. ft. of high-technology manufacturing.”

Founded in 1984, ACT Aerospace is develops and produces affordable, advanced, composite products for the aerospace and defense industries. ACT specializes in design, FAA certification and high-volume production of monolithic and sandwich structures and assemblies using autoclave cure, resin transfer molding and other, highly efficient, lean manufacturing processes.

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