US-based manufacturing company AIM Aerospace has secured the AS9100 Rev D Quality Management Systems Certification following audit completion.

The certification affirms that the company’s three facilities in Renton, Sumner and Auburn comply with the new requirements of the AS9100 Rev D quality management system.

AS9100 certification has been developed specifically for the aircraft, space and defence industries to meet the stringent and unique demands of these industries.

“Receiving this certification is a testament to what AIM can achieve with clear leadership and accountability.”

The certification is a revised authorisation of the earlier AS9100 Rev C and includes multiple requirements to ensure that the companies follow robust and sustainable processes to provide quality products.

AIM Aerospace has already been awarded the Rev C certification.

AIM Aerospace CEO Daniele Cagnatel said: “Receiving this certification is a testament to what AIM can achieve with clear leadership and accountability. Being certified for ISO 9100D is not to be taken for granted and is crucial to our customers.

“The new emphasis on product safety, counterfeit parts, and human factors will make our systems even stronger while continuing to provide quality products and unparalleled customer support to our aerospace customers.”

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AIM Aerospace offers a range of services including design, analysis, prototyping and intelligent production of advanced composite products for aerospace and defence markets.

The company owns four facilities, including a research and technology centre.