CMG Technologies receives ISO 9001:2015 certification

October 24, 2017

October 24, 2017

Metal Injection Moulding specialist CMG Technologies, Rendlesham, Suffolk, UK, has been awarded the newly revised ISO 9001:2015 certification for its Quality Management System.

Rachel Garrett, CMG Managing Director, stated, “Companies were given a three-year period in which to transition to the new standard, but we decided to apply for it as soon as possible because we want our customers to be assured that we are fully certified to the updated standard.”

“Changes introduced in the 2015 revision are intended to ensure that ISO 9001 continues to adapt to the different environments in which companies such as ourselves operate,” she continued, “and we are delighted that we are one of the first companies to be formally certified to the new standard due to the strength of our system and operation.”

CMG Technologies has been providing injection moulded components to the medical, aerospace, automotive and industrial sectors since the late 1990s. “Our team of senior engineers has more than twenty-five years of experience in developing MIM, enabling CMG Technologies to become technical leaders in our field as the UK’s leading MIM producer,” added Garrett, “and this certification means our customers can continue to be assured that we have this official stamp of approval for the way we manage our systems.”

Carla Whyte, Senior Client Propositions Manager at BSI, stated, “CMG Technologies should be delighted that they have achieved this certification, which will undoubtedly give assurance to stakeholders and customers that they are carrying out best practice in quality management. This certification also demonstrates that the team is focused on continually improving their products and services helping them to be more resilient.”

CMG Technologies collaborates with a number of industrial partners and universities to further expand its level of knowledge. Current projects include the development of new materials, integration of parts, miniaturisation, coring of parts and thin wall sections.


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