Shape Machining was recently awarded ISO9001 accreditation


By achieving ISO9001 accreditation Shape is demonstrating a continued and constant approach to business and quality improvement.

By achieving ISO9001 accreditation Shape Machining is demonstrating a continued and constant approach to business and quality improvement.

Shape’s customers benefit from the introduction of the ISO Quality Management System (QMS) with a continuously improving level of service. From the moment an enquiry is received to the delivery of a finished pattern or composite part, the process and experience for the customer is of vital importance to Shape.

Managing director Peter McCool commented: “I am extremely pleased with the team for all the hard work that has gone into ensuring that the processes and procedures we have developed for Shape have been approved to ISO9001.

“Operating within ISO9001 is more than just ensuring that the parts we manufacture are dimensionally correct. It is about ensuring that the whole experience for our customers is a quality experience. We are extremely focused on providing quotes quickly, that all our paperwork is correct, that customers are kept informed of progress and that all parts are manufactured on time.”

Accreditation to the ISO9001 QMS is a prerequisite requirement for supplying into many important industry sectors. Shape now hopes to expand more deeply into the automotive, aerospace and industrial sectors having attained this new level of quality approval.

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