MMS Thermal Processing receives Nadcap Accreditation


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Posted Online: Feb. 05, 2013, 10:47 am
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Press release submitted by MMS Thermal Processing


Nadcap recognizes MMS Thermal Processing, Davenport, for its commitment to continual improvement in aerospace quality

MMS Thermal Processing announces that it has received Nadcap accreditation for Heat Treating.

"This is a very exciting time for our organization. This achievement is the culmination of a great team effort here at MMS, but only marks a new beginning. MMS Thermal Processing is poised to become a major supplier in the aerospace industry, for many years to come."

-Chad Funderburk
Director of Business Development
MMS Thermal Processing, LLC.

MMS Thermal Processing received Nadcap accreditationfor demonstrating their ongoing commitment to quality by satisfying customer requirements and industry specifications.

"Achieving Nadcap accreditation is not easy: it is one of the ways in which the aerospace industry identifies those who excel at manufacturing quality product through superior special processes. Companies such as MMS Thermal Processing work hard to obtain this status and they should be justifiably proud of it," said Joe Pinto, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at the Performance Review Institute. "PRI is proud to support continual improvement in the aerospace industry by helping companies such as MMS Thermal Processingbe successful and we look forward to continuing to assist the industry moving forward."

About Nadcap
Created in 1990 by SAE Inc., Nadcap is administered by the not-for-profit Performance Review Institute. PRI exists to advance the interests of the mobility and related industries through development of performance standards and administration of quality assurance, accreditation, and certification programs as well as related activities for the benefit of industry, government, and the general public. PRI works closely with industry to understand their emerging needs and offers customized solutions in response. Learn more at www.pri-network.org or contact PRI at PRINadcap@sae.org






















 



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