ARRK, 3D Printing Prototype and Composite Specialists, Receive Multiple Accreditations
With 60 years in the business of product development and integrated solutions, ARRK is no stranger to accolades and accreditations, as well as being highly experienced in bringing quality, value, delivery, and experienced project management to their clients.
Over the years, in accordance with their mission to grow and develop along with their client base, they now possess a fleet of 3D printing machines operating at various locations, offering services in the sectors of automotive, aerospace, and sports, as well as industries related to leisure and recreation.
With services in substantial areas requiring serious safety regulations, accreditations are certainly necessary for quality and environmental areas, and receiving those accreditations are signs of their dedication and commitment to quality. ARRK has just announced that they’ve recently received accreditations for :
- The Aerospace standard AS 9100 at its Nuneaton Composite Centre for the manufacture of aerospace components. With this accreditation, it means that the location is qualified for ‘manufacture of composite panels, assemblies and metals for the aerospace markets.’
- ISO TS 16949 standard at Petersfield Technical Centre (PTC)
- Earlier this year, ARRK was very pleased to receive the ISO 14001 certification at the Petersfield Technical Centre (PTC) also, as it is in a challenging area of conservation.
“It gives me great pleasure that we have been successful in achieving quality accreditation against the ISO TS 16949 standard at Petersfield Technical Centre and at Nuneaton Technical Centre,” Managing Director Royden Morgan commented. “This has been a significant undertaking and the achievement of our Quality team and employees at each of the sites in gaining these accreditations is one they are extremely proud of.”
Due to the excellent and substantial efforts put into promoting such results and achievements, ARRK is very proud of these accreditations announced at the end of a superb year.
“These awards are testament to the good work that they do to ensure our customers receive the very best products and services from ARRK. We look forward to 2015 with renewed enthusiasm and excitement as we look to work with and support many more customers, especially in the Aerospace and Automotive sectors,” added Morgan.
Founded in Osaka, Japan in 1948, ARRK has grown into a global presence as a parent company to other ARRK companies with offices worldwide. Strict quality management procedures have been a main focus for ARRK and has made them the strong company that they are today.
Their speciality is in composites and prototyping, putting an emphasis on team knowledge and experience, combined with the latest technologies to bring their customers the best experience possible. With 3D printing, they’ve been able to increase productivity while substantially reducing build times for customers.
Tell us what you think about these latest achievements for ARRK in the ARRK Receives Multiple Accreditations forum over at 3DPB.com.[Source: TCTMagazine.com]
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