Season Group's Canadian Facility Obtains AS9100D Certification


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EMS provider Season Group recently obtained AS9100 revision D certification for its Canadian facility in Markham, Ontario – to add to the AS9100D approval already in place for its facilities in the UK, USA and Malaysia.

The transition to the revised standard and the previous investments at the site to achieve ISO13485 and IATF16949 certifications illustrates the company's commitment to its customers in the aerospace and defense industry.

"The successful upgrade of AS9100 to the latest Rev. D standard is another proof of our well established and effective quality management system within the Canadian organization. We strive to ensure that our continuous improvement in productivity, efficiency and high-class product quality will provide a service that surpasses our customer’s expectations," said Linda Young, general manager of the Canadian operations.

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