Posted April 27, 2009

Bodycote Awarded Nadcap Accrediation

Kitchener - Bodycote’s Kitchener facility, part of the Heat Treatment North American division, has been awarded Nadcap accreditation to AC7102 for Aerospace Heat Treating services. 

General Manager Gary Prattis, and Quality Manager Louise Lalonde were the driving force behind this very prestigious achievement.  This was accomplished with Kitcheners’ loyal and dedicated staff who have supported and complied with the higher level of professionalism required of them. 

The Kitchener plant already carries TS16949, AS 9100 approvals for heat treatments and EMS 14001 for environmental as well as various customer approvals.

This is another significant development by Bodycote and a reflection of the companies' commitment to keeping abreast of technical, commercial and quality initiatives in the aerospace, defense, nuclear and other important market sectors, it further underlines Bodycote’s commitment to provide a high quality heat treatment service for aerospace components in Canada.

Bodycote, operates more than 190 facilities in 28 countries. The Group’s strategic business units provide heat treatments, hot isostatic pressing and engineered coatings to a wide range of industries including automotive, aerospace, power generation, oil and gas, military, nuclear, petrochemical, agricultural and consumer product.

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