IFPL Awarded AS9100 Certificate


  • Further recognition of our Quality Management System

Isle of Wight, UK | August 8, 2016– IFPL are delighted to have achieved certification to AS9100C. This is a key stage in the develop- ment of IFPL and demonstrates that our Management Systems are mature and robust.

IFPL recognises that compliance with quality accreditations forms the foundations of their business success. Quality is in the DNA of the company culture, engaging employees to continually improve systems and products to benefit our customer satisfaction.

IFPL’s facility is based on the Isle of Wight, just off the south coast of the UK. The leadership team at IFPL ensures that the management system activities are carried out in accordance with the Quality Management System, the European Aviation Safety Agency requirements of EASA Part 21G and the newly awarded International Aerospace Standard AS9100C.
Quality, reliability, and safety are critical values for the aerospace industry. The BSI only award the certificate once their rigorous and stringent criteria has been met. Both of these certifications high- light IFPL’s commitment to meeting and exceeding the increasingly stringent industry requirements for aerospace related products and assures our manufacturing processes consistently meet or exceed the requirements and expectations of customers presenting the most challenging of applications.

IFPL’s Chief Operating Officer Tim Young commented, “Our AS9100 registration complements our EASA certification enabling aerospace OEM’s to engage with IFPL as a strategic partner in their safety critical supply chains, based not just on the proven performance of our products but on our commitment to managing delivered quality to the highest standards”.

“The entire team at IFPL was committed to seeing this standard met and certification achieved” said Mike Woodward, Quality Manager. “I am proud of how we all came together as a company and not only embraced the standard, but also fully committed to maintaining it for years to come”.

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