Tekna’s powder manufacturing operations achieve AS9100 and ISO 9001 compliance

July 24, 2020

Tekna, a subsidiary of Arendals Fossekompani ASA with its headquarters in Sherbrooke, Canada, has announced that all of its powder manufacturing facilities are now in compliance with AS9100 and ISO 9001 quality management system requirements.

The announcement includes the company’s recently-certified plant in France, where its nickel-base superalloy powders are produced, as well as its Canadian plant, which produces titanium and aluminium powders and was certified in 2017.

“This certification reinforces our position as a major player offering personalised client approach in the market. We are delivering on our commitment: Powder on time, every time, everywhere,” stated Rémy Pontone, VP Sales & Marketing at Tekna.

“This milestone is a major achievement for Tekna on its mission to consistently deliver high quality plasma powders among the most regulated business segments in the world: aviation, space and defence,” added Luc Dionne, CEO at Tekna.

www.tekna.com 

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