A&M EDM has passed a stringent NADCAP audit for Non-Conventional Machining.
NADCAP is a global cooperative accreditation program for aerospace engineering.
Kevin Powell, A&M’s Quality Manager said: "A special thank you to all of those whom the auditor interacted with during the audit, you all came across very well. The facility looked good and he was impressed with our capabilities and the knowledge of the personnel he talked to.”
More investment to start 2020
Over the Christmas break we repainted and polished our Park Rose factory floor.
We also repainted the floor of our climate controlled metrology inspection room.
Merry Christmas to our customers, suppliers, partners and staff.
Best wishes for 2020 to everyone involved in UK manufacturing.
We close lunchtime 24th December and reopen on 2nd January.
2019 saw A&M focus on staff wellbeing at work.
Participation in the Cycle to Work day and the WMCA Thrive at Work and Time to Change supported mental & physical wellbeing.
We bid a fond farewell today to Brett Moore, who is moving to sunny Brisbane.
Brett was an apprentice with A&M passed his HNC this year. He was a former Make UK regional apprentice finalist and a talented spark EDM engineer.
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