GSPK Circuits Secures JOSCAR Defence Industry Accreditation


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GSPK Circuits Ltd, UK, has announced JOSCAR approval, JOSCAR is an accreditation system for the aerospace, defence and security sectors. The accreditation mark is valued by some of the largest purchasers in the Defence community and indicates that GSPK has been through the accreditation process and fulfilled the appropriate credentials.

JOSCAR is a cross-sector collaboration solution which reduces the time, cost and resources and duplication needed to provide information to major customers. A risk management tool that objectively assesses potential vendor risks, proportionally to products and services being provided and across areas of compliance. Holding common supplier data in a central system allows information to be accessed by all participating buying organisations.

“We are thrilled to achieve JOSCAR Approval, this assures our customers that the service we provide is of the highest quality and conforms to industry standards," said Steve Lloyd, managing director.

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