Multilayer Technology Passes AS9100 Surveillance Audit


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Multilayer Technology (MLT), located in Irving, Texas has passed its AS9100C surveillance audits. The audit consisted of 2.5 days (20 hours) of intense auditing by our registrar. All departments were completely audited to ensure compliance to the AS9100C Certification. This audit marks the five-year anniversary that Multilayer Technology has maintained this highly prestigious certification.

Viny Mulani president of Multilayer offered the following, “The organization has continued to benefit in all 3 critical audit areas- Sales, Purchasing and Production.” The surveillance process is more than just an audit; it is an honest third-party evaluation of how our corporation functions on a daily basis and highlights areas for improvement that our internal audits may not disclose.”

Multilayer Technology utilizes internal IPC certified auditors to conduct all ongoing audits. The internal audit process always yields valuable insight into potential modification to our current processes and/or procedures however it is highly beneficial to have the 3rd party audit and allow us to make corrections to proactively avoid any potential impact on the customer product quality, performance and/or delivery.

The results of this audit turned out to be quite exceptional with the operations and purchasing departments receiving a rating of 3 and sales department with a rating of 4, the highest possible. This was no doubt due to the company's commitment to this process as well as the diligence of the quality department to maintain this certification.

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