ISO 9001:2015 Certification and ITAR Registered
AME Quality Policy
Our Quality Policy is to achieve excellence by improving quality, customer satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and efficiency on a daily basis while maintaining competitive pricing and on-time delivery of our precision metal parts. We recognize our employees as Advanced Metal Etching’s most valuable asset, and by consistently improving and reviewing our quality standards of the photo etching process, our employees can harness the joy of commitment, follow-through, and excellence produced by their workmanship.
We provide 100% traceability from raw material stock to the final product. In addition to being ISO 9001:2015 Certified and ITAR Registered, we work closely with each customer to ensure we produce the parts according to exact specifications. Our employees are cross-trained in all phases of the metal etching production and multiple inspections take place throughout the entire process.
ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFICATION
- Our products and services are produced with consistent quality.
- Our products and services meet customer’s requirements and comply with internationally recognized standards.
- We meet our organization’s standards and strive for improvement.
The ISO 9001:2015 Standard is built on the following principles:
- Customer Focus
- Engagement of People
- Process Approval
- Evidence-based Decision Making.
- Relationship Management
More emphasis is placed on management assessing the input and output of processes. As a result, risk analysis is an important theme in our processes. Foreseeing challenges, and subsequently utilizing preventative measures will improve the quality of all our services and the industries we serve.
We are ITAR Registered which means that we follow all ITAR regulations as stated by the United States Government. International Traffic in Arms compliance requires manufacturers and suppliers of goods and services to register with the State Department’s DDTC (Directorate of Defense Trade Controls) to ensure products are within ITAR guidelines designed to protect U.S. national security likewise adhering to US Foreign policy concerning the handling of exports.