Linden, NJ — May 12, 2016 - General Magnaplate is proud to announce Nadcap reaccreditation for the production of engineered coatings at its New Jersey facility. In addition, the Company’s Texas facility is currently undergoing the Nadcap approval process. The Nadcap program is designed to ensure the competency, capability and consistency of companies performing ‘special manufacturing processes’.
“We are delighted to announce our Nadcap reaccreditation because the quality of our process is a key differentiator for our customers across all of the industries we serve,” reports Fred Mueller, Corporate Quality and Safety Manager at General Magnaplate. “In addition to the reaccreditation Nadcap has also increased the time between audits to every eighteen months, from the typical twelve months, proof that we are exceeding compliance and reaching the highest possible quality standards.”
Nadcap is the leading worldwide cooperative program of major companies designed to manage a cost-effective consensus approach to special processes and products and provide continual improvement within the aerospace industry. Its mission is to provide international, unbiased, independent manufacturing process and product assessments and certification services for the purpose of adding value, reducing total cost, and facilitating relationships between subscribers and suppliers.
About General Magnaplate
General Magnaplate’s engineered coatings transform low-performance, plentiful and inexpensive metals into corrosion-resistant, chemical-resistant, super-hard, dry-lubricated products that last longer, are more cost-efficient, and perform faster. General Magnaplate is ISO 9001: 2008 certified, NADCAP accredited, and has been designated a "Star Site" by the US Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). In addition, many of its coatings are both FDA and USDA compliant.