Majestic Industries wins IATF 16949 certification

Majestic Industries wins IATF 16949 certification

Automotive quality management system (QMS) certification is a key to working with major automakers.

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Macomb, Michigan – Tooling Tech Group’s Majestic Industries division has attained the Automotive Quality Management System (QMS) IATF 16949 certification for its production of metal stampings and stamping dies. Companies that receive this award have demonstrated the ability to establish and maintain processes and procedures that consistently result in the highest quality products.

An international standard, IATF 16949:2016 defines the requirements of a QMS for organizations in the automotive industry. Often a requirement to supply major automakers, it shows a company’s focus on customer satisfaction and improvement. IATF members include companies such as General Motors, Ford, FCA, Volkswagen, Daimler AF, BMW, and numerous vehicle manufacturer trade groups.

“Customer satisfaction has always been our core objective,” said Brad Miller, Majestic general manager “Attaining this certification recognizes this commitment to always delivering the highest quality dies and stampings with the best delivery times, putting us on par with larger suppliers.”

“We are extremely proud of the Majestic team for their achievement in this certification,” said Lee Childers, Tooling Tech Group CEO. “They are an excellent representation of the entire group’s dedication to maintaining the highest quality systems to ensure that we continually meet or exceed our customer’s expectations.”

Majestic Industries' Macomb, Mich., headquarters comprise 90,000ft2 with an additional 70,000ft2 of manufacturing space at a second Macomb facility, together housing five stamping presses. A provider of progressive dies and production stampings, the company has been providing services to the automotive industry since 1980. It was acquired by the Tooling Tech Group in 2015.

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