CDM Electronics has announced the Company received Nadcap (National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation) continued accreditation from the Performance Review Institute (PRI) for electronics.
“The achievement of Nadcap reaccreditation further certifies CDM’s ongoing efforts to supply the aerospace and defense industry with superior products and services, which meet and frequently surpass customer requirements and industry specifications,” said Mike Liccketto, Quality Systems Document Control Specialist at CDM Electronics. “This reaccreditation represents our continued commitment to the global aerospace and defense sectors. We are proud of our engineering and quality teams, along with our entire staff, who are dedicated to consistently improving the standards of our quality management system.”
Created in 1990 by SAE Inc., Nadcap is administered by the not-for-profit Performance Review Institute. PRI is a global provider of customer-focused solutions designed to improve process and product quality by adding value, reducing total cost and promoting collaboration among stakeholders in industries where safety and quality are shared goals. PRI works closely with industry to understand their emerging needs, offering customized solutions. Nadcap audits are a rigorous technical assessment of compliance to customer requirements and industry standards, conducted by industry experts. Ultimately, industry representatives make all key decisions regarding which processes require audits and which Suppliers receive Nadcap accreditation.
CDM’s interconnect products and engineered cable assemblies are widely employed by the world’s leading aerospace and defense companies. They are most commonly specified in mission-critical tactical communications systems, commercial and private aircraft avionic systems, commercial aircraft onboard entertainment systems, rotary wing aircraft avionics and onboard electronics, military aircraft avionics and fire control, as well as in space flight applications.