Manufacturing plastic injection moulded parts at Labone-Castleside has to date always taken the same route;
– Establish the moulding process
– Confirm part quality and capability to the customer specifications
– Run batches of parts unloaded by 3 axis robots using a pick-and-place process
– Delivering these to operators at the end of a conveyor and assembly processes.
As part of the continuous improvement programme, Labone Castleside Limited are delighted to report that seven members of staff have taken part in recent internal auditors course and passed with flying colours.
The course was taken as the companies transitions to the new IATF16949 2016 standard. This is part of the automotive quality management system (QMS) standard and based on ISO 9001. It is recommended by BSI and the automotive industry as a whole, that all organizations currently certified to ISO/TS16949:2009 will need to have successfully upgraded to the new standard by 14th September 2018. (more…)
Labone Castleside have been in the news again after The car parts maker is looking to grow its turnover after demand for its services from Nissan and Jaguar Land Rover increase.
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