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Advanex Czech Republic achieves ISO Certification

Advanex are delighted to announce the ISO certification of the new purpose-built manufacturing site in the Czech Republic. 

The 7,300mfactory, located in Prague, Horní Počernice, comes as part of Advanex’s ambitious growth plans in Europe. Having now been accredited to ISO 9001:2015 for Quality Management, the new facility is positioned to begin production for the automotive & medical sectors in Q4 of 2020. 

Here is a socially distanced photo of some of our team at our new facility with our new certification:

In addition, the plant has also been granted ISO 14001:2015 accreditation for Environmental Management, highlighting the Advanex group’s commitment to sustainable manufacturing practices. 

The new factory will be producing precision metal components for supply into a number of industries. Following these ISO 9001 & 14001 certificates, Advanex Czech Republic aims to achieve and maintain specific accreditations for supply into automotive and medical markets. 

The new site, located around 45 minutes from Prague airport, has two floors of office and welfare space and will have state-of-the-art machinery and fully integrated production lines. 

Ian Beardsmore, Managing Director of Advanex Europe, stated: “We are extremely proud to be moving forwards with our new facility as part of our global strategy to continue to grow Advanex, and even more so during the current climate. Achieving these ISO accreditations is another great milestone in the journey of our new facility in the Czech Republic. 

Having this new factory in Prague offers us, and by extension our customers, a good Central European location for supply routes across the continent along with strong local economy and a highly skilled labour force, creating a platform to develop our business within mainland Europe.” 

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