MONTREAL, April 3, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - M1 Composites Technology Inc. (M1) has achieved ISO 9001 and AS9100 quality accreditations for its advanced composites repair facility and manufacturing plant in Laval, Quebec. In addition, M1 has secured Canadian Controlled Goods (CGP) approval and Transport Canada certification as a composites repair facility.

The state-of-the-art operation is designed to provide rapid turnaround for repair of damaged commercial and military aircraft components. In addition, M1 offers composites manufacturing capability. The 24,000 square foot facility features a certified cleanroom, large curing oven, paint finishing operation as well as a full cadre of repair and manufacturing equipment. M1 is rapidly expanding its aircraft composites repair throughput and developing enhanced composites manufacturing capabilities, serving both the commercial and defense markets.

"Our highly experienced team has done a remarkable job in developing the facility operations to receive these quality accreditations and government certifications in such a short timeframe", said Lorenzo Marandola, M1 President. "The key factor in achieving these rapid approvals was ensuring the facility was built to the highest standards and that initial implementation of operational standards exceeded quality approval requirements."

M1 is a world class company specializing in composite and sheet metal aerostructures. Our mission statement centers around the design, manufacture and repair of complex structures for commercial and military aircraft.

To learn more about M1, please visit our booth #2903 at the upcoming MRO Americas Conference being held between the 8th to the 10th of April at the Phoenix Convention Centre (Phoenix, Arizona). We also invite you to attend the Advanced Material Repair Technologies Conference on Tuesday April 8, 2014 at 11:45 where M1 Composites President, Lorenzo Marandola will be a guest speaker.

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