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NQA explains why there is opportunity in risk with the new ISO 9001:2005 standard.

NQA works with a number of customers throughout the world covering the aerospace, automotive, telecommunications, food safety and information technology industries.   NQA provides accredited certification, training and support services to help clients improve processes, performance, products and services. Having issued more than 43,000 certification to clients in more than 90 countries, NQA helps organizations perform better in terms of quality, the environment, energy, sustainability and health and safety management.

Manufacturing Today recently was able to connect with NQA and discuss the new ISO 9001:2015 standard and how it can help manufacturers prepare for the future.


Volume Graphics leads the industry with technological advancements in the CT software sector.

By Kat Zeman, Knighthouse Media

With a reputation for ground-breaking technological advancements in the CT software sector, Volume Graphics is once again leading the industry with new and innovative software applications.

The Heidelberg, Germany-based company specializes in the development of software for non-destructive testing based on industrial computed tomography (CT) data. It has a broad range of global customers from the automotive, aerospace and electronics industries that use its software for quality assurance in product development and production.


Mutual Mobile is helping manufacturers usher in a new digital transformation era.

By Kat Zeman

As a younger generation of manufacturing professionals prepares to take the reins, it brings forward new expectations for how facilities, sales teams and plants should operate.

It demands innovative methods of operation using smart devices that can talk to each other and produce real-time data. Using smart phones and living in smart homes, the new generation expects smart factories as well.

“IoT is a new but a very important element in manufacturing,” says Brooks Rhinehart, vice president of strategic accounts at Mutual Mobile, a global firm specializing in mobile development and digital innovation. “The new generation is moving in and asking ‘why don’t we have these types of systems in place?’ But some of these companies have developed processes that have been in place for 20 to 30 years and it’s incredibly difficult to get them to change.”


3DQue Systems Inc’s 3D printer automation technology will help clients reduce costs and their carbon footprint.

By Alan Dorich, Knighthouse Media

These days, companies use 3D printing more than ever to manufacture prototypes of plastic products. But when these firms decide to manufacture large volumes, they often turn to injection molding.

To get the best price, manufacturers often have to order large quantities resulting in having an overloaded inventory, increasing their costs of warehousing and risking obsolescence. But that is where 3DQue Systems Inc. can help. The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company is gearing up to offer new technologies that enable less costly, high-volume production of plastic parts in-house with 3D printers.


After three decades, TCC stands as a pioneer in the reusable plastic corrugated box category.

By Alan Dorich, Knighthouse Media

These days, companies are focused more than ever on being green in their operations, making it a good time for Technology Container Corp. (TCC) to be in business. Based in Desoto, Texas, the company supplies reusable plastic corrugated boxes, signboard to the Graphic Arts Industry and paper boxes to clients worldwide.

President Fred Dowd explains they identify clients who have a reusable distribution loop, where they can control and reuse TCC’s plastic boxes over and over again. These customers have an opportunity to drive costs down in a material way. Reusable plastic boxes provides them with a sustainable alternative to paper distribution boxes, which are simply not as durable.

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