GA Innovation First Parts Redistribution Company to Achieve ASA-100 Accreditation in China

GA Innovation China, a joint venture between GA Telesis and Air China, announced that it successfully passed its audit by the Aviation Suppliers Association (ASA), and its quality system is accredited and able to operate to ASA-100, the most widely followed level of organizational and quality assurance certification standard available for aerospace companies worldwide.

Aviation Suppliers Association, and the 490 plus global members promote safety, regulatory compliance and ethical business practices among aviation parts suppliers and throughout the aviation community. Member companies include: distributors, suppliers, surplus sales organizations, repair stations, manufacturers, airlines, operators, and other companies that provide services to the aviation parts supply industry. ASA also interacts with and participates within working groups from agencies across six continents including the FAA, EASA, Transport Canada, CAAC, Australian CAAC, and many others. As a result of the group’s auditing capabilities, over 280 companies have received global accreditation to the ASA-100 Quality System Standard and FAA Advisory Circular 00-56 since 1996.

“As we continue our growth in mainland China and the Asia region ASA-100 reflects our commitment to excellence,” said Mark Atkeson, general manager of GA Innovation China. “Our ASA-100 in addition to our AS-9120 accreditation elevates us to a level of quality never seen in the Chinese market. We are driven to provide customers with the highest quality-level service and reliability in the industry.”

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