ATI often exceeds the stringent standards of quality assurance and product
reliability. With strict adherence to Quality Assurance Manual regulations, ATI
- Regular internal and third-party audits
- Use of EASA/FAA approved repair stations for repairs and overhauls
- Adherence to material traceability requirements
- FAA/Designated Airworthiness Representative is available for on-site
inspections and issuance of 8130-3
- ISO 9001:2015 certified
- AS9120B Certified ANAB certified
- Terms and Conditions
TO: External Providers (includes external providers, vendors, service providers, etc.)
Aerospace Technologies International, Inc., (ATI) tracks external provider (supplier) performance based upon quality, delivery, and provision of required certificates/test reports, as applicable, and maintains supplier data accordingly. If external providers fail to meet ATIís requirements for quality, delivery, and terms and conditions (including those stated herein), ATI personnel will resolve such issues using means appropriate to the nature and severity of problems encountered. Resolution may involve correction, corrective action, or disqualification of external providers from future use.
To become and remain an external provider to ATI, please read, and accept the following ATI external provider requirements, applicable until further notice:
a) External providers must implement a quality management system if ATI deems necessary.
b) External providers must use customer-designated or approved external providers, including process sources (e.g., special processes);
c) External providers are required to notify ATI of nonconforming processes, products, or services, and obtain approval for their disposition.
d) External providers must prevent the use of suspected unapproved, unapproved, and counterfeit parts.
e) External providers are required to notify ATI of changes to processes, products, or services, including changes of their external providers, or location of manufacture.
f) External providers are required to flow down to external providers applicable requirements including ATIís customer requirements.
g) External providers are required to provide a certificate of conformity, test reports, or authorized release certificate, as applicable
h) External providers are required to maintain documented information (records) for a minimum retention period 5 years. Once the retention period has passed, hard copy records must be commercially shredded and electronic records must be deleted from active systems and electronic back-up storage.
i) External providers are required to provide right of access by ATIís management, ATIís customers, and regulatory authorities to the applicable areas of facilities, and to all applicable documented information, at any level of the supply chain.
j) External providers are to ensure that persons are aware of:
a. their contribution to product or service conformity;
b. their contribution to product safety;
c. the importance of ethical behavior.
The above terms and requirements pertain to each ATI Purchase Order or purchasing contract; acknowledgement and acceptance of the above terms and requirements will be evidenced by the external providersí acceptance of ATIís Purchase Order or purchasing contract.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.