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Quality Management for Custom Cable Assembly

Hunter Cable Assembly is ISO 9001:2008 approved. This means that we have strong quality management systems in place to ensure the quality of our custom cable assembly products.


The ISO 9001:2008 sets the standards for quality management systems. Companies who are committed to meeting the highest standards of quality and service on behalf of their customers can choose to adopt these standards.


Custom Cable Assembly Quality Audits


Using standards such as ISO 9001:2008 benefits customers because it is a way of measuring the quality of service we are delivering. Holding ourselves to the standards means that we can ensure that the custom cable assembly service that we provide is of the very highest quality and that our services are constantly improving. In order to maintain ISO 9001:2008 standards, companies must perform regular internal audits of their quality management systems. This means that we are constantly reviewing our performance and looking to improve the service that we provide to customers.


Hunter Cable Assembly maintains the highest standards

Organisations that follow the guidelines of ISO 9001:2008 adhere to eight principles. These are:

  1. Customer focus
  2. Leadership
  3. Involvement of people
  4. Process approach
  5. System approach to management
  6. Continual improvement
  7. Factual approach to decision making
  8. Mutually beneficial supplier relationships

The first and most important of these is customer service. The ISO Quality Management guidelines state that:

‘Organisations depend on their customers and therefore should understand current and future customer needs, should meet customer requirements and strive to exceed customer expectations.’


At Hunter Cable Assembly we offer the highest possible standard of service to our customers. We strive to exceed customer expectations at all times.


Call us on 01189 325 120 or contact us by email at sales@hcal.co.uk
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