Mayor Fraser Agnew recently visited Mallusk-based electrical and manufacturing business CMASS to congratulate the firm on achieving ISO9001 certification for the quality of its management systems.
The current CMASS manufacturing team was first established in 2002 after two decades of team experience with Nortel’s global manufacturing hub in Monkstown.
CMASS, which now employs more than 20 people, continues to manufacture and integrate telecoms hardware and software, whilst diversifying into sectors including power, defence and aerospace.
The company aims to help customers with cost reduction by providing a competitive variable cost model which helps reduce costs when it matters most. The flexibility provided means CMASS can quickly accommodate new orders and their customers are not tied to long-term contracts.
Alderman Agnew commented: “It is wonderful to meet a local manufacturer with such drive and potential.”
“CMASS are already manufacturing for global and local customers in the telecoms, power and defence sectors, dispatching to Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, North America and here in Northern Ireland.”
Managing Director of CMASS, Barry Mulhern, added: “We are immensely proud that our commitment to a process-driven operation and Quality Management System has been formally recognised. Being ISO9001 certified will help strengthen our position as a local provider of manufacturing solutions, helping global customers overcome production challenges. It will be a benefit in particular to our customers, who can be assured of consistently high quality service in the fulfilment of their systems integration, cables assembly, box-build, software and complex manufacturing orders.”
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