We are ISO 9001 Certified
What does it mean to be ISO 9001 certified?
ISO 9001 is defined as the international standard that specifies requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Organizations use the standard to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
To ensure ease of manufacturing, consistent quality and customer satisfaction, we work closely with our clients in product development and tooling design.
Process control & safety
We use a range of manufacturing processes to create products for our clients. These include traditional open and closed moulding processes. We are also Australia’s biggest user and distributor of reusable silicone vacuum bagging technologies. Our work is carried out in a well ventilated, dust-free environment and when required in climate-controlled conditions.
Material and product processing throughout the factory is carefully analysed to ensure efficient and smooth production flow with clearly defined quality checks points.
Our manufacturing facility has been voted to be “the cleanest in the industry” by the local city council authority. We take pride in ensuring a clean and safe working environment. Materials are used with minimal waste and we are implementing good environmental practices.
Our investment with smarter, greener moulding systems means we can offer competitive rates for composite parts manufactured in volumes. We only use processes in production that ensure the highest quality components are delivered to our customers.
Marky Industries achieved a Q1 status with the Ford Motor Company and was the sole supplier of the composite parts prior to Ford Truck closure in Australia. Marky Industries supplied in excess of 100,000 parts in that time including bonnets, dashes, fan shrouds and fenders. Our Q1 status allowed us to be a worldwide supplier of composites within the industry.
Work instructions and quality checks
We have an extensive system of work instructions integrating a written and visual format to our in-house manufacturing processes. Thus ensuring that all steps of manufacture are covered and explained.
Quality checks are used extensively at various stages through the manufacturing process beginning with a quality check of incoming goods, checking products at pivotal stages of production and finishing with final checks for outgoing goods.
Project and production progress tracking
Production management needs are met with the extensive use of project planning software developing relevant schedules to track progress and resource usage. This is complemented with a carefully managed production flow throughout the factory.