M1 Composites Technology achieves MACH 5 certification
M1 Composites becomes the second company to reach MACH 5, and the first independent Canadian Small/Medium Enterprise (SME).
MONTREAL — The AeroMontreal MACH Initiative is an aerospace supplier development program, which aims to foster collaboration and innovation within the supply chain, and improve the performance and competitiveness of suppliers. The MACH Excellence Framework is a common methodological approach that was developed to improve the mastery of key business processes at suppliers, in order to achieve excellence in terms of leadership, operational excellence, workforce planning and development.
M1 Composites becomes the second company to reach MACH 5, and the first independent Canadian Small/Medium Enterprise (SME). M1 was able to quickly achieve MACH 5 due to Air Canada’s mentorship. Calin Rovinescu’s vision and leadership, along with Richard Steer, Michael Rousseau, and the management team at Air Canada, helped achieve the certification.
“It’s an accomplishment that makes me proud of my team. Congratulations to the whole team for their hard work and dedication, it is a great success to start the new year. Having the flexibility to quickly become a strategic supplier, while maintaining international standards of quality, continuous improvement and service is the key to our success. MACH 5 solidifies our base for continued growth,” said Lorenzo Marandola, President – M1 Composites.