GS Yuasa Lithium Power, announced the certification of its quality systems to both ISO9001 and AS9100 by Det Norske Veritas Certification, Inc. The certification demonstrates GS Yuasa’s commitment to maintain the highest standards of quality and to exceed customer expectations in all aspects of business operations.
“We are very pleased to have earned the AS9100 certification,” said Carla Adams, Manager of Quality. “It demonstrates GYLP’s commitment to promoting consistent business practices and empowering our employees to implement solutions that will strengthen our core processes – Sales, Engineering, Quality, and Manufacturing. AS9100 provides GYLP with a competitive advantage that will allow us to expand our presence into demanding aerospace and military markets requiring a robust quality management system with disciplined conformance, compliance and continuous improvement practices. I applaud our team for the commitment and hard work required to achieve this important milestone.”
GS Yuasa is currently manufacturing lithium ion batteries for aerospace, defense, and industrial applications, and, while having an aerospace level quality system in place for several years, has now formally achieved certification.
Company president William Moll added, “This certification follows the long term corporate philosophy of GS Yuasa to maintain the highest standards and always surpass our customers’ expectations. GS Yuasa Lithium Power has built a world-class quality system to make sure that we stay focused on what is important to our customers: products and services that solve problems rather than add to them.”
GS Yuasa is one of the world’s leading battery manufacturers for automotive, telecom, and industrial applications and has produced commercial lead acid batteries for more than one hundred years. GS Yuasa manufactures a variety of specialty battery technologies, among them Lithium-ion, Nickel-Metal Hydride, Thermal batteries and Silver Zinc.
GS Yuasa Lithium Power, Inc. is the United States subsidiary of GS Yuasa focused on large format lithium ion battery system manufacturing for US customers. Primary products are lithium-ion battery systems for aerospace, defense, commercial, and industrial applications.