DEKRA Certifies CNC Manufacturing to ISO 9001:2008

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DEKRA certifies CNC Manufacturing to ISO 9001:2008

MTI Dental DEKRA 9001-2008 Green and WhiteNorth Wales, PA, November 17, 2015 – DEKRA Certification, Inc. today announced that it has certified CNC Manufacturing’s management system for their Coatesville, PA location to ISO 9001:2008.  The facility and certification also includes sister organizations: CNC Technology &  MTI Dental.  CNC Manufacturing provides machining and assembly services for the production of high quality precision products.  MTI Precision Products, LLC designs and manufactures air powered high and low speed dental hand pieces and related attachments.

“We congratulate CNC Manufacturing and their sister companies in achieving their goal of 3rd party certification to the world’s most recognized standard,” said Dr. Cem O. Onus, Managing Director of Business Assurance for DEKRA Certification, Inc.

The ISO 9001:2008 standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the role of top management, the process approach, and continual improvement. The standard provides guidance and tools for companies and organizations that want to ensure that their products and services consistently meet customers’ requirements, and that quality is continually improved.

“The entire CNC Manufacturing team takes great pride in this accomplishment. Our leadership approach empowers team members at all levels to embrace quality, innovation, and accountability for the success of each and every customer project. Our customer-centric approach involves extensive Statistical Process Control (SPC) procedures used throughout every aspect of the manufacturing process. As we celebrate our DEKRA ISO 9001:2008 Certification, I thank my team for their continued dedication and attention to details that have made CNC Manufacturing a global leader in the industry,” said Tom Walser, President of CNC Manufacturing, Inc.

CNC Manufacturing joins other Pennsylvania companies such as American Cable Company, Big B Manufacturing, Communication Test Designs, Dechert Dynamics Corporation, Fibermark, Heucotech LTD, K-Fab Inc., Pulse Technologies, Reed Technology & Information Services Inc., Saint-Gobain Abrasives, Seal Science, and many others certified to ISO 9001 by DEKRA Certification Inc.


About DEKRA Certification, Inc.

DEKRA Certification, Inc. (DCI) is a U.S. based accredited Certification Body for international management systems.  The company is part of the global footprint of DEKRA Certification Group headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany.  DEKRA is a multi-accredited certification body covering all management system business line activities for North America, with a global service capacity.  DEKRA offers services for ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environment), ISO 22301 (Business Continuity), SEP (Superior Energy Performance), ISO 50001 (energy management), ISO 27001 (Information Security) and other certifications. DCI’s Business Assurance group provides customized assessments in such areas as Sustainability, Energy Performance, Responsible Supply Chain, and Value Chain Risk, and many other areas.  DEKRA works with companies to utilize standards for greater productivity, reduced waste, larger profits, an enhanced customer experience and the growth of a continuous improvement culture.  DEKRA’s experienced professionals have extensive knowledge of management system standards and a proven track record of success to help achieve the goals of any organization.  For more information visit



DEKRA SE is one of the world’s leading expert organizations and currently runs activities in more than 50 countries on all five continents. About 35,000 employees are committed to ensuring long-term safety, quality and environmental protection. The DEKRA Business Units “Automotive”, “Industrial” and “Personnel” provide professional and innovative services in the fields of vehicle inspection, expertise, claims services, system certification, product testing & certification, industrial & construction inspection, consulting, qualification and temporary work. In 2014, DEKRA generated sales totaling approximately 2.5 billion Euros.


About CNC Manufacturing, Inc.

CNC Manufacturing is an industry leading expert in the precision machining of performance critical parts in diverse industries, including dental, defense, and aerospace. The 37,000 sq ft facility in Coatesville, PA features some of the industry’s most technologically advanced machining and quality control equipment, enabling CNC Manufacturing to deliver precise parts within the tightest of tolerances. Strict Statistical Process Control (SPC) procedures further ensure the highest quality results, which when combined with streamlined project management expertise, have earned CNC Manufacturing (including sister companies: CNC Technology &  MTI Dental) the coveted DEKRA ISO 9001:2008 certification. CNC Manufacturing celebrates the diversity and expertise of its team members, and proudly employs several armed services veterans. The innovative culture at CNC Manufacturing empowers the team to consistently excel in product quality, reliability, and customer service experience.

Daily Local News: CNC Manufacturing Moves to South Coatesville, PA

Daily Local News: CNC Manufacturing Moves to South Coatesville, PA

Article Originally Posted on 11/14/2013 by Bill Rettew Jr. of

SOUTH COATESVILLE— A rapidly expanding precision machine shop pulled up its stakes and moved to the borough.

Citing a 20 percent increase in employee hires for 2013 and a 10 to 20 percent estimated increase of workers for 2014, CNC Manufacturing President Tom Walser said he simply needed more room, at the right price.

In business for 16 years, CNC relocated from West Chester, and more recently from the second of two leased locations in Kennett Square.

Walser conducted a countywide search and settled on South Coatesville for purchase of the shop’s new home of 35 employees. He said there were few places available for sale in the county.

By purchasing the 37,000-square-foot former wood shop structure in South Coatesville, CNC’s shop workspace doubled in size.

“I got a lot more building for my dollars,” Walser said. “There was nothing for sale that was reasonably large and at a price point I could consider.”

Walser said he has already hired locally from a strong pool of workers and applicants show every day seeking good-paying jobs.

“I expect a resurgence in South Coatesville and Coatesville,” said the president. “We’re focusing on hiring locals.”

South Coatesville Councilwoman Terry Bruno said she is excited to welcome CNC to the borough and anticipates attracting many more new business partners.

“Our working hand-in-hand with the Chester County Economic Development Council in finding CNC Manufacturing was a key piece in making sure that Comprehensive Plan and Revitalization study of 2010 did not just sit on the shelf,” Bruno said. “Our plans promote many more businesses coming to our borough, especially with the planned revitalization of South First Avenue.”

With 130 customers, the international business ships precision parts for several industries, including medical, aerospace, electronics and the military. Precision CNC metal and plastic parts made in South Coatesville ship around the world to Mexico, Asia and Canada.

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Excerpt from “Process Management Thanks to Inventory Control,” by (May 22, 2013)

“You name it, CNC Manufacturing studied it: a thorough evaluation of its various production processes – and a tool management and dispensing system — made the shop more efficient and competitive…” — Robert Brooks of

At any given time, on any given work day, Edward (Sonny) Prince serves as a true jack-of-all-trades in his primary role as operations director for CNC Manufacturing Inc. in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. “I might be doing machine set-ups, then programming, maintenance, overall process improvement, inventory management, operator training … back to set-ups … you name it,” claims Prince.

am0520mscindustrialcnc1Such a diverse skill-set actually helped Prince to conduct (at the direction of CNC Manufacturing president Tom Walser) a thorough and effective evaluation of all CNC part-production steps. It was an aggressive approach by the company to eliminate costly process redundancies – and to control and standardize every step of its manufacturing operations, even while continuing to make its most complex products.

“Our plan was simple,” Walser began.  “In 2009, at the height of the recession, we decided to be proactive, to closely investigate every single action we were undertaking related to every different thing we were making, particularly in regard to inspections and inventory control.  Our goals:  Lower our costs, (and) become far more efficient … which, most important, it would make us 100% better at competing once the economy improved.  I can safely say our ‘corrective’ actions back then made us the successful company we are today.”

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