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Automotive Quality Management System Certification

Improve automotive quality, process and marketability

About Automotive Quality Management Systems Certification

An automotive quality management system is a collection of procedures that define how an automotive manufacturer develops and manages products. Key aspects of a typical automotive quality management system include quality and continuous improvement.

Automotive Management SystemDemonstrating a commitment to a group of policies and procedures around automotive management is vital to meeting applicable requirements, be they safety, quality regulatory or customer in orientation. Additionally, an effective automotive management system helps identify risks or other weak points and therefore boosts efficiency.

Abiding by procedures, such as those defined by IATF 16949, can also help the organization enter new markets. Other important systems set by the ISO include:

TÜV SÜD America has over 100 years of experience in the automotive industry. Our global network of offices number over 1,000. Our team of experts can help tailor an automotive quality management system meeting your needs and can support all of your management needs.

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