From left: Scott Bader ATC finance director Mélanie Roy, chemist Nadège Vincent, COO Jean-Pascal Schroeder and plant manager Pierre Parenteau.
From left: Scott Bader ATC finance director Mélanie Roy, chemist Nadège Vincent, COO Jean-Pascal Schroeder and plant manager Pierre Parenteau.

A chemical plant and operational site in Drummondville, Canada, owned by Scott Bader-ATC has recently gained ISO 9001:2015 accreditation by the Bureau de normalization du Québec.  

ISO 9001 is the international quality management system standard which signifies the ability of an

This is the first ISO accreditation for the Drummondville site.  

’Scott Bader-ATC already had in place the key components to ensure that customers were getting outstanding quality and service,’ said plant manager Pierre Parenteau. ‘Our ISO initiative has enabled us to tie together all the elements we had and implement an internationally recognized QA system.’

The Scott Bader-ATC plant in Canada makes a range of polyester and vinyl ester based pastes and compounds for tooling and fairing production, compression and displacement molding, bonding, repair and protection, for the global composites market place. 

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