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QMS Registration

AM General ISO Registration

AM General has achieved ISO 9001:2008 registration from NSF International, an internationally recognized independent registrar company.

NSF evaluates a company's ability to meet specific quality program standards. The ISO 9001 standard, one of a series adopted by the International Organization for Standardization in 1987, is internationally recognized and establishes the requirements for a company's quality system. AM General has had registration to an ISO standard since 1993.

Military Assembly Plant Quality Policy

AM General's commitment to quality begins and ends with the customer. Our business integrates a set of processes with the goals of improving the safety and well-being of employees and increasing the level of customer satisfaction in products and services through continual improvement.

Commercial Assembly Plant Quality Policy

Quality begins and ends with the customer. Our goal is to exceed customer expectations through continuous improvement and teamwork.

General Engine Products LLC Registration

General Engine Products LLC, a subsidiary of AM General, is currently registered to QS-9000: 1998. QS-9000 is a worldwide standard that applies within the automotive industry including specific requirements for General Motors, Ford and Chrysler. QS-9000 requirements exceed those established in the ISO Standards and are required of all suppliers within the U.S.-based automotive industry. The scope of GEP QS-9000 registration encompasses the assembly and distribution of diesel engines.

Det Norske Veritas, a leading international registrar, originally recommended GEP for registration to QS-9000 in February 2001. QS-9000 registration validates that a Quality Management System is implemented that improves overall quality, organizational performance and profitability.

General Engine Products LLC Quality Policy

Through leadership, people, teamwork and continuous improvement, General Engine Products LLC will manufacture products that meet or exceed customer expectations.