Strict quality control.
Quality is a high priority to us at Cleeve, which is why we have invested in material management software that allows us to service customers with detailed reports that indicate the performance and quality of our products.
At Cleeve, we are committed to producing quality products while protecting the environment from hazardous materials. In 2014, Cleeve received funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada to advance de-coating technology for aircraft maintenance.
Our products are manufactured to the highest industry standards, with each of our companies specialized in their field, yet working closely together to bring you the best value available in the business. Our intermesh of companies and their breadth of products and services are unmatched by any one single supplier. It’s what makes us unique, and dependable — it’s what we have been doing for almost 30 years.
Our main facility in Canada has clean room manufacturing and testing capacity for processes that require a high level of control. Our manufacturing processes include cradle to grave tracking for the tight requirements of aerospace and defence. We have automated manufacturing processes to provide tight tolerance and consistent quality. Our quality systems meet the high standards of the aerospace and defence industries.
With a commitment to continuous improvement, Cleeve is certified to AS 9100 and ISO 9001, ensuring strict quality control in the design and distribution of electrical interconnect systems and components to aerospace and commercial/industrial markets.
Cleeve is also certified by the Controlled Goods Program (CGP), a registration and compliance program that regulates access to controlled goods, including International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) items in Canada. The CGP plays a vital role in the prevention and detection of the unlawful examination, possession or transfer of controlled goods in Canada. Under the authorities of the Defence Production Act (DPA) and the Controlled Goods Regulations, the CGPs mandate is to strengthen Canada’s defence trade controls through the mandatory registration and regulation of businesses and individuals who examine, possess and/or transfer controlled goods.
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