Company History

Established in 1954, company focus on suppling to the Aerospace, Defence, Marine and High Voltage Switchgear industries led to us attaining CAA and MOD approvals in 1957. Adapting to the MOD's decision in the early nineties to favour commercial quality management systems, the company soon gained the required ISO 9001 accredited certification.

Our commitment to supporting the ever-increasing requirements of our customers resulted in the engagement of a team of highly experienced engineers to develop and manufacture a wide range of electric actuation products primarily to the aerospace industry.

In 2003, to reflect the change in the core business the name of the company became known as NEMA (Nordale Electro-Mechanical Actuation).

As the CAA approvals ceased the company achieved AS 9100 accreditation in response to our customers' requirements.

NEMA currently holds AS9100 and BS EN ISO 9001 certification of our management system for all activities undertaken.

Quality Standards

NEMA is committed to maintaining the quality standards required by the solutions we provide.

We achieve this through the implementation and maintenance of our management system, which ensures customer and regulatory compliance is achieved. The management system ensures continual improvement via the setting of clear performance objectives. The implementation of which are subject to regular audits to ensure these targets are achieved.

Approvals
AS9100 Rev D and BS EN ISO 9001 - Design, Development, Manufacture, Repair and Overhaul
NEMA also holds customer specific quality approvals including:
Airbus UK
Heroux Devtek
BAE Systems, Land Systems
BAE Systems
GE Aviation Systems
AIM Aviation
Collins Aerospace
Martin Baker
Hawker Beechcraft
Airline Services
Westland
Sustainability

NEMA understand that continued protection of the environment in which we live and work is a prime responsibility. All efforts are made to ensure that wherever possible this is achieved.

NEMA is committed to complying with all applicable environmental legislation whilst taking all reasonable steps to protect and preserve the environment. An environmental policy against the requirements of ISO 14001:2015 has been established. This provides an effective framework within which to achieve this commitment and is made known to all through the established policy.

The main philosophy is to eliminate, reduce, recycle or reuse waste whilst continually seeking innovative ways in which to reduce energy and raw material usage whilst minimising emissions and hence reducing our carbon footprint.

Everyone in our organisation has a part to play in protecting the environment and we recognise that by following these initiatives we can, in our own small way, help to reduce the industry’s long term impact on the environment.

sustainability