Precision Converting and Outsource Manufacturing

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Aerospace
Reputation. Innovation. Accountability. That’s why top aerospace companies trust us to bridge capability gaps and accelerate go-to-market success, addressing both product and process challenges.
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Medical
Successful companies know that early alignment with the right CMO makes all the difference when bringing new products to market. That’s why they turn to us for proven commercialization solutions.
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Personal & Home Care
The largest consumer packaged goods companies in the world rely on our large-format flexible material converting and printing services to deliver the speed-to-market advantage they need.
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Industrial
A premier provider of customized components and services, we partner with telecom, power and energy, technical textiles, medical, and transportation companies to support their next-generation products.
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Web Industries names Andrew O’Connor Vice President of Quality

November 1, 2018 –Web Industries, Inc., a precision formatter of flexible materials and provider of outsource manufacturing services, has appointed Andrew O’Connor to the position of vice president of quality. In this role, O’Connor will provide leadership and accountability for all quality resources across Web Industries. He is based at Web’s Marlborough, Mass. corporate headquarters and reports to President and COO Mark Pihl.

As the leader for quality across the entire organization, O’Connor will work collaboratively with Web’s operations and quality managers to establish a quality vision and strategy based on a prevention-centered approach. He will support the company’s employee-owners by providing them with the training, resources and tools to succeed. In the coming months, O’Conner will assess all of Web’s major facilities and evaluate the company’s current quality performance in order to further enhance Web’s quality management system. “Achieving the highest quality standards is fundamental to Web’s business strategy and brand,” says Pihl. “As we evolve into a technology-driven company developing highly engineered solutions, Andy O’Connor will provide critical leadership. He will support the company’s initiative to embrace a prevention-based, rather than reactive, approach to quality.”

Before joining Web, O’Connor held a series of increasingly responsible positions with Rolls-Royce Corporation focusing on corporate culture, continuous improvement and customer quality. Most recently, he was global director of quality, health, safety and environment, as well as business improvement for Rolls-Royce Naval Marine. O’Connor holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame, Class of 2007.

About Web Industries A 100% employee-owned company, Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.

For Further Information Customer Inquiries: +1 508.573.7979 sales@webindustries.com

Media Relations: Bob Giuliano +1 610.328.1051 bob.giuliano@prplace.biz

November 1, 2018 –Web Industries, Inc., a precision formatter of flexible materials and provider of outsource manufacturing services, has appointed Andrew O’Connor to the position of vice president of quality. In this role, O’Connor will provide leadership and accountability for all quality resources across Web Industries. He is based at Web’s Marlborough, Mass. corporate headquarters … Continue reading "Web Industries names Andrew O’Connor Vice President of Quality"
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Tredegar Turns to Web for Large Scale Spooling

 Nonwovens Industry magazine features an article written  by Adrienne Green, Web Industries' Director of Sales, Personal & Home Care, about the benefits one of our top customers received from our large format converting services.

Check out the article here: Tredegar Turns to Web Industries for Large-Scale Spooling of Delicate 3D Hygiene Material

 Nonwovens Industry magazine features an article written  by Adrienne Green, Web Industries’ Director of Sales, Personal & Home Care, about the benefits one of our top customers received from our large format converting services. Check out the article here: Tredegar Turns to Web Industries for Large-Scale Spooling of Delicate 3D Hygiene Material
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Kevin Young, Web’s VP of Corporate Development, bylines an article for IndustryWeek

Web Industries' Kevin Young, Vice President of Corporate Development, bylines an article for IndustryWeek magazine about how defining your company’s mission and core values can motivate employees, excite customers and help accelerate business growth.

Check out the article here: Define Your Purpose and Values, and Watch the Rewards Roll in

Web Industries’ Kevin Young, Vice President of Corporate Development, bylines an article for IndustryWeek magazine about how defining your company’s mission and core values can motivate employees, excite customers and help accelerate business growth. Check out the article here: Define Your Purpose and Values, and Watch the Rewards Roll in
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Web Industries’ Denton, Texas, Facility Earns Nadcap Accreditation Covering Composite Ply Cutting/Kitting for Aerospace Applications

October 10, 2018 – The Denton, Texas, production facility of Web Industries Inc. Aerospace has earned official accreditation from Nadcap (the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) covering composite cutting and kitting operations at the Denton facility. Nadcap is an industry-managed assessment organization that establishes standards and conducts audits of aerospace industry suppliers.

Denton becomes the second Web facility within a year to earn Nadcap approval, joining the company’s Suwanee, Ga., plant. The official certification for Web-Denton is AC 7118 Rev E.

“Pursuing Nadcap accreditation required considerable effort and extensive preparations and placed heavy demands on Web-Denton’s management and quality systems,” says Brad Bacon, quality manager for Web Industries’ composite cutting and kitting operations. “Completing this assessment successfully demonstrates that we provide our customers with world-class quality and service.”

Team Approach Web-Denton sought Nadcap accreditation to fulfill the requirements of a major aerospace OEM customer. A team of Denton employees was assigned the task of preparing for the on-site audit. Meeting regularly for many months, the employees reviewed a lengthy checklist of Nadcap requirements and identified areas of needed improvement. A month before the Nadcap audit, the team performed a self-audit of the Denton facility and submitted the results to Nadcap.

The official audit was conducted by an experienced Nadcap representative over the course of two days. It covered multiple plant practices and procedures, including employee training, the condition of plant equipment, and the receiving and storage of composite materials. The auditor observed two orders as they were being processed and questioned machine operators regarding quality issues and compliance with customer requirements.

“It was a challenge for the Web-Denton team to become familiar with the Nadcap auditing process and the rigor that is essential to earn accreditation,” says Web’s Brad Bacon. “The team was eager to learn and excited for the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to produce world-class aerospace products. The team’s superior knowledge of our production processes received positive feedback from the Nadcap auditor.”

Web-Denton obtained its Nadcap accreditation on September 18, 2018. It remains effective until October 31, 2019. According to Bacon, Web’s Middlesex, Vt., facility is now in the process of seeking Nadcap accreditation for its composite ply cutting and kitting operation.

About Web Industries A 100% employee-owned company, Web Industries, Inc., is one of the largest and most diverse providers of precision converting and outsource manufacturing. We help customers in the Aerospace, Medical, Personal & Home Care, and Industrial markets bridge their capability gaps and accelerate their go-to-market success by leveraging close, trust-based relationships to develop ingenious solutions precisely tailored to their needs. From project inception through commercialization, Web offers creative problem-solving backed by deep technical and operational expertise.

For Further Information Customer Inquiries: +1 508.573.7979 sales@webindustries.com

Media Relations: Bob Giuliano +1 610.328.1051 bob.giuliano@prplace.biz

October 10, 2018 – The Denton, Texas, production facility of Web Industries Inc. Aerospace has earned official accreditation from Nadcap (the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) covering composite cutting and kitting operations at the Denton facility. Nadcap is an industry-managed assessment organization that establishes standards and conducts audits of aerospace industry suppliers. Denton becomes the second Web facility within a year to earn Nadcap approval, joining the company’s Suwanee, Ga., plant. The official certification for Web-Denton is AC 7118 Rev E.
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