Princeps belongs to a world elite of electronic, electrical and electro-mechanical (EEE) component distributors, holding both AS9120 and AS6081 accreditations.
Princeps Quality, A Perfect Combination of AS9120 and AS6081
Quality, service and communication are the three elements setting Princeps apart. Quality is the main driver for our business and everyone is involved.
Princeps belong to an elite of Electronic, Electrical and Electro-mechanical (EEE) part distributors in the world, holding both AS9120 and AS6081 Quality Certifications. AS9120/AS6081 distributors such as Princeps are perfectly positioned to address your AS9100D/AS5553 Counterfeit Mitigation requirements.
AS9120 is our Quality Management System, it incorporates all of ISO9001 with additional industry requirements for aerospace:
The Scope of our AS9120B Quality Management System also covers our ESD control plan based on the requirements of BS EN 61340
AS6081 covers our Counterfeit Parts Control Plan – it standardises practices to:
Having both demonstrates our ability to help, especially if :
The combination of AS9120 & AS6081 ensures heightened risk management leads to greater consistency and traceability of products to address the issues prevalent in today’s EEE parts supply chain.
Both standards require a multi stage certification process followed by periodic surveillance audits to ensure compliance is maintained throughout the three-year certification cycle.
All audits and surveillance visits are conducted by independent aerospace auditors, our AS9120 audit reports are logged on the IAQG Online Aerospace Supplier Information System (OASIS) Certified Supplier Directory for review by prospective customers, or better still you can come and have a look for yourself!
AS9120 is a management standard intended for distributors operating in the aerospace, defence and security sectors. Its strong emphasis on risk management reflects best practice being demanded by all tiers of the aviation supply chain, and it is key in driving product safety, efficiency and reliability. View our current certificate.
AS6081 was created in response to a significant and increasing volume of fraudulent/counterfeit electronic parts entering the supply chain, posing significant performance, reliability and safety risks. It provides uniform requirements, practices and methods to mitigate the risks of purchasing and supplying fraudulent/counterfeit electronic parts. It can be described as AS5553 for distributors.
Princeps has held AS6081 Certification since 2016. View our current certificate.
ISO 9001:2015 is the global standard that specifies requirements for Quality Management Systems. Organisations that carry ISO 9001 Certification are able to demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements
Princeps has held ISO 9001 Certification since 2008.
The JOSCAR Registration Mark is valued by some of the largest purchasers in the defence community and indicates that our organisation has gone through the process required to demonstrate our commitment and credentials to our industry.
View our certification
ERAI is a global information services organisation that monitors, investigates and reports issues affecting the global electronics supply chain. It is the world’s largest privately owned database of non-conforming material. ERAI leads the fight against the sale of counterfeit/high risk components and promotes a higher level of awareness via data-sharing, education, training and networking.
Princeps has been an ERAI member since Feb 2007.
The International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM) is a not for profit professional body for those involved in, or interested in, obsolescence management. IIOM is dedicated to improving the knowledge and best practice of obsolescence practitioners through education, networking and process development.
Princeps have been IIOM members since 2012.
Cyber Essentials Plus Certification
Cyber Essentials is a Government backed scheme that will helps protect Princeps against a range of the most common cyber attacks such as:
- Phishing attacks
- Password guessing
- Network attacks