BRISTOL, RI – Composite Energy Technologies, Inc. dba Goetz Composites, has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification for the design and fabrication of complex composite structures.
The company’s commitment to both high quality products and processes lead to the development of an internal Quality System. Implementing, expanding, and growing this system naturally progressed towards an ISO 9001 certification, which today’s customers require for traceability and quality control for products and services.
In order to serve and expand into this demanding market, Goetz Composites worked toward and ultimately achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification, offering customers and prospective customers a significant degree of reassurance that products and processes are controlled in accordance to this internationally accepted standard.
“With ISO 9001:2015 Certification complete, Goetz Composites is looking forward to growing its business to support institutional organizations, including work for the Department of Defense and Fortune 500 Companies,” said Chase Hogoboom, President of Goetz Composites.
Polaris MEP was instrumental in helping Goetz Composites through the process. Their knowledgeable and professional staff supported the development and refinement of the quality system to follow the standard. Polaris also provided in-house auditor training and review of the entire process.
“It took a village to obtain the ISO 9001:2015 Certification. The folks on our ISO committee and Polaris worked hand in glove to pull us through. And with this powerful certification, we can look forward to working in a widening group of business sectors, for those who understand and value ISO,” said Eric Goetz, Chief Technology Officer for Goetz Composites.
About Goetz Composites
Goetz Composites (http://goetzcomposites.com/) was founded in 2010 with a vision to transform innovative ideas from the marine sector into high-tech, dynamic composite structures across a broad spectrum of sectors. President and CEO Chase Hogoboom brings a blend of business and shop floor experience to his position. He began his career as an intern with Goetz Boats, then came on as a Composite Technician after graduating from Brown University with a degree in Economics.
Chief Technology Officer, Eric Goetz has expertise in weight-saving, high-strength techniques developed out of America’s Cup campaigns and years of ship building. Eric’s knowledge has evolved over decades, from cold molded boats of various combinations of cored wooden structures to try to stiffen and lighten the boats, moving eventually to high-tech fibers, wetpreg epoxy resin systems, and to prepreg composite boats with various types of cores.
The company has utilized this body of knowledge to expand into diverse markets such as architectural, furnishings and accessories, automotive, aeronautical and the entertainment industry. Goetz Composites also works with defense contractors, energy generation companies and industrial businesses to engineer and build structural parts and prototypes.