Stadium Group Achieves SC21 Accreditation for Fifth Consecutive Year


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Stadium Group’s HMI division (Stadium IGT) has achieved the Supply Chains for the 21st Century (SC21) Bronze Award for the fifth consecutive year.

Photo Caption (L-R): Stadium IGT Quality Manager Gordon Webb, Managing Director Vince Light and Dr Chris Owen, Chief Executive of SMMT Industry Forum.

Stadium IGT has provided expertise in design, manufacture and distribution of intelligent interface solutions and HMI technology to the global electronics industry for more than 30 years, delivering complete solutions to major system manufacturers in defence, marine, aviation, railway, medical, industrial and automotive applications.

The company operates a design centre and manufacturing facility for HMI technologies in Eastleigh, UK, which provides expertise in hardware, software and system integration for HMI solutions, and is able to deliver rapid turn-round prototyping and low-cost volume manufacturing. Specific activities include the design and build of fully customised control assemblies, touchscreens, capacitive switching, integral RFI screening and membrane keypads, as well as implementing the latest technology in capacitive touchscreens and capacitive switch control panels with thin-film backlighting and LED illumination.

"We are delighted to have successfully gained SC21 Bronze accreditation for the fifth year running which demonstrates our commitment to this important quality standard in the sectors in which we operate," comments Vince Light, Managing Director at Stadium IGT. "In the last five years, SC21 has helped us to process map and develop a platform to implement improvements throughout our business and in the supply chain. In 2011 our delivery performance within a 7 day window was at 96% we now stand at 99.9% within a 3 day window. Our quality performance stood at 98% we can now boast 99.7%.

"Being a part of the SC21 program has also delivered commercial opportunities for Stadium IGT with new customers and a network of like-thinking companies. As we work towards the SC21 Silver Award and the AS9100 aerospace standard we are adopting the 5S program and further improving our lean manufacturing techniques. SC21 has provided a formula and platform for best practice in our business."

Light and Gordon Webb, Quality Manager at Stadium IGT, received this latest award from Dr Chris Owen, Chief Executive of SMMT Industry Forum at an SC21 Task Force event held last month.

Supply Chains for the 21st Century (SC21) is an improvement program designed to increase the performance of suppliers and ultimately their supply chains within the UK aerospace, security, space and defense industries. The program is a collaborative effort with ADS leading the program at a national level, working with signatory companies, primes, regional trade associations (RTAs), strategic partners and accredited training providers.

Stadium IGT will be exhibiting on stand S4-151 on the ADS UK Pavilion at DSEI between 12-15th September 2017 at ExCeL, London. The event will host over 1,600 exhibitors from Air, Land, Naval, Security & Joint sectors and will attract an audience of over 34,000.

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