HANSUN, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of window regulators, announced that it has earned ISO/TS16949 accreditation.
In receiving the certification, HANSUN said it “takes pride in providing top-quality aftermarket window regulators for passenger and commercial vehicle applications in America, Europe and Asia markets.”
“We are honored to announce our ISO/TS certification, one of many automotive specifications we hold in the aftermarket regions of the world,” said Kent Liao, owner and CEO of HANSUN. “Our desire and enthusiasm to manufacturer the best window regulators is our No. 1 goal.”
ISO/TS 16949 is a technical specification intended for the development of a quality management system that delivers continual improvement, emphasizing defect prevention and the saving of variation and waste in the automotive industry supply chain. The accreditation was prepared by the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) and the “Technical Committee” of ISO. The certification complements the country-specific regulations of quality management systems.
With more than 27 years of design and manufacturing experience, Hansun carries more than 2,000 SKUs of window regulators, which cover millions of automobiles throughout the world. With headquarters and a distribution center located in Changhua, Taiwan, and Ontario, California, HANSUN services more than 100 customers globally in 30 countries.
Advancing productivity and improving the engineering process provides a competitive advantage in the automotive aftermarket industry for HANSUN. The company implements progressive technologies and regulates its manufacturing process to automate factory processes, increasing production efficiency and product quality. Every link in the manufacturing process, including product design and development, packing and transportation is inspected throughout development.