Matrix passes API 17L audit with no non-conformances
Matrix Composites & Engineering is delighted to announce that it has passed its API 17L surveillance audit for its Distributed Buoyancy Module and Clamping System. Conducted by Bureau Veritas earlier this week, the audit found that Matrix surpassed all requirements and did not identify any opportunities for improvement. The results are a clear demonstration of Matrix’s ongoing commitment to delivering innovative and quality solutions where safety and reliability are paramount.
“We are thrilled with the audit results. They are testament to the robustness of our management systems and the expertise of our people - it is a fantastic effort by everyone involved,” Aaron Begley, CEO Matrix.
API 17L covers all materials, design, testing and manufacturing methodologies used in Matrix’s distributed buoyancy system, and provides customers with the confidence that the system will perform to the highest industry standards.
From its award winning headquarters in Australia, Matrix provides end-to-end engineering solutions to the civil and infrastructure, resources, oil and gas, defence and transportation industries using composites and advanced technologies. Matrix is a major exporter of Australian goods and services and has customers located all over the world.