Product quality is confirmed by certificates of quality in 12 countries, and the formation of new products in the line occurs together with designers from auto makers.

Range of spare parts to the car for many becomes an obstacle to have to spend a lot of effort and valuable time. Several reasons for this, but one of them - is the presence of large amounts of low-grade products, the use of which in the cars just not acceptable! Statistics show that victims of defective products is becoming a huge number of consumers. Therefore, the production and selection of quality products is very important. AMIWA company engaged in the production of spare parts for cars from 1998 and occupies a leading position on the criteria of efficacy, safety and quality of products.

Cost -known brand trust. As a rule, there is a history behind them, production expertise, recognition and trust of customers. Many companies are equipped with modern laboratories and research centers, which allows them to high-level design and test their products. All businesses at this level regularly undergo independent certification, which confirms their level of production and finished products.

Our mission is to produce a wide range of quality spare parts at an affordable price.

The main quality system standard in the automotive industry is an international standard ISO/TS16949 - «Quality management systems. Particular requirements for the application of ISO 9001:2008 for automotive production and relevant service part organizations »- Quality Management Systems. Particular requirements for the application of ISO 9001:2008 in organizations producing automotive products and spare parts to it.

Standard ISO / TS 16949 was developed by an international automotive (International Automotive Task Force), in collaboration with Technical Committee ISO TC176. The group includes representatives of automotive companies (in particular, Ford, General Motors, Daimler, Chrysler, BMW, Fiat, Pigeon - Citroen, Renault, Volkswagen) and representatives of the automobile associations (AIAG - U.S., VDA - Germany, SMMT - UK ANFIA - Italy, FIEV - France).

The first version of the standard was published in 1999.

Harmonized standard and combines the requirements of the quality standards of the automotive industry leaders in this industry:

  • QS9000 - American quality standard in the automotive industry, developed the "Big Three" car manufacturers - General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. Also, this standard has been adapted several truck manufacturers in the United States. Certification to this standard ceased in 2006 Together with the standard QS 9000 standard used TE9000 - Quality System Requirements, Tooling and Equipment ( quality system requirements - equipment and tools ). This standard has also been developed by representatives of the "big three" and was intended for the use of suppliers of equipment, tools, equipment and accessories for the automotive industry.
  • VDA 6.1 - German quality standard designed for suppliers of spare parts and components for the automotive industry. Also VDA 6.1 in Germany, for the automotive industry developed standards VDA 6.2 and VDA 6.4. VDA 6.2 - this quality standard for service organizations - auto dealers, service centers, tuning companies, manufacturers prototypes. VDA 6.4 - quality standard for suppliers of capital goods and equipment - manufacturers of equipment, machinery and manufacturing equipment for the automotive industry .
  • EAQF - French quality standard for the automotive industry. This standard was developed and used by companies Citroen, Peugeot, Renault and suppliers of these companies.
  • AVSQ - Italian quality standard for the automotive industry. This standard was developed and applied by the Italian manufacturers and suppliers in the automotive industry - Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Innocenti, Lancia, Maserati and Ferrari.

All of these standards were based on the requirements of ISO 9001 but they did not copy each other and had some differences.

Since the adoption of the first edition of the standard ISO / TS 16949 automotive manufacturers and component suppliers have gradually move from national standards to the international standard ISO / TS 16949. Effective today revised standard ISO / TS 16949:2009 is the third edition. Certification of companies operating in the automotive industry , is carried out to meet the standard.

In addition to the standard in the automotive industry apply the so-called " quality appliances " - a quality assurance methods to be applied by the organization, if they implement the requirements of the standard ISO / TS 16949.

By " quality appliances " include:

  • APQP - Advanced Product Quality Planning and Control Plan (Long-term planning and product quality management plan);
  • FMEA - Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (Analysis of the types and consequences of failure);
  • MSA - Measurement Systems Analysis (Measurement Systems Analysis);
  • PPAP - Production Part Approval Process (Process acceptance component production);
  • QSA - Quality System Assessment (Assessment of quality);
  • SPC - Statistical Process Control (Statistical Process Control).

Initially, all of the above " quality appliances " were part of the documents providing standard QS 9000.

Japan Automobile Association - Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA), acceded to an international standard ISO / TS 16949 in 2002 when there was a second edition of this standard. Therefore, Japanese automakers (Toyota, Nissan, Honda, etc.) began to recognize the certification providers standard ISO / TS 16949 only in the second edition. Tradition of quality Japanese car manufacturers is much deeper than in Europe and America, however, despite the recognition of the international standard Japanese car companies impose additional requirements to suppliers . Japanese companies certification providers standard ISO / TS 16949:2009 is only the minimum requirement. Additional requirements for suppliers of standards to these companies. For example, they are contained in the Toyota Supplier Quality Assurance Manual (SQAM) - Supplier Quality Assurance Manual.