Korea and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-1 Automotive Fasteners- A Quick Primer III-1 Automobile Production Statistics III-2 Table 9: US Automobile Production (2000-2007): Breakdown of Production Volume by Passenger Vehicles and Commercial Vehicles (In Thousand Units) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-2 Fastener Quality Act III-2 Product Launches & Developments III-3 Strategic Corporate Developments III-5 Focus on Select Players III-8 B.
What does FQA stand for?
FQA stands for Fastener Quality Act
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 8 other meanings of FQA in our Acronym Attic
- French Quarter (New Orleans, Louisiana)
- Frequency Range (hearing exams)
- Fully Qualified
- Functional Quality (FQ-TQ methodology static quality model for software)
- Funding Question
- Fuzed Quartz
- Flying Qualities & Performance
- Fiscal Quarter 1
- Fair Queuing Algorithm
- Fédération Québécoise d'Athlétisme (French: Quebec Federation of Athletics; Quebec, Canada)
- Fédération Québécoise de l'Autisme (Canadian autism federation; Quebec, Canada)
- Fiber Quality Analyzer
- Field Quality Assurance
- Final Quality Assurance
- Fixed Quality Area
- Fixed Quota Allocation (UK)
- Floristic Quality Assessment (ecological integrity)
- Food Quality Assurance (USDA)
- Format Quality Assurance (various companies)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A new guide from the Industrial Fasteners Institute (IFI), Cleveland, OH, explains the 1999 amended Fastener Quality Act and provides useful information to OEMs about the new law and its impact on the buying and selling of fasteners.
Implementation of the Fastener Quality Act (FQA), expected to occur in late 1999 (almost a decade after its original passage), will fortify the global position of US producers of high-end, high-performance products.
San Shing is ISO 9002 and QS 9000 certified, and its testing laboratory conforms to the US Fastener Quality Act.
This accreditation is given to qualified laboratories under the Fastener Quality Act - Public Law 101-592.
Recent changes to military specifications (Mil-S-8879), the Fastener Quality Act (PL101-592), and the implementation of vendor quality programs by large users of fasteners all place increasingly costly inspection requirements on manufacturers, distributors, and users.
In addition, we received certification to supply the domestic fastener markets under the Fastener Quality Act passed into law in 1997.
Industrial Fasteners Online provides IFI members a variety of information, including an update section on the Fastener Quality Act, technical and trade show schedules and a publication desk with relevant news and information about the industry.