New Profile after Certification of ISO-9002

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New Profile after Certification of ISO-9002


CMC has entered the first year millennium 2000 with Certification of ISO-9002 among the row of few companies certified. It became possible only due to the commitments and team work of the entire work force of CMC.

CMC was registered as a Partnership Firm in June 1992 and started commercial production in January 1993 with feathers of Suzuki Motorcycles Pakistan Ltd. (SMPL) and orders from replacement market.

Although its journey is only seven years old, but the story of success is full of commitments and achievements, for example in the year 1992-93, only four components were on our line of production, and in 1998-99 our product range rose to 15 (till September 1999) the increase was 275%. Similarly our production in 1992-93 was 35,271 Pcs per annum, while it rose to 545,288 Pcs in 1998-99 the increase was 1,546%.

CMC is now vendor of all the three major OEMs Motorcycles Manufacturers, Atlas Honda Ltd., Dawood Yamaha Ltd., and Suzuki Motorcycles Pak. Ltd. Besides these, CMC is also vendor of Pakistan Cycle Industrial Co-Operative Society Ltd., manufacturers of Sohrab Motorcycles and Fateh Motors Ltd. manufacturers of Raftar Motorcycles.

Besides manufacturing of two wheelers components, CMC also produced some four wheelers components like Water Body, Back Mirror and Door Handle for Suzuki Car, Fuel filter and Bracket of Tapit Cover for Tracotrs.

CMC also produced Electronic parts like Fidon - Glass and Plate for Dish Antena, Sole Plate for Electric Iron.

Now the CMC has pride of place being vendor of SIEMENS PAKISTAN LTD. SPEOL has given an assignment to develop 5 new components for their Electric motors. All the development work has been done by the CMC right from the component drawing to the manufacturing of dies. With in a period of one and a half year all the five dies were made and samples of four components were approved and commercial production was started.

The present on-line production of CMC would reflect its wide range of working as follows:

A) SIEMENS PAKISTAN LIMITED:

* Rotor Fan Motor

* Bearing End Shield

* Housing Fan Motor

* Bearing End Shield Fan Motor

* Housing Mono Block

B) HONDA MOTORCYCLES:

* Crank Case CD-70 and CDI Models

* Brake Shoe CD-70 AND CDI Models

* Levers CD-70 and CDI Models

* Cylinder L-Cover CG-70 and ODI Models

* Tapit Covers CD-70, CG-1 25 and S-110 Models

C) YAMAHA MOTORCYCLES:

* Crank Case YB-100 Model

* Brake Shoe YB-100 Model

* Leaver Holder Assembly Left YB-100 Model

* Leaver Holder Assembly Right YB-100 Model

D) SUZUKI MOTORCYCLES:

* Magneto Cover A-100 XL Model

* Magneto Cover A-80 L Model

E) PAKISTAN CYCLE INDUSTRIAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY:

(Manufacturer of Sohrab Motorcycles)

* Brake Shoe

F) FATEH MOTORS Co. …

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