The realisation of increasingly complex component structures as well as the constant expansion of the product spectrum place increasingly higher demands on quality management and quality assurance. In particular, the development and series production of fibre composite structures for aerospace is embedded in secure and transparent processes and procedures. In order to reach the quality targets which we have set ourselves, INVENT places a great deal of value upon:

  • Regular employee training
  • Continuous process improvement
  • Detailed process documentation
  • Certified facilities and resources
  • Modern production technology

The basis for the implementation of INVENT’s vision of quality is a quality management system which is certified in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001 and DIN EN 9100. Regular execution of internal and external quality audits ensures a continual further development of the quality standards and thereby forms the basis for the optimisation of the quality management system through the integration of all our employees.


As an authorised manufacturer of series parts and components for the aerospace sector, INVENT GmbH is certified in accordance with DIN EN 9100. A particular challenge in this area is the complete and rigorous documentation of all relevant process stages within the framework of a holistic quality assurance system. Based on our exceptional know-how, INVENT offers consultation services regarding the subject of quality management and its implementation – particularly for companies in the fibre composite sector.


INVENT auf dem Symposium Photonischer Leichtbau am 14./15. März in Hannover

Am 14./15. März wird Dr. Olaf Heintze im Rahmen des Symposiums für Photonischen Leichtbau (Ausgerichtet vom Laser Zentrum Hannover) zum Thema „POTENTIALE DER LASERBEARBEITUNG VON CFK AUS SICHT more

Reaccreditation audit without non-conformances

INVENT successfully passed the Nadcap reaccreditation audit in January 2018 without non-conformances. Thank you to our very skilled and talented workers! The auditor highlighted these more