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Level 3 Inspection Achieves 100% Compliance in ISO 9001 & AS 9100 Certification
Date:1/13/2009

posted on their web site, www.level3inspection.com along with their other qualifications and certifications for excellence in performing their dimensional and geometric inspection services business. Further background on the company, its professional technical services, and it's leadership role in the field of White Light Scanning (WLS) and Computer Aided Inspection (CAI) are also available on the company's web site and by calling 888-4AS-9102 x102.

    Contact:
    Bill Greene
    Founder, Vice President Business Development
    Level 3 Inspection LLC
    E: bill@level3inspection.com
    T: 561.775.7911

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