MIA Concession, ISO 9001:2015,AQAP 2110:2016,NATO NCAGE

On August 5, 2016 our company received the concession from the Minister of Interior and Administration to conduct business activity in the scope of:

  • Trading in explosives
  • Trading in the types of weapons and ammunition specified in Acts 1 - 28 of Appendix No. 1 Types of weapons and ammunition - BA - to the ordinance of the Council of Ministers of 3 December 2001 on types of weapons and ammunition and list of military and police products and technologies on which production or trading is requires concession (Journal of Laws No. 145, item 1625, as amended),
    • Trading in articles for military or police purposes specified in WT II - WT XII and WT XIV, and trading in such technology as specified in WT XII of Appendix No. 2 List of military and police-assigned products and technologies - WT - to the abovementioned regulation. 



The Technical Certification Center of the Military Academy of Technology in Warsaw  confirms that our company operates under

    • Quality Management System and that we meet the requirements of ISO 9001: 2015, which is equivalent to PN-EN ISO 9001: 2015
    • Quality Management System compliant with NATO requirements AQAP 2110: 2016 and that we meet STANAG 4107 requirements



Bureau Veritas Certification in Warsaw also confirms that:

  • The quality management system in our organization complies with the requirements of standards and scope of services.


We are pleased to certify that Bureau Veritas Certification has been giving us recommendations since 2001

Scope of certification:

Design, manufacturing and sale of road safety equipment. Supply logistics, components and subsystems of military equipment.



 The Military Center for Standardization, Quality and Codification, the Department of Codification of Defense Products, the 43rd National Codification Office certifies that we have received:

  • NATO Commercial and Government Enity Code NCAGE



Office of Rail Transport

  • Certificates of approval for operation in accordance with the requirements of "Annex II to RIV-2000 Rules"



 Since the establishment of the North Atlantic Treaty, NATO member states have overseen the quality of defence products as well as the quality management systems in place. The main goal of the quality management in NATO is to obtain a product that is safe, reliable and fulfilling customer’s requirements.