Our ISO registered company with approximately 180 employees extrudes, fabricates and anodizes aluminum extrusions. All parts we produce are done in house with no outside jobs being done. We have been with the same registrar going back to the 90's and QS9000. The base manufacturing processes in place have not change. This year is ISO re-registration time and the registrar has decided that Nace code 25.6 should apply (never mentioned before) there by not allowing us to use the low risk reduction. I don't know if this is to justify their wanting 7 man days instead of the typical 5 but seems to me if this should apply it would have been done decades ago. Would appreciate some outside input.