I have not heard this, but I am not surprised. I guess you haven't had your head in the sand too long, have you? One more nail in the coffin...
I don't think they're saying otherwise. They're simply saying as of this date QS-9000 is still acceptable.Originally posted by Steven Truchon:
I visited the Excel Partnership and AIAG websites and both clearly state that TS16949 is NOT a replacement for QS9000.
So, my question is: What evidence has been presented that gives the demise of QS9000 any substance? I am getting the impression that there is a lot of hearsay from many who are speculating, but from the sources that seem closest to the issue are saying otherwise.