Stork Cellramic Achieves ISO9001:2008 Certification
Milwaukee manufacturing and service company meets rigorous standard for its quality management system.
Stork Materials Technology is pleased to announce that on September 3, 2009, Stork Cellramic achieved certification to ISO 9001:2008 by Det Norske Veritas Inc. By earning this certificate, Stork Cellramic demonstrates its commitment to quality in its manufacturing and distribution programs and processes. The Milwaukee facility produces laser engraved cylinders for printing equipment and applies engineered coatings to industrial components.
In accepting the ISO registration certificate, Stork Cellramic Engineering/Quality Manager David Hart said, "The achievement of ISO 9001:2008 reflects our continuous efforts over the last several months to achieve consistently superior product quality and reliability for our customers. This drive to excel has boosted employee awareness, increased our operational efficiencies, and reduced our reject rate."
Daniel Ruiter, General Manager, added, "It is an honor to earn a place among the high-performing companies who have ISO certification. This certification validates our customers' confidence in us and demonstrates our commitment to excellence in our manufacturing processes. We are proud to be the first anilox manufacturer compliant with the latest ISO standard."
About Stork and Stork Cellramic
Stork Cellramic, Inc. (a member of the Stork Materials Group of companies) is a high-tech company specializing in the application and finishing of thermally sprayed coatings for industrial applications such as printing, converting, gas turbine, food processing and packaging. For more information, please visit the website at www.storkcellramic.com.
Stork Materials Technology is a network of independent, accredited laboratories providing testing solutions to industry throughout the U.S. and Europe. Stork engineers, scientists, failure analysts, and product development and qualification experts support businesses with materials selection and engineering, materials testing, performance testing, failure analysis and consulting, nondestructive testing and inspection, calibration, construction materials testing and engineering, polymer and advanced materials testing, dimensional inspection, surface treatment, product qualification and development, and more. For more information, please visit the Stork Materials Technology website at www.storksmt.com.