PRUFTECHNIK Inc. now ISO 9001 certificated
TÜV SÜD proves quality management system effective
“We are very proud to have received this recognition in such a short time after the establishment of our facility. It serves as a testament to the entire PRUFTECHNIK team’s commitment to quality and service.” says Timothy P. English, Managing Director at PRUFTECHNIK Inc.
The receipt of the ISO 9001:2008 certificate proves the consistent and worldwide standardized PRUFTECHNIK quality management system. It is strictly focused to fully meet the customer’s needs and issues. According to the audit result Hans Fuchs, TÜV SÜD auditor, states very good quotes for PRUFTECHNIK Inc. (USA): “The audit revealed that the management systems are completely effective and thus the prerequisites for maintenance and further development are ensured comprehensively. The management makes necessary resources available to meet the quality objectives.”
Since opening the Philadelphia office in June 2016, the entire U.S. team has worked tirelessly to create, and continuously improve its processes in order to provide a level of service consistent with PRUFTECHNIK’s international reputation for quality. In addition to their spectacular effort, invaluable support and advice which was provided by the experienced PRUFTECHNIK subsidiary in Canada (ISO 9001 certified since 2013), as well as the Quality Management Department in Germany.
PRÜFTECHNIK Dieter Busch AG
The PRUFTECHNIK group, with subsidiaries and partners in more than 70 countries worldwide, is continuing to set new standards with innovative technical developments in the sectors of machine laser alignment, condition monitoring and nondestructive testing to maximize and optimize machine and plant availability and to secure product quality.
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