Audemat-Aztec Expands French Headquarters
Merignac, France - Jul 2, 2007 - Audemat-Aztec has plans to build a new manufacturing facility to be added to its existing facilities. The facility addition is necessitated by the company's growth. The company has hired 25 new employees this year already.
The company has purchased an adjacent lot and is planning a separate manufacturing plant of approximately 9,150 square feet, which will will increase the available space by more than 50 percent. The building will include an environmentally friendly design and features.
The company has decided to comply with the ISO 14000 environmental management standards, which exist to help organizations minimize how their operations negatively affect the environment. Audemat-Aztec already complies with ISO 9001. ISO 14000 compliance entails increased recycling, use of more environmentally friendly materials and a high energy efficiency building. The ISO 14000 certification will occur in August 2007.
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