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Neutrik USA Receives ISO 9001 Certification
Anaheim, CA - Jan 10, 2011 - Neutrik USA has been awarded ISO 9001 quality management systems certification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The award certifies all aspects of Neutrik's business, with specific procedures set in place to evaluate and improve the company's key processes.
The ISO is the world's largest developer and publisher of International Standards and its stringent criteria are recognized worldwide. Its ISO 9001 requirements are among the strictest of the approximately 13,000 standards established by the organization and serve as a model for quality assurance in all facets of Neutrik's business, including design, development, production, installation and servicing with no exclusions.
This distinction is also a significant step for Neutrik's growth as the ongoing process of maintaining ISO certification will facilitate the company's continued corporate success as it works to adhere to the standards of excellence set by the organization. By continually striving to identify areas for improvement in operational processes, product quality and customer service, Neutrik will offer expanding benefits to its end users and greater value to its corporate brand.
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