Somerset Welding & Steel Renews Its ISO Certification

The company’s quality management program seeks to guarantee four key elements in its day-to-day operations.

Tue July 28, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Somerset Welding first received its ISO 9001 standard certification in 1997.
Somerset Welding first received its ISO 9001 standard certification in 1997.

Somerset Welding & Steel announced the successful renewal of its ISO 9001:2008 certification, the result of a voluntary quality improvement initiative. ABS Quality Evaluations (QE), a leading auditing and certification body, issued the Certificate of Conformance, which applies to the design and manufacture of dump bodies and trailers, special fabrications including structural steel and products for government and defense, installation of vehicle mounted truck equipment, and the sale and repair of equipment used in construction and municipal governments.

Somerset Welding first received its ISO 9001 standard certification in 1997, and since then, has incorporated a series of internal audits and systems to ensure the company remains in compliance. The company’s quality management program seeks to guarantee the following four key elements in its day-to-day operations: customer satisfaction, high quality products, on-time delivery, and continuous improvement.

“At Somerset Welding, we believe that renewing our ISO standard through a third party like ABS QE demonstrates to our customers and our employees our commitment to providing great customer service and building quality products. I am actively engaged in ensuring that the key elements of the QA/QC are maintained on a daily basis,” said Jason Mahla, quality assurance manager.

For more information, call 814/444-3452 or visit www.somersetwelding.com.




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