ELYRIA, Ohio—EMC Precision has earned certification to the ISO 9001:2015 and IATF 16949:2016 quality management system standards, the company said in a press release. A provider of precision machining services, EMC Precision said that it will better serve customers through the well-defined and documented processes that these certifications require. The company said that it is committed to quality in its products and services, and these certifications ensure a more productive environment through faster identification and resolution of quality issues, among many other benefits.
“We partnered with Smithers Quality Assessment, an accredited quality and environmental management systems certification body to achieve our certification,” said Jeff Ohlemacher, CEO of EMC Precision, in the release. “We are excited to earn these certifications and feel it provides additional assurance to our customers that we are focused on continuous improvement and customer satisfaction. Congratulations to our team for achieving these designations on our first attempt.”
The ISO standards include a focus on continuous improvement, which helps ensure a more integrated global focus on initiatives with a specific focus on improving EMC’s OEM and end-user customer experience. The new standards emphasize value for both the company and its customers. Leadership and management commitment are also areas of increased focus in the new ISO standards. Expanding EMC’s focus in these areas helps ensure accountability at all levels of the organization and facilitates the transition of top-level goals into tactical action plans, the company said.
Founded and headquartered in Elyria, Ohio, with an additional facility in Sheridan, Indiana, EMC Precision (http://emcprecision.com) provides precision machined, complex parts in low-to-mid-volume quantities.