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Petoskey Plastics receives ISO certification.

Petoskey Plastics, Petoskey, Mich., has been assessed and registered as conforming to the requirements of the ISO 9001:2000 quality management system (QMS) standards.

The Quality Management System (QMS) designation is applicable to the company's design and manufacture of engineered plastic film and bags using new and recycled materials.

"The ISO 9000:2001 registration is a further evolution of our quality management system," says Jim Eklund, Petoskey Plastics vice president of operations. "We are now focused on the interaction of processes with better measurement, communications and continual improvement. The end result of our entire effort is improved customer satisfaction."

According to a company news release, Petoskey's new QMS has four areas of focus: interaction within its diverse processes, customer satisfaction, continual improvement and measurement, and communication of its performance.

Intertek Testing Services NA Inc. was the third-party certification firm that completed the ISO 9000:2001 assessment and registration for Petoskey Plastics.
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Title Annotation:PLASTICS
Publication:Recycling Today
Date:Apr 1, 2007
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