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Quality certifications.

The following foundry and supplier organizations have received recent certifications:

Ashland Casting Solutions facility in Ulsan, South Korea (ISO 4001);

Quality Investment Castings, Inc., Blandon, Pennsylvania (CERT-04657-2003-AQ-HOU-RAB);

Eck Industries, Inc., Manitowac, Wisconsin (ISO 9001:2000);

Premier Aluminum, Inc., Racine, Wisconsin (ANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9001:2000);

PortCast Foundry (Internet Corp.), Porto, Portugal (ISO/TS 16949);

Temperform Corp., Novi, Michigan (ISO 9001:2000);

Solidstate Controls, Inc., Columbus, Ohio (ISO 9001:2000);

IGC Technologies, Milwaukee (ISO 9001-2000);

Smith & Richardson Manufacturing, Geneva, Illinois (ISO 9001:2000);

Casting Impregnators Group, Franklin Park, Illinois (ISO 9001:2000);

Refractory Sales & Service Co., Inc., Bessemer, Alabama (ISO 9001:2000).
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Title Annotation:foundries
Publication:Modern Casting
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2003
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