Westwood, NJ – Ringfeder Corporation, widely recognized as a top – quality supplier of power transmission components in North and South America, has recently achieved ISO 9001:2000 recertification. The company was originally certified in 2005.
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 9001:2000 is a set of worldwide quality assurance system standards that facilitate international trade. The standards address key areas of corporate governance. These standards help focus corporate resources on improving customer service and product reliability through measurable adherence to established quality procedures and practices.
According to Carl Fenstermacher, President of Ringfeder Corporation, “Many of our customers and prospective customers demand ISO certification as part of their purchasing process. Our company will maintain our certification to fully demonstrate our commitment to a process of continued improvement and high quality our customers have come to expect from us.”
The recertification process included many steps, including auditing each department. Ringfeder has implemented an annual recertification, which will take place in October 2007.
“We are very pleased that we have been recertified,” states Fenstermacher, “and that we continue to be able to offer this standard to customers that partner with Ringfeder Corporation. We look forward to working with progressive companies seeking this level of quality certification.”
About Ringfeder Ringfeder Corporation markets a wide range of quality power transmission components and has been an industry leader in keyless shaft/hub technology for over 35 years. Other power transmission solutions from Ringfeder include shock absorbing devices, flexible elastometric couplings, flexible disc couplings, and torque limiters, as well as other specialty and custom made products. These components are for use in machinery built for the industrial, woodworking, metalworking, oil & gas drilling, packaging food products, conveyor, machine tool, logging, printing, and construction markets. They are also members of AEM (Association of Equipment Manufacturers), Power Transmission Representatives Association, and the PTDA.
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