How ISO 9001:2015 Certification Benefits A Company
Achieving an ISO Certification is a lengthy and detailed process. A positive result is very important for a company, as well as the customers it services.Read More
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The ISO 9001:2015 Certification is a globally recognised award that ensures customers have the confidence that organisations will meet their service requirements and deliver quality products. This achievement is very important for a company as well as the customers it serves.Read More
Industrie 4.0 changes the basis of competition in manufacturing. That might sound like an overstatement for a futuristic vision, but it's not. Industrie 4.0 came about not just as an approach to use new technologies, but to fundamentally change the equation for manufacturing. Industrie 4.0 will allow much greater agility and mix in a factory without sacrificing quality, cost, or speed. That will allow the company to innovate more rapidly and gain greater revenues.Read More
Understanding customer service is an essential component to any organisation. Customer service aims to provide an exceptional service that meets or even exceeds customers' requirements, leaving them feeling valued and respected. Maintaining a positive reputation among customers will encourage a long-term relationship with your customers, increase customer loyalty, enhance repurchases and generate positive word-of-mouth.Read More
Electric motors are an essential part of a machine and numerous applications and systems depend on them. If they are well-maintained, they will have a long life. However, any failure would lead to a great loss to the organisation. Inspecting them regularly and ensuring that maintenance activities are performed periodically, regardless of whether it is a new or used electric motor is essential.Read More
Improving warehouse productivity can feel like a daunting task. There are many moving parts within a warehouse operation that it may seem impossible to align everyone’s priorities for the good of the operation, but making improvements can provide big returns. We’ve outlined five basic tips to help streamline and improve your warehouse’s productivity.Read More
There are many important things to consider when choosing an electronics repair company to work with. The right repair company for your business can ensure that your repair process is efficient and seamless. Keeping your business up and running can be a matter of choosing the right company to handle your repairs.Read More
CNC stands for “Computerized Numerical Control.” It is an automated manufacturing technique that allows for fast, efficient and repetitive cutting, boring, drilling, machining and fabricating of material by computer-controlled devices. Once a particular part has been designed and instructions for machining it have been written, a CNC machine is programmed with those instructions. Raw material is fed into the machine, the setup is completed and the computer automatically does everything else: rotating the part, cutting off various layers, drilling holes to desired depths and more. Identical parts can be machined over and over, with little or no variance.Read More
ISO Certification is a process that enhances the offerings of a business. By showcasing how an organization meets or exceeds certain defined certification standards, they announce to the world the highest level of quality, safety, and efficiency in their daily methods of operation.
What is ISO? ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization. Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, market-relevant International Standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges.
The ISO story began in 1946 when delegates from 25 countries met at the Institute of Civil Engineers in London and decided to create a new international organization ‘to facilitate the international coordination and unification of industrial standards.' On February 23rd, 1947 the new organization, ISO, officially began operations. It operates in a similar way to this day.Read More