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GEMCO Manufacturing Achieves ISO 9001:2008 Re-Certification

Precision fourslide and progressive die stampings, wire forms and spring manufacturer GEMCO Mfg. Co. announces confirmation by independent registrar of its successful ISO 9001-2008 quality standards re-certification.

Southington, CT (PRWEB) November 02, 2015

Precision fourslide and progressive die stampings, wire forms and spring manufacturer, GEMCO Mfg. Co., Inc. of Southington, CT proudly announces that they have successfully been re-certified to ISO 9001-2008 quality standards. The independent registrar easily confirmed that GEMCO meets the specific requirements as a manufacturer of precision metal stampings, wire forms and springs with their Quality Management System.

As part of the Quality Management System, a commitment to customer satisfaction and continuous improvement throughout all of the processes were shown to be integral to receiving the re-certification.

For a copy of the latest certificate, or to learn more about GEMCO, visit http://www.gemcomfg.com.

About GEMCO Manufacturing Corp.

GEMCO Manufacturing provides precision metal stamping and wire forming to the automotive, consumer products, medical, electronics, aerospace and telecommunications industries. Established in 1943, GEMCO works with purchasing agents and engineers worldwide to fulfill custom metal parts requirements, including secondary operations and assemblies, customized consignment programs, and a number of value-added services. Known for its innovative solutions that help customers to maintain a competitive edge in the global marketplace, GEMCO’s capabilities and many years of technical and metal forming expertise deliver quality components to customers’ exact specifications. For more information, visit http://www.gemcomfg.com or call 1-860-628-5529.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/gemco_mfg/ISO_re-certification/prweb13051636.htm

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