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Ergonomics: Advanced Lifts now ISO certified

Advance Lifts, Inc. of St Charles, Illinois recently announced that the company is now ISO 9001 certified.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 15, 2011

Advance Lifts, Inc. of St Charles, Illinois recently announced that the company is now ISO 9001 certified. ISO 9001:2008 provides a set of requirements that must be in place to have an approved quality management system, regardless of the organization’s size, product or service line, or public or private status. Certification to the standard is voluntary, and organizations must complete a rigorous auditing process by a third-party.

Advance Lifts has also been a UL listed panel shop since 1998 and continues to make its products here in the USA. This tightly controlled manufacturing of a high quality product allows for industry leading warranties.

For more than 37 years, Advance Lifts, Inc. has been manufacturing loading dock equipment, work positioners, lift tables, recycling equipment and packaging equipment.

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