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Valley Craft Industries achieves ISO 9000 certification

Quality management system certified for manufacturer of hand trucks, trailers, carts, storage systems and drum handling devices.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
April 08, 2013

Valley Craft Industries announced today that QAS International (Registrar) has issued a certificate of ISO 9000:2008 registration to Valley Craft Industries.

According to the certificate, Valley Craft’s quality management system has been audited by the Registrar and found to meet the rigorous standards of ISO 9001:2008. The scope includes the “Design, Manufacturing and Supply of Handling Equipment” and the Scope of Certification does not include any exclusions.

Dennis Campbell, Valley Craft’s president and CEO said “This certification makes official Valley Craft’s status as a quality manufacturer of professional grade material handling equipment and storage solutions. It is also a major step forward in our effort to expand Valley Craft’s presence in the contract manufacturing market. With ISO certification in hand, we are now in a position to offer our metal fabrication, painting and assembly capabilities to those original equipment manufacturers who require ISO 9000 certification as a condition of doing business.”

Campbell added, “The achievement of ISO certification is a major milestone in our effort to reinvigorate and expand Valley Craft’s business by accessing new markets, developing innovative new products. and forging new relationships.  We are extremely grateful to all of the Valley Craft associates, our suppliers and our customers who made this achievement possible.”

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Josh Bond, Senior Editor
Josh Bond is Senior Editor for Modern, and was formerly Modern’s lift truck columnist and associate editor. He has a degree in Journalism from Keene State College and has studied business management at Franklin Pierce University.


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