Spinnaker Ohio Site Earns ISO Certification

The Troy, Ohio, manufacturer received ISO 9001:2015 quality management certification

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Spinnaker, a Mactac company, announces that its Troy, Ohio, manufacturing site has earned ISO 9001:2015 quality management certification.

The ISO 9001 certificate is an international certification standard for quality management systems. It provides guidance for companies that aim to ensure products and services consistently meet quality requirements.

As an ISO 9001:2015 certified site, Spinnaker Troy has a systematic quality management system in place and is committed to cost and waste reduction, continuous improvement, regulatory compliance, and more.

“At Spinnaker, we believe that quality is the cornerstone of a thriving business, and our commitment to quality permeates every facet of our operations,” affirms Doug Crowthers, director of quality at Spinnaker. “This certification is a testament to our customers, suppliers, and partners – a reassurance that Spinnaker employs skilled, knowledgeable, and dedicated professionals who take profound pride and precision in crafting top-notch products. And with the support and guidance of Mactac, we’ve not only turned that vision into reality but have proudly earned our ISO 9001:2015 certification.”

According to the company, the Mactac quality management system follows standardized policies and processes. It is also said to incorporate comprehensive review and measurement processes, a rigorous improvement process, robust corrective action processes when needed, and ongoing customer feedback.

The Spinnaker Troy site, at 100,000 square feet, is the latest Mactac facility to earn the recognition. Mactac also holds the ISO 9001:2015 certificate at its Columbus, Indiana; Scranton, Pennsylvania; Spartanburg, South Carolina; and Minneapolis sites.

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