American RENOLIT receives ISO 9001 Certification

La Porte, Indiana, September 7, 2012 - American RENOLIT Corporation, the leading manufacturer of high quality vinyl films, announced today that the company has achieved its ISO 9001:2008 certification.

The certificate confirms that RENOLIT has thoroughly documented its quality processes while meeting the stringent qualifications for the global ISO 9001:2008 standard. The Quality Management System (QMS) of the company was assessed by an accredited registrar that performs independent assessments against the national and international standards for quality. In August 2012 RENOLIT received formal registration approval for its production facility in La Porte, Indiana and the sales subsidiary in Swedesboro, New Jersey and is now officially recognized as an ISO 9001 certified company.

“This was an important project for RENOLIT. Our customers within the sign and graphics industry as well as within the furniture and exterior industries rely on us for our high quality vinyl films and for the excellent support services. This certification demonstrates our high quality standards and commitment to continually improving our performance. Customers can be confident that we have a systematic approach for achieving customer satisfaction” said Ralph Gut, President of American RENOLIT Corporation

The company

The RENOLIT Group is an international leader in the manufacture of high-quality plastic films and related products for technical applications. This independent family-run business, which has been setting benchmarks for quality and innovation for over 65 years, now employs a workforce of approximately 4,500 employees at more than 30 production sites and sales entities.
The RENOLIT brand enjoys a worldwide reputation for technical expertise, modern product design and customer-oriented service.

About ISO

ISO is the International Organization for Standardization and is the world's largest developer and publisher of International Standards.
It is made up of national standards institutes of 164 countries and the leading authority on quality standards. ISO develops voluntary technical standards that contribute to making industrial production and supply more efficient, safer and cleaner, and to making trade between countries easier and fairer. ISO standards also serve to safeguard consumers and users in general of products and services - as well as to making their lives simpler by proving solutions to common problems.

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