LOESCHE GmbH recertified according to ISO 9001
Published by Harleigh Hobbs,
LOESCHE GmbH has been successfully recertified according to ISO 9001.
The Düsseldorf-based company develops and produces machine and plant technology, which are used in grinding plants and combined drying and grinding plants for the cement, steel, power plants, mineral processing and chemical industries.
With the renewed certificate from LRQA Business Assurance in 2015, LOESCHE is certified that the revised quality management of the company also meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2008. ISO 9001 is the most widespread and most important standard and basis for national and international businesses.
LOESCHE GmbH was already certified for the first time in 1998. The company has indicated that quality management is an integral component of the company's principles: processes and services are constantly adapted to the new requirements of the globally active company.
"A functioning quality management is indispensable. Our customers expect innovative engineering, precise plant construction and reliable service. We can only render these services if we adhere to the processes within the LOESCHE Group in accordance with our specifications. The certificate proves that we also live by the interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary processes", explained Angelika Wollenweber, Head of Quality Management, Standards & Regulations.
The subsidiaries are certified separately by different certification companies. LOESCHE (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. has been certified since 2014. In addition to LOESCHE GmbH, the subsidiaries in India and America were recertified according to ISO 9001:2008 last year. LOESCHE Automatisierungstechnik GmbH was additionally certified according to OHSAS.
Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/power/27042016/loesche-gmbh-recertified-according-to-iso-900-675/
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