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Camloc continues to hit the highest standards


Leicester-based gas spring and damper manufacturer Camloc Motion Control is consistently hitting the highest standards, following a successful audit by the globally-recognised external business standards company, BSI.

 

The official title of the new standard achieved by Camloc is BS EN ISO 9001:2015, and comes into force to replace the previous ISO 9001:2008 standard. All ISO registered companies are required to work towards the 2015 standard by the end of 2018.

 

Martyn Roscoe, Operations Manager at Camloc Motion Control, was chiefly responsible for the successful audit process and is pleased that Camloc as a business recognises the importance of working to the latest BSI standards.

 

“With all aspects of the business working to the 2015 standard, Camloc Motion Control is ensuring that customers receive the highest quality products and solutions possible at all times” said Martyn. “I am delighted that we have successfully passed the audit process, complying to the latest industry standards in everything we do”.

 

Known for internationally helping “organisations all over the world make excellence a habit”, BSI, accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Services (UKAS), drives standards within businesses across the world in order to help improve performance and efficiency, reduce risks, and achieve sustainable growth.

 

Andy Hubbard, Director of Sales and Marketing at Camloc, explained the reason why Camloc made the transition at such an early stage and praised everyone involved for their tireless work in achieving and now maintaining the new 2015 standard.

 

“As a company, we have always bought into the importance of quality accreditation, so it was more a case of us embracing the new 2015 standard going forward. We are rightly proud of our world class manufacturing systems and processes and recognise the importance of having these and the new BS EN ISO 9001:2015 standard in place to help inform decisions and drive the business forward.”