San Carlos, CA (PRWEB) July 9, 2009
International Process Solutions, (IPS) based in San Carlos, California, a leader in providing calibration and equipment maintenance service to the biotech and pharmaceutical industries announced today that it has achieved ISO /IEC 17025:2005 accreditation in the field of calibration. International Process Solutions' scope of accreditation includes parameters in electromagnetic, thermodynamic and dimensional measurement.
Accreditation to ISO 17025 establishes that measurements within an organization's scope of accreditation are traceable to the International System of Units, (SI), that measurement uncertainty is defined for those measurements and that the organization's quality systems conform to ISO:9001.
"Our accreditation confirms that we are very serious about the field of measurement," said Thomas Main, President of International Process Solutions. "As the only company in the Western United States that can provide ISO 17025 traceable calibration of GE Kaye Validators, IRTDs SIMs and RH instruments, this will bring enormous added value to the region's biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries."
International Process Solutions was founded in 1997 to provide a superior, focused approach for the support of equipment - providing equipment focused cGMP support for the biotech, pharmaceutical and medical device industries.
The company's services include on-site calibration, maintenance, document generation and validation. IPS understands the requirements from the pre-clinical start-up, to the established, worldwide producer of FDA approved products, including OEMs that require a skilled and capable field service representative. IPS guarantees that all work is carried out by personnel who understand cGMP, procedural and documentation requirements, and last but not least, who understand the criticality of timeliness. The founders of International Process Solutions bring together unique skills enabling field support for a broad range of equipment.
Thomas Main, CEO
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