Pittsburgh Plastics Mfg Inc - ISO 13485 Certified

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PPM has been awarded an ISO 13485:2003 Management System Certificate which will make it able to provide a higher level of quality management for the production & development of medical products.

ISO 13485:2003

"The ISO 13485:2003 certification validates the commitment that PPM has had to quality throughout the years."

SRI Quality System Registrar is pleased to announce that it has recently awarded an ISO 13485:2003 Management System Certificate to Pittsburgh Plastics Mfg., Inc., located in Butler, PA, for the design and manufacture of advanced polymer devices for medical, footcare, safety, athletic & industrial markets.

According to A. Joseph Falcsik, SRI's Vice President, Certification: "We are pleased to acknowledge that PPM has demonstrated effective implementation of a management system. ISO 13485:2003 certification provides evidence to customers, suppliers, employees and their community of their commitment to producing a quality product and providing customer satisfaction."

Pittsburgh Plastics' Ian Cummings, Chief Engineer, noted: "The ISO 13485:2003 certification validates the commitment to quality that PPM has had throughout the years. We are excited about the new opportunities that this certification will allow us in the development and manufacturing of medical devices."

ISO 13485:2003 is processed-based; certification recognizes organizations that can link business objectives with operating effectiveness. Companies that achieve Management System Certification to ISO 13485:2003 have demonstrated effective implementation of documentation and records management, top management's commitment to their customers, establishment of clear policy, good planning and implementation, good resource management, efficient process control and measurement and analysis.

Pittsburgh Plastics Mfg., Inc. is a contract manufacturer of custom cushioning solutions for the footcare, medical, safety, industrial and athletic markets. PPM utilizes a variety of proprietary materials including polyurethanes, TPEs, silicones, foams and hydrogels.

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