The certification process took six weeks and included approval for Module H of the Recreational Craft Directive 94/25/EC, which relates to the fabrication of diesel fuel tanks to CE standards.
“In order to produce the finest products and become a highly valued partner to the most prestigious names in the industry, we have to be meeting the highest quality standards and achieving ISO 9001 in such a short timeframe is testament to our commitment to that goal,” commented Michelle Davies, general manager for CJR Fabrication.
A £500,000 investment has allowed production to move to a larger facility, with the procurement of new equipment. This has led to a surge in business and new orders, according to the company.
“Regardless of whether it relates to project management, manufacturing or customer service, the processes we have in place ensure that we are constantly reviewing and improving our customer experience", added Mark Russell, CJR’s group managing director. "If we feel a new piece of equipment, software or training will improve our offering and provide greater value, we want to have it because we want to be the best. When this approach is embedded across the business, everyone understands the impact of their actions and you can create a really engaging environment where every member of the team knows how important they are and wants to drive improvements.”
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