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Aplicaciones Tecnológicas re-certifies its Quality Management System according to the new ISO 9001:2015 Standard

26/01/2018

APLICACIONES TECNOLÓGICAS, S.A. has managed to certify, once again, its Quality Management System based on the new UNE-EN ISO 9001:2015 Standard. The main objective of this standard is to demonstrate the capacity of the organization to provide quality products and services that meet the requirements of the client and the applicable regulations.

Aplicaciones Tecnológicas re-certifies its Quality Management System according to the new ISO 9001:2015 Standard    

In addition to the Certification, at Aplicaciones Tecnológicas we have updated our Quality Policy, which aligns with the new requirements and it marks the evolution of our certificate, which we have held for 20 years.

The highest priority of Aplicaciones Tecnológicas has always been to provide safe and innovative products and services with the best manufacturing quality that contemplate and even go further than the most demanding national and international standards, obtaining the best guarantee for our customers.

In this process of adaptation and obtaining the certificate granted by AENOR, we have paid special attention to the points that have changed with the new version of the Standard: adoption of the process-based approach; maximum prevention on risk management; modification of “client” terminology, which becomes an “interested party”; improvements in the planning and control of changes, etc.

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