The Differences Between an ISO manufacturing facility and those that do not have that Certification
March 20, 2023
Donna M. Skolnick
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The differences between an ISO manufacturing facility and those that do not have that certification.
Casa Bella Outdoor Kitchen Cabinetry is made, here in the USA, in an ISO manufacturing facility. Let me explain why this is important for buyers of our outdoor kitchen products.
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a non-governmental organization that develops and publishes standards for various industries, including manufacturing. ISO certification for manufacturing facilities demonstrates that a company has implemented a quality management system that meets international standards.
The differences between an ISO certified manufacturing facility and those that do not have that certification can be significant. According to an article in Harvard Business Review, ISO certification can provide a range of benefits to a company, including improved efficiency, reduced costs, and increased customer satisfaction. For example, the article states that companies that implement an ISO quality management system can reduce their defect rates by up to 50%.
ISO certification can also enhance a company's reputation and help it to attract new customers. In a survey cited by the HBR article, 75% of respondents said that they preferred to do business with ISO certified companies. ISO certification can also help companies to comply with regulatory requirements and improve their relationships with suppliers.
ISO certification for manufacturing facilities can provide significant benefits, including improved efficiency, reduced costs, and increased customer satisfaction.
- Pizza oven
- Outdoor dining
- Outdoor living
- Custom design
- Outdoor appliances
- Stainless steel
- Natural gas
- Warming drawer
- Beverage center
- Ice maker
- Outdoor sink
- Outdoor refrigerator
- Outdoor storage
- Built-in Kitchen