May 10 2016
Why ISO Certification is Important
The International Organization for Standardization develops specifications for products, services, systems and procedures by which they can measure their level of excellence. The ISO is an independent organization, but their membership of over 160 national standards bodies contains such a high level of expertise that their publications influence government regulations in America and abroad. The purpose of standardization is to streamline production in the varying industries, to ensure the consistency and safety of products, and the promotion of global collaboration and compatibility. Custom metal fabrication is one such industry, one that has experienced undeniable technological, economic and societal benefits as a result of standardization. A company cannot be considered truly standardized until it has earned its ISO Certification.