BAP Earns ISO 9001:2015 and 13485:2016 Certifications

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Beaumont Advanced Processing (BAP) has earned ISO 9001:2015 and 13485:2016 Certifications. Edward L. Maschmeier, Associate Vice President of SRI Quality System Registrar, noted that these certifications “provide evidence to customers, suppliers, employees, and their community of their commitment to producing a quality product (service) and providing customer satisfaction”

BAP is already recognized as a company with rigorous standards for its products and services, as well as its employees – 82% of its workforce are degreed engineers. These certifications further BAP’s dedication to maintaining their high standards and surpassing their customer’s expectations.

“Our customers can be assured that we utilize a quality system that will drive consistency and customer satisfaction,” said Eric Bowersox, Lab Manager. “Achieving an externally certified accreditation to these globally recognized standards serves as risk mitigation for any customers looking to improve their current supply chain.”

The process to achieve these certifications was nearly a two-year commitment, intersected with a massive expansion. BAP underwent the extensive ISO evaluation process while managing their move to a new lab with nearly four-times their previous operational footprint.

“Our entire team is proud of this achievement,” added Bowersox. “It was absolutely a group effort, and we are looking forward to exploring the many additional doors that these certifications will open for us.”

Beaumont Advanced Processing provides injection molding and material characterization services, including test specimen molding and Therma-flo™ software, to the plastic injection molding industry.

Founded by John Beaumont, the Beaumont Family of Companies, including Beaumont Advanced Processing, Beaumont Technologies, Beaumont Development, and the American Injection Molding Institute, exists with the mission of revolutionizing the plastic injection molding industry. We service OEMs, tool shops, material suppliers, and nearly all other companies involved in the development or manufacture of injection molded plastic parts.