BSI has officially awarded AeroGo, Inc. the ISO 9001:2015 certification. The certification is the result of a rigorous audit process to verify that AeroGo, Inc. is following the quality management systems (QMS) and standards as identified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The goal of the process is to ensure consistent and standardized processes across all of AeroGo’s manufacturing endeavors to assure customer satisfaction with AeroGo manufactured products. Rick Ruelle, Director of Customer Service and Compliance for AeroGo stated, “We have been working through the ISO 9001 requirements steadily in order to raise our already high standards. The ISO 9001:2015 award signals a significant enhancement of the effectiveness of processes in all areas and a milestone in the company’s focus on continuous improvement.”
ISO is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards. The benefits of international standards according to the ISO website is that ‘products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality. For business, they are strategic tools that reduce costs by minimizing waste and errors and increasing productivity.’ The ISO 9000 family of standards targets quality management to positively impact engineers, manufacturers, regulators, consumers, and end users. More information on ISO can be found at www.iso.org.
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AeroGo Inc. is honored to be the proud recipient of Seattle Business magazine’s award for Manufacturer of the Year, Small Business. AeroGo President John Massenburg accepted the award at the banquet April 26th at the Museum of Flight. During his acceptance speech, Mr. Massenburg stated, “I am so proud of AeroGo and our employees. This award solidifies our 50 year history as a U.S. manufacturer of high quality products, and our impact on industries around the world.” Seattle Business magazine editor Leslie Helm stated that ‘The awards are given to companies with innovative products who find ways to boost their competitiveness through improved manufacturing processes and effective marketing.” Paul Jakse, Vice President of Sales, and Steve Paige, Chief Financial Officer accompanied Mr. Massenburg onstage to accept the award on behalf of AeroGo.