MFI’s International, Mexico manufacturing subsidiary meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 and is effectively implemented. The system reinforces a rigid procedure to ensure quality of its services and products in its contract manufacturing and shelter services (administrative support services for Mexico manufacturing).
The ISO 9001: 2008 standard provides best practices to improve quality, efficiency and customer satisfaction through well established procedures that guarantees consistency in its services and products.
According to Lawrence Wollschlager, MFI’s Director of Operations “The implementation of ISO 9001:2008 is part of our strong commitment in delivering quality products and services in a consistent manner, to always meet our customer’s expectations”.
Some of the on-going benefits of operating under this Quality Management System will allow the company to:
• Be consistent in its production processes and its administrative support services
• Reduce pitfalls related to product and service quality
• Have a strong traceability system through proper documentation
• Prevent potential failures in quality of service and product
• Maintain customer focus.
Manufacturas y Servicios Internacionales, a subsidiary of MFI International, located in Juarez Mexico., earned the ISO 9001:2008 certification after passing an independent assessment conducted by BSI, an internationally recognized ISO standards auditor. The ISO 9001:2008 third party audits will be conducted every six months, certificate is valid for 3 years and re-certification assessment will be on 2014.
About MFI International
MFI International (mfiintl.com) has a proven track record of providing Competitive Crossborder Solutions over the last 30 years. It does so by providing complete package solutions to manufacturers in Mexico through its two divisions: contract manufacturing and shelter services (administrative support services for Mexico manufacturing). Its clients are in the automotive, consumer electronics, home furnishing, medical, military and made to order industries, amongst others.