Nearly 70 PMA, NTMA and Women in Manufacturing members traveled to Washington D.C., April 17-18, 1018, to participate in the 10th annual One Voice Legislative Conference. Among those attending the conference was Goshen Stamping’s president, Eric Kus. These manufacturing leaders visited 120 congressional offices to share the industry’s views with elected representatives and their staffs on key issues, including workforce development and the steel and aluminum tariffs.
Goshen, Indiana. (Nov. 5, 2017) – Goshen Stamping, LLC announced the successful completion of its International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 audit.. The audit’s objective is to set international requirements for quality management systems.
The audit was performed by SAI Global on September 20th through the 22nd, and Goshen Stamping passed the most recent version of the audit with zero non-conformances, the best result possible. The internationally recognized ISO 9001 standard is applicable to any manufacturing or service industry.
“This certification confirms that our quality management system consistently ensures outstanding products that meet or exceed our customers’ needs.” said Randy Kamp, Quality Manager for Goshen Stamping. “Our team is incredibly proud to be recognized for our exemplary safety record and continuous improvements to our processes.” added company President, Eric Kus.
According to ISO, achieving 9001:2015 certification means that an organization has demonstrated the following:
• Customer focus
• Innovation of people
• Systematic approach to management
• Continual improvement
• Factual approach to decision-making
• Mutually beneficial supplier relations
The newest version of the ISO 9001 certification contains key updates including an emphasis on risk-based thinking to enhance the application of the process approach, improved applicability for services and increased leadership requirements.
Eric Kus, President of Goshen Stamping, LLC participated in the Precision Metalworking Association “One Voice” program in Washington DC on May 2nd and 3rd 2017.
This is an opportunity to meet with various congressional representatives to present our legislative priorities. Primary focus was training and educational support programs for the metal working industry, tax reform and international trade agreements.
Eric met with Indiana Senators Joe Donnelly and Todd Young and Congressmen Jim Banks, Luke Messer, Todd Rokita, Trey Hollingsworth and congresswoman Jackie Walorski.
It was a very productive group and meeting and we were able to voice our ideas and concerns to our representatives in person.
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