A UST PRESS RELEASE
16 September 2014
Contact: David Wightman
Watervliet, NY – Utility Systems Technologies, Inc. (UST), a leading power-conditioning products design and manufacturing company, has received ISO 9001:2008 certification from the Performance Review Institute, a certification organization accredited by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB).
Internationally recognized as the quality-management standard, ISO 9001:2008 is awarded to companies whose products meet rigorous quality-assurance and regulatory criteria. It also sets exacting standards for ensuring customer satisfaction, product improvement and production efficiency.
“Our power conditioning products address some of the world’s most challenging power issues,” says Mark Degeneffe, UST’s production manager. “The ISO quality-management system gives us a strict set of standards to ensure that we continually meet customer needs and improve product quality and processes.”
UST’s scope of registration covers the design and manufacture of industrial, commercial and residential grade power conditioners and voltage regulators.
Dr. Robert Degeneff, UST’s president and CEO, said the company’s ISO 9001:2008 certification is a testament to its commitment to customers, process and continual improvement.
“We have always worked diligently to understand and meet customer and marketplace needs and expectations,” says Degeneff. “This certification provides the tools we need to continually ensure, measure and track UST’s high levels of performance well into the future.”
For more information, contact David Wightman, UST’s director of sales and marketing, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 326-4142.
Utility Systems Technologies, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company. Certificate Registration No. 14-2136. Click here to view our certificate.
Utility Systems Technologies, Inc. (UST) is a world-leading designer and manufacturer of electronic voltage control and power-conditioning products. UST’s products are in use worldwide at hospitals, factories, refineries, embassies, data centers and other critical facilities, mitigating the risk of damaging electrical surges, sags and swells, bridging brownouts, and providing a safe connection to the local grid.