Non-Profit Organization First in Region to Obtain ISO 9001 Certification
August 09, 2011 | UNIVERSITY COMMUNICATIONS
Congressman Silvestre Reyes will recognize Xceed Resources (http://www.xceedresources.org) as the First Non-Profit to obtain ISO 9001 certification. Xceed Resources was able to achieve ISO 9001 certification with the assistance and support of TMAC - Paso del Norte, one of seven regional offices throughout Texas. ISO 9001 certification assures customers and clients that Xceed's quality management systems provide consistent and reliable products and services.
The award ceremony will take place on August 10, 2011 at 10:30 am at Xceed's location on 5310 El Paso Drive.
Xceed Resources is the first non-profit community mental health and mental retardation center to receive ISO 9001 certification.
Xceed Resources provides packaging, inspecting and reworking services to a range of commercial customers. Xceed also produces a highway cable delineators and meal kits for sale to the general public. In addition to manufacturing, Xceed provides grounds maintenance and landscaping services. Contracts include a large number of the highways and easements in El Paso, City of El Paso parks and a number of private firms.
TMAC (http://www.tmac.org), funded by the National institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - Manufacturing Extension Partnership, The University of Texas at El Paso and area industry, provides technical assistance to improve competitiveness and productivity of area manufacturers. The Research Institute for Manufacturing & Engineering Systems (RIMES) at College of Engineering is host for TMAC Paso del Norte.
For questions about TMAC and the Research Institute for Manufacturing & Engineering Systems (RIMES) please contact hector Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org or 747-6381.
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