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NuTec Tooling Systems Earns ISO9001:2015 Certification

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May 1, 2020

Meadville, PA – Building on a 35-year history of exceptional quality management, NuTec Tooling Systems joined over one million companies and organizations in over 170 countries becoming ISO 9001 Certified on April 4th, 2020.  Serving the medical device, pharmaceutical, plastics, and consumer goods markets, NuTec’s automation architects specialize in designing, building, and integrating assembly automation solutions for OEM’s and manufacturers of complex components.

The ISO9001:2015 certification process is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement,” explained NuTec Business Systems Manager, Thomas Rock who oversees implementation of the company’s quality initiatives.

According to Bruce Courtney, Managing Director at NuTec, “by becoming certified our customers will now have even greater confidence that they will get consistent, high-quality products and service that meet a global standard.”

NuTec Tooling Systems | Tessy Plastics

Founded in 1983, NuTec today is now Tessy Plastics but is doing business as NuTec Tooling Systems after being acquired by Tessy Plastics in 2019. This new chapter in the company’s history has strengthened the company’s market position in providing state-of-the-art custom design and build-to-print automated solutions. Born from an idea linking back to the famous Talon Zipper, NuTec was founded with a commitment to provide the best quality and service possible which it has done for customers worldwide from day one.

To learn more about NuTec Tooling Systems, visit nuteccustomautomation.com

For more information, contact:

Thomas Rock
NuTec Tooling Systems
18114 Research Drive, Meadville, PA 16335
(814) 724-6336

Bruce Courtney
Experienced professional with 30+ years working in creative technical fields. From my post-college years installing windmills in the mid-west (I affectionately call my Don Quixote years) through starting on the drafting boards at a Fortune 1,000 company, I have strived to provide unique out-of-the-box designs. This aptitude, coupled with leadership opportunities has led me down a wonderful path of challenging work.

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