ISO Continues Setting Standards In Multiple Industries
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Unitech Composites began in 1979 as a manufacturer of various commercial and industrial products. Its commitment to excellence led to a nomination for Entrepreneur of the Year in 1993. Unitech ...

Unitech Composites began in 1979 as a manufacturer of various commercial and industrial products. Its commitment to excellence led to a nomination for Entrepreneur of the Year in 1993. Unitech Composites provides services in engineering and design, assembly and bonding, program management, and much more, all while meeting ISO standards 9001:2008 and AS9100:2009.

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  • 1.  Unitech Composites began in 1979 as a manufacturer of various commercial and industrial products. Its commitment to excellence led to a nomination for Entrepreneur of the Year in 1993. Unitech Composites provides services in engineering and design, assembly and bonding, program management, and much more, all while meeting ISO standards 9001:2008 and AS9100:2009.
  • 2.  The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) began in 1947, and is now the world’s largest developer of standards for a variety of products and businesses. The services provided by ISO help facilitate international trade, while also assisting multiple industries in achieving fairer and more efficient business models. In the last 66 years, ISO has published nearly 20,000 revisions for standards on everything from agriculture to healthcare programs.
  • 3.  Because of the company’s extensive, international nature, ISO is constantly in the news. Most recently ISO has applied Japanese standards for robotic nursing care to the international market. The announcement comes as no surprise, as the assistive robotics industry is almost exclusively located in Japan. In the same week ISO published new standards for sustainable purchasing, displaying the organization’s diversity.