What is ISO Certification?
WikiNorm defines ISO certification as the following:
“The abbreviation ’ISO’ stands for International Organization for Standardization. ISO is a series of international standards introduced in 1987 that define and structure a company’s management systems. These standards apply equally to all industries and require companies seeking certification to define how their systems meet the standards’ rigorous requirements. Meeting the standards assures customers that all vendor company activities – design, manufacturing, production, purchasing, quality control, packaging, handling, storage, shipping, and customer service – are appropriately managed and controlled.”
Many ISO-certified industries, such as automotive and manufacturing, require their suppliers to be ISO-certified as well.
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