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CRP Industries Awarded ISO 9001:2008 Certification

The certificate, which was awarded by TUV Rhineland of North America Inc. (Boxborough, Mass.) applies to CRP Industries’ “Distribution of Automotive Replacement Parts, High-Speed Motors for the Woodworking Industry and Industrial Hoses.”

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CRANBURY, N.J. — CRP Industries Inc. has been awarded re-certification for the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Standard. The certification is the result of an extensive and stringent audit of the warehouse and distribution procedures at CRP’s Fremont, Calif., and Cranbury, N.J., facilities, according to the company.

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The announcement was made by Daniel Schildge, CRP president/CEO, who said, “This ISO 9001:2008 certification gives our customers an independent measure of the reliability of our quality systems and procedures at all of our facilities, and lets them know that we are committed to consistent process improvement and continued performance excellence.”

The certificate, which was awarded by TUV Rhineland of North America Inc. (Boxborough, Mass.) applies to CRP Industries’ “Distribution of Automotive Replacement Parts, High-Speed Motors for the Woodworking Industry and Industrial Hoses.”

Daniel Schildge also noted, “In today’s competitive marketplace, it is vital to fulfill customers’ needs, not only by producing high-quality products and services, but also by demonstrating the quality systems and process in place that will ensure the consistency of those products and services. The certification we’ve received reflects the enormous commitment and the effort put forth by all the members of our team."

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CRP Industries has been in business for more than  50 years and is a NAFTA market industry leader providing thousands of products from leading European and Asian brands to the automotive parts and industrial products industries in North America. In addition to Cranbury, N.J., CRP also operates office facilities and warehouses in Fremont, Calif.; Mississauga, Ontario; and Puebla, Mexico.

For more information, visit www.crpindustries.com.

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