Management & Operations

MAN Engines receives ISO certification

Posted on March 29, 2007

MAN Engines & Components Inc. (MEC) was recently certified by COTECNA Quality Resources Inc. to conform to ISO 9001:2000 in its quality management system. MEC's scope of registration is to include import, preparation and distribution of marine and industrial diesel engines and spare parts including warranty and training services; and the manufacturing and distribution of transit bus axles. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) develops international standards to improve customer service. ISO 9000 is primarily concerned with quality management requirements in business-to-business dealings. Certified organizations must fulfill the customer's quality requirements and applicable regulatory requirements. MAN Engines & Components Inc. is a division of the MAN Group, a European manufacturer of machinery and vehicles. Its core segments include commercial vehicles, diesel engines, turbomachines and industrial services.

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