UK Office Direct one of the UKs leading online retailers of office supplies, furniture and industrial supply products, is proud to announce that their quality management system has been certified to ISO 9001:2008 standards through IMSM Limited. This achievement is an important milestone as it brings the company another step closer to its corporate goals. The company aims to provide a superior customer experience with quality products and excellent customer services through a process of continual improvement.
"During the process of becoming ISO 9001:2008 certified, we strongly believe that UK Office Direct, as a company, has gained in value." states Michael Griffin, Managing Director "Our employees have put forth a tremendous effort in becoming familiar with the ISO requirements as well as the commitment and dedication shown in the comprehensive review of our quality systems."
The quality system, as defined by the ISO certification, will enable UK Office Direct to provide customers added value in their customer services. UK Office Direct is progressing strongly with a culture of continuous improvement.
UK Office Directs ISO 9001:2008 accreditation number is CA11346; anyone wanting further information regarding UK Office Directs work with ISO should contact Jane Williams, Office Manager.
Visit the UK Office Direct website at http://www.ukofficedirect.co.uk
About UK Office Direct Ltd
UK Office Direct Ltd is one of the UK’s leading online suppliers of office supplies, stationery, business machines and office furniture. We offer a superb standard of service and customer care, to customers from the private individual to large corporations, we give the best value for money and a professional service tailored to your specific requirements.
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is the world’s largest developer and publisher of International Standards. ISO is a network of the national standards institutes of some 159 countries, with a Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, that coordinates the system. More than 100 of ISO’s members are from developing countries. ISO has more than 18, 000 International Standards in its current portfolio. ISO’s work programme ranges from standards for traditional activities, such as agriculture and construction, through mechanical engineering, manufacturing and distribution, to transport, medical devices, the environment, safety, information and communication technologies, and to standards for good practice and for services. ISO launches the development of new standards in response to the sectors that express a clearly established need for them.