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Kodak Polychrome Graphics Facility Completes ISO 9001 Process

Thursday, February 08, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Columbus, Georgia - 2/8/01 - After a rigorous 18-month examination and review of all internal procedures and systems, Kodak Polychrome Graphics’ plate production facility in Columbus, Georgia has earned ISO 9001 certification. The Columbus plant manufactures lithographic printing plates that supply customers throughout North and South America. The International Organization for Standardization’s ISO 9001 is the most comprehensive of the internationally respected ISO standards. It applies to industries involved in the design and development, manufacturing, installation and servicing of products or services. "Quality is all about having good people and good systems," notes John S. Robinson, Senior Vice President, Manufacturing and Product Supply, Kodak Polychrome Graphics. "In both products and service we always looks for ways to better fulfill our customers' needs and expectations. Kodak Polychrome Graphics is dedicated to documented quality control systems." To maintain ISO 9001 certification, audits will be conducted at the Columbus facility every six months. Audits examine the documents and records that make up the quality system, and the way the people in the organization work and the knowledge they have about the operation of the quality system.




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