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New Hampshire Company receives ISO certification
Nashua, N.H. – W.H. Bagshaw Company, the oldest pin manufacturer in the United States, has received ISO 9001:2000 certification from IQNet and CMI, members of the International Certification Network.
ISO (The International Organization for Standardization) is the world’s largest developer of standards. ISO 9000 certification assures a company satisfies ISO standards for customer service, quality and satisfaction.
“W.H. Bagshaw is the oldest pin manufacturer in the United States. Since we opened the doors in 1870, we have been a leader in customer service and satisfaction. Having the official stamp of IQNet and CMI with our ISO 9001:2000 certification assures our customers of our superior work,” says fifth generation owner, Aaron Bagshaw.
W.H. Bagshaw’s commitment to customer service and satisfaction is encompassed in the company’s quality policy objectives, which include manufacturing pointed, non-pointed wire products and CNC machined parts and pinned assemblies to correct specifications; meeting customers’ delivery requests while striving for zero defect performance; helping our customers attain the highest quality products available in the world; and providing competitive prices through continuous improvement and the reductions of waste, while providing world-class service with a family business feel.
W.H. Bagshaw recently received “Outstanding Supplier” honors from Briggs and Stratton Corporation; the world’s largest producer of air cooled gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment. Briggs and Stratton awards the Outstanding Supplier honor to companies with superior products. Cynthia Holland, Supplier Quality Engineer at Briggs and Stratton cited W.H. Bagshaw for having zero parts per million defects for the 2006 fiscal year.