“Quality” can be an overused word.
It’s completely subjective, for starters. One person’s or organization’s definition of quality can completely differ from another’s. The term is fungible, at best.
In the arena of steel bar bending and rolling, though, “quality” has to be absolute. The progress of entire projects depends on curved structural steel that is bent with total precision – in other words, done with extreme attention to quality.
We’re proud to say that Max Weiss Company’s construction metal forming processes have once again been recertified for complete quality control, as determined by an organization that the world looks to for such confirmations.
An audit determined that our “Rolling, Forming, Fabricating, Machining, of Custom Metal Components” meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2015, a well-respected set of standards that are applied to an incredibly diverse range of industries. Essentially, the certification means that an organization places tremendous emphasis on doing things correctly, time and time and time again. We’ve been certified for ISO 9001 since 2004.
“This standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement,” according to the ISO 9001:2015
You might have heard of ISO. The acronym is for International Organization for Standardization, an independent entity that basically sets the standards for planning, monitoring and recording that things are done correctly.
Easier said than done, though. Staying compliant with ISO rules involves never-ending diligence, whether for materials, personnel training, documentation or just daily operations. There are no shortcuts. Doing things right, over and over again, requires constant attention.
You have a right to expect this, though, in a structural steel bending service. Our commitment to quality is complete, just like our commitment to custom metal fabrication that meets your exact needs.
We have a certification for the former; the latter, we’ll keep proving to you.