Entegris' Gaylord, Minnesota Facility Receives ISO 9001 Certification

Date: 18 September 2001
Source: Entegris
The materials integrity management company, today announced that its Gaylord, Minnesota facility has received ISO 9001 certification.

This certification was received from SGS International Certification Services.

"The ISO 9001 standard serves as the foundation for Entegris' Quality System," says Jim Dauwalter, Entegris CEO. "Receiving this certification is a result of the employee dedication to ensuring we utilize processes allowing us to meet our customers' stringent expectations for protecting and transporting their critical materials. It is our intention to have ISO 9000 certification for all major Entegris facilities around the world."

Entegris' Gaylord facility serves as a center of excellence for manufacturing fluid handling products including blowmolded and rotomolded chemical containers for the protection and transport of ultrapure, corrosive chemicals.

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Date: 18 September 2001
Source: Entegris

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