DECRA Roofing Systems, Achieves ISO 9001:2008 Certifcation
CORONA, Calif. - DECRA Roofing Systems, Inc., the leading manufacturer of stone coated steel roofing panels, announced that the company recently achieved a quality milestone by earning ISO 9001:2008 certifications. ISO 9001:2008, published on Nov. 14, 2008 is the latest edition of the International Standard. DECRA Roofing Systems’ quality systems have been continuously maintained and reviewed since 1993 when the company’s Corona facility was first certified to ISO 9001:1997; in 2003 DECRA certified to ISO 9001:2000.
DECRA Roofing Systems is committed to providing customers with quality stone coated steel roofing systems that are used in a variety of residential and commercial applications. “Our goal is to support our customers by providing an upscale, quality product that will provide them incremental profits in a very competitive environment,” said President and CEO, Bo Hudson. “Maintaining these manufacturing standards - while providing outstanding sales and marketing support - will enable DECRA to continue leading the way in the stone coated steel market.”
The International Organization for Standards (ISO) is the largest developer and publisher of international standards worldwide. The ISO 9000 series of standards give organizations an opportunity to show added value in their activities, and continually improve their performance by focusing on major processes, and by monitoring those areas for continual improvement. As a result, product end-users are benefited by achieved business results, including overall customer satisfaction.
DECRA Roofing Systems have been providing ageless beauty, superior performance and lasting durability for over 50 years. DECRA profiles are backed by a 50-year limited warranty, a 120 mph wind warranty, are Class 4 impact resistant, and steel is a non-combustible, Class A rated material. For more information, visit www.decra.com.